Built by a German Methodist congregation to serve the Rosehill community west of Tom-ball, the white-painted wood building is an example of the Southern vernacular church, featuring a central steeple on its gabled front elevation above a pointed-arch entrance portal.
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Rose Hill United Methodist Church
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