A tall, square, closed bell tower caps the entry bay of this white frame church, which was moved from the nearby townsite of Milton in 1885. The steep-pitched gable roof is covered in red metal, and shallow-arched wood moldings top the windows and doors. The church has modest additions on the north side.
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Community United Methodist Church
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