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Mount Holly Baptist Church
Mount Holly, Burlington County


One of the few surviving Greek Revival churches in the southern part of the state, this fine building was erected in 1843 and enlarged in 1866. It was recently sold to the Presbyterian church, who restored it and use it for church-related activities, their own church being but a couple of blocks away. The Baptists came to Mount Holly relatively late, in 1800.

 

 

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