An Episcopal congregation built and maintains the town's oldest and finest church, a vernacular Gothic Revival edifice of stone with stained glass lancets and a rose window. The gable roofs of the new parish hall and office relate to the church, and a masonry wall ties the new and old together.
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Church of the Good Samaritan
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