Replacing a 1904 predecessor, the present church is a frame Gothic Revival structure that has the unusual distinction of being completely clad in pressed-metal siding designed to read as small, regularly sized blocks of rock-faced masonry. The interior of the church is quite plain with the exception of its decorative pressed-metal ceiling.
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Trinity Lutheran Church
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