This typical small-town, gable-end Episcopal church with a modest gable-end vestibule, steeply pitched roof, and pointed-arch openings has a stucco finish that was probably done in the 1930s. This gives it an uncommon appearance for an Episcopal church. Several houses in town also are stuccoed.
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Christ Episcopal Church
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