The Park (Christian Church) Skatepark
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The Park (Christian Church) Skatepark Hot


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City Melbourne
State Florida
Country United States
Continent North America

User submitted by antiskateshop

A bowl, a street area, and a positive christian attitude. We are a not for profit skatepark that uses religion to draw in the kids and in the same way we use skateboarding to draw in the kids so we can convert them to christianity and save their souls before other skateboarders have a chance to corrupt them. Come in on any sunday and sit through our service to get a free skateboarding session.

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3.0   (1)
 
 

kind of strange park

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3.0
Reviewed by antiskateshop - June 24, 2010
 

This park is owned by nonskaters who seem to have made it their life goal to convert skaters into christian skaters. The bowl is ok but the beams are at headsplitting level and it isn't very deep, great beginner bowl, the street area is a joke. Overpriced but on sundays it's free so that's cool, but you have to sit through a full on church sermon and watch kids get baptised in the river (not exaggerating at all)

 
 
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