This simple frame church, now covered with artificial siding, replaces an 1836 structure located nearer the courthouse. The Gothicarched doorway centering the facade and the belfry are original features. Inside, a 1954 mural by H. G. Jorgenson decorates the baptistery. One of the best of the regional Appalachian baptistery paintings, it depicts a Biblical landscape with the River Jordan flowing between rocky hills down to the pool.
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Elizabeth Baptist Church
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