Christ Episcopal Church, built in 1888, is Richardsonian Romanesque architecture with Gothic features - pointed arches over the doorways, large front window and openings in the bell tower. The bell tower rises 120 feet and houses one eighteen-hundred pound bell cast in Troy, New York.
The church's steeple was re-roofed this past year in copper cladding, basking here in the early morning sunlight.
Photo captured August 24, 2013.
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