Architecturally the most ambitious of the three churches, this frame building, now clad in artificial siding, has a spired corner tower. The rudimentary Gothic Revival details include triangular-headed windows and doors. Like its Baptist counterpart, Branch Mountain Church has an adjoining cemetery.
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Branch Mountain United Methodist Church
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