The walls of the interior are original tongue-in-groove slats withe the boards running horizontally. The floor is original as are the pews and the pulpit.
There are stained glass windows along the side walls, each telling a different story from the Bible. Those were donated by and named for individual members of the congregation.
The Choir loft is slightly elevated with back lighting provided by the beautiful stained glass window. There is also a little pump organ that is original to the church. Church history says that in the past, a not uncommon sight was the of Miss Gertrude Brightwell playing on a hot summer day while Mr. W. S. McGaughey stood beside her waving a large palmetto fan as he led the singing.
The alcove off of the main sanctuary provides a meeting place of spirituality and quiet solitude.
A comfortable relic of the past.
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