Although it has been re-sided in recent years, this Georgian Revival frame church still resembles a New England meetinghouse with its clean, simple lines. A pedimented double door protected by a tetrastyle Tuscan portico leads into the sanctuary. A tower with several stages culminates in a simple spire.
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Coalwood Community United Methodist Church
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