The Grand Rapids architect of this building was active in producing designs for county courthouses and churches in the Midwest. His church in Clinton is a small, romantic, medieval pile. The street corner works around a round bay tower; at the opposite end of the recessed gabled facade is an octagonal tower. The lantern that stood at the peak of the highest roof is now gone, and metal-and-glass doors now provide entrance into the building.
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First United Methodist Church
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