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107 Years and Counting

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In late 1906 Louis Epler, a singing evangelist, held a meeting in the town hall of Mason City, NE. This meeting resulted in the organization of the Christian faith. 

Early 1907, the newly formed congregation began to erect a house of worship. On June 16, 1907, the church was dedicated by Secretary of State W.A. Baldwin. 

As congregation dwindled in the late 1920's, her doors were closed and the building sold. 

We proudly and lovingly restored her grace.  We said goodbye to our sweet little rental in Broken Bow and opened her doors as The French Table celebrating her 107th birthday on June 16, 2014.

Behind the name...

The makings of a sign - a sign that represents who we are - The French Table - all things beautiful...The French Table is not only the name we gave to our shop in 2011, but it signifies the original French Table in Custer County Nebraska where Belgian settlers once called home...the place I luckily [...]

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