The first Episcopal bishop of North Dakota was William D. Walker, who served from 1883 to 1897 and who conducted worship services for a time from an ingeniously outfitted railroad cathedral car. This Gothic Revival church is an especially well proportioned and finely crafted church of fieldstone. Its principal entrance is at the base of a tall square bell tower with an open belfry and a steeple positioned on the side wall of the nave. A rose window is placed within the shingled gable end of the steeply roofed sanctuary that is adorned by crosses at each end. The exterior wood trim is painted in deep green and red paint.
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Church of the Good Shepherd
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