This Gothic Revival small-scaled church is covered in vertical board-and-batten. The low tower with its spire and the low-pitched roof over the nave seem almost like twentieth-century versions of Gothic features. The gable wall adjacent to the corner entrance tower exhibits a pair of buttresses that help to give some traditional weight and substance to the building. The sanctuary within has a hammer beam ceiling.
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Saint Stephen's Episcopal Church
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