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Baptist Church, Sault Ste Marie, MI

February 13, 2018

There is an admirable foursquare, Roger Williams kind of quality to this church on the Sault strait separating Ontario with the Upper Peninsula of Michigan. Built of red brick (just because the postcard says the brick is red, don’t necessarily believe it), the church is far more modest than, say, Central Methodist, built of the local red stone, probably granite. I like especially the “freight train” linking of auditorium up front, followed by Sunday school, and then the parsonage picking up the rear.

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