United Methodist Church

This majestic United Methodist Church is one of the rare examples of the Romanesque Revival style of architecture. Built in 1844 as a Greek Revival church, the building was enlarged and a new façade added in 1897. Inside of the historic church is a wealth of period detail, including soaring stained-glass windows, massive wooden pews and an antique organ. A choir loft overlooks the main sanctuary. After sitting abandoned for decades, the historic Methodist church was sold in September 2020. Efforts are currently underway to preserve and restore the property.

United Methodist Church

United Methodist Church

United Methodist Church

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United Methodist Church

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United Methodist Church

United Methodist Church

United Methodist Church

 

United Methodist Church

United Methodist Church

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6 comments

      1. I have been interested in this since i was a kid also i really want to get into this more its always intrigued me to know the details of what was once here .

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