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Home to Green Co., KY: Ladies Chapel United Methodist



2013-07-28 - KY 88, Green Co., KY - Photo by Ed Waggener. Ladies Chapel United Methodist Church commands a highpoint on KY 88 west of Greensbrug, KY, and is one of the most familiar marking places along the scenic highway. The congregation was organized in 1856. The new brick sanctuary was built in 1970. A significant addition this year is the Eastern Red Cedar Cross, left of the entrance, added this year. At right Winfred Bonta, in blue, long time member of the church, recalls old times at the church with Bro. Bill Davenport, who grew up with the congregation in the church not far from his boyhood home a little north, in the Glenview Community.
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