Built for a Methodist congregation, this attractive small church was acquired by Episcopalians in 1912. The Arts and Crafts–influenced gable-fronted church is clad in wooden shingles and has a square corner tower. The church is situated amid a collection of good early-twentieth-century houses.
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St. Peter's Episcopal Church
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