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Letter: Irish Bottom Church

Marcus Pierce writes:
This church is much photographed. It's down in the Irish Bottom Community in Cumberland County. Not sure what denomination.

It's closed but everything is in its place if you peep through the windows and the glass is very old. Someone maintains the property.

Notice it has two doors. One for women to enter and one for men maybe. If the walls could speak it would tell about many souls saved, many sermons preached and many hymns sung.
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