Good Shepherd is a small frame country church at this crossroads location. It is Gothic Revival in its verticality and pointed-arched windows. But the front gable with returns that is repeated in the projecting front entrance is Greek Revival, as is the louvered bell tower that is pedimented on all four sides. A cemetery is beside the church.
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Good Shepherd Episcopal Church
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