Woodstock Christian Church is reminiscent of medieval churches in Italy. The church is constructed of random-sized cut stone in various shades of gold and brown, which gives the walls an appealing ornamental quality. Massive stone buttresses support the walls. Highlighting the front gable is a rose window with Gothic tracery encircled by corbeled brick courses, and a low, projecting portico has a parapeted gable and pointed-arched doors. The small church lot is defined by a low stone wall topped with brick coping.
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Woodstock Christian Church
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