On a wooden dock in a pond near Syracuse, New York, sits a teeny-tiny church. The pint-sized house of worship was built in 1989, is just three feet by six feet, and only has seating for two well acquainted God fearers.
There are no regular services, but Cross Island Chapel is available for special occasions, like a 1990 wedding in which guests had to sit in boats outdoors. But hey we say if you’re madly in love, a little bit tipsy, and want to have a weird-story for the grand kids, forgo the guest route and elope at this quaint little prayer house. Rumor has it that Verne Troyer is an ordained minister. Just saying…
Address: Sconondoa Road- Oneida, New York