Similarities in materials and scale to the courthouse allow this Gothic Revival church to rest comfortably across from the courthouse. The principal entrance to the rough-faced stone church is through a substantial three-stage square corner tower that has an open belfry. The tower's corner piers and crenellations are echoed in a smaller entrance on the southeast. Between the two entrances is a large traceried pointed-arched stained glass window. The addition on the west side is sympathetic in style.
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First Presbyterian Church
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