This Methodist church is an example of the Gothic Revival in stone, with a corner entrance tower. The Gothic arches of the entrance rest on a decorated horizontal band of finely carved stone, and the arches in turn are supported by inset columns. The eaves of the tower's spire roof are interrupted by wall gables that contain stone pointed arches that extend up from the lower louvers.
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First Methodist Episcopal Church
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