Second Life Religion

Second Life is a virtual world launched in 2003 by Linden Labs. Individuals can create an avatar (personalized representation) of themselves as they become “residents” and explore this computer-generated world. As of 2011, there are over 20 million residents engaging in every form of social, economic, political, commerical, and religious life. 

2007 NBC Nightly News Report

Guided Tours of Spirituality in Second Life
Jeremy Nickel’s demonstrated navigation in Second Life while providing an overview of spiritual spaces in Second Life including a Unitarian Universalist church, a Roman Catholic church, a Mosque,  a Buddist Temple, and a Synagogue.

JayG provides description of various locations

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