As sometimes happens with Episcopal churches, this building of randomly laid stone conveys a charming dollhouse scale. At the corner is a low tower with two arched openings giving entrance to an open porch; above, the stone walls have been carried upward, forming four piers that in turn form a tower with horizontal vents and a hipped roof. Above the low shed roofs that cover the side arches are the shingled walls of the clerestory with its own arched windows.
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