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Cross Keys Methodist Episcopal Church
Cross Keys, Gloucester County



This 1870s era church strikes me as a beautifully-proportioned one, the product of a fine architectural sensitivity. Note, for example, the alignment of the extra-tall lancet windows and the small basement ones.
     I have no other information about the church or its congregation, although I noticed there was a very active daycare operation located in the adjacent parish hall on the day I made this image.

 

 

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