Historic Round Hill church seeks funds for update
The small congregation has contributed about $15,000 to update facilities and install indoor plumbing.
More is needed, and Pastor David Sweet appeals for help in any way.
The one-story brick building is noted for its field-stone foundation, brick structure and historic mural on the interior wall of the church.
Donors can learn more at the church's website, http://www.ketoctinchurch.com.
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