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Sunday, November 23, 2014

Jordonia United Methodist Church

Jordonia United Methodist Church

Built around 1920, this church was nominated for an architectural award in 1975 by the Metro Nashville Historical Commission. The foundation is made of stone, while most of the exterior walls are covered in white clapboard. The upper half of the front facade is covered by a patterned shingling and 18 stained glass windows. This is a high and steep pitched standing seam tin roof with a bell tower and steeple.

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