The church began as a Brush Arbor in the early 1800s. A Brush Arbor was a primitive shelter built for worship where no formal church existed. In 1835, a log structure was erected. It was replaced in 1882 with the current frame building. Unique to this site is a "mounting rock", used to assist ladies in mouting and dismounting their horses.
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