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Keyport, Monmouth County
Baptist church is a traditional building—a fine adaptation of the
Wren-Gibbs plan popular in the state from the 1860s through the 1880s.
This large red brick church was erected in 1860 and appears to have
dodged any later renovations or rebuildings. It is in excellent condition,
judging by the exterior.