The Presbyterian Church is a small, gable-roofed building. Wood framed with beveled siding, the building has a square bell tower at one corner of the front, through which is the entrance. Triple windows ornament the gable front and exposed rafter ends and brackets in the gable enliven the roofline. A large addition to one side, constructed in 1979, gives the building its current L-plan.
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