Situated adjacent to the Episcopal church (BA3), this gable-fronted brick church has an in antis Doric portico with tall fluted columns and a pediment clad with weather-boards. Flanking the portico are pairs of brick pilasters with wooden caps that march across the facade. In contrast to the church's Greek Revival front are its Federal round-arched windows and late-nineteenth-century square wooden belfry with decorative woodwork. The interior is simple and serene with a balcony at the front carried on two columns, a flat ceiling, a round arch marking the apse, and squares of lavender-colored glass in the windows.
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Warm Springs Presbyterian Church
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