Originally Congregational, this tall, lap-sided church, dressed up with vernacular Greek Revival trim, has an open belfry in a corner tower with the entrance in its base and a large, two-story rear addition for offices and classrooms. The steep gable roof crossing over the sanctuary is repeated in the tower.
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Yampa Bible Church
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