The renaissance of one of Harrison Countys oldest buildings has somehow been kept under the radaruntil now.
Perhaps better known for its original name, Endicott Meeting House, the members of Indian Creek Baptist Church have been hard at work restoring this historic building and the hope for its future.
The Endicott Meeting House history reports several initiatives in its years to maintain its survival. Long at last, the church is now focusing on its expansion and hope instead of merely seeking the means to keep the doors open.
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