We did not tour the church (there was no one there when we arrived) but viewed the photograph collection. I was very glad we did. The photographs are interesting in slice-of-life sort of way: family portraits, wedding pictures, children's pictures, adults' portraits, photos of gatherings at homes now lost to fire, photos of significant and everyday local events and the like. It was fascinating and gave me a great sense of what life in the area was like years ago. We were the only people there for most of the time, and therefore easily could move at our own pace, spending more or less time with each group of photos as our interests warranted. There is no cost, but there is a box for donations. I highly recommend a visit even if you have only a few minutes to spend.
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