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One-time place of worship turned into cozy Jonesville home

Lisa Nieradka and her daughter Allie, 13, stand in front of a small church they call home on Main Street in Jonesville. The church was built in 1883.
Photographer: Peter R. Barber
Lisa Nieradka and her daughter Allie, 13, stand in front of a small church they call home on Main Street in Jonesville. The church was built in 1883.
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The altar and wooden pews have been gone for years, but the little white church on Main Street in Jonesville still serves as a sanctuary. “It’s very peaceful; truly it is,” said Lisa Nieradka, who lives in the refurbished building with her 13-year-old daughter, Allie. Yellow-green light still filters through the stained-glass window that once illuminated the pulpit and the soaring ceiling draws the eye toward heaven. Built in 1883, the Episcopal church was known ...

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