This church was founded in 1879 and closed down by it’s presbyter in 2011. If you would like to know more about it and the former community of Clio it was a part of, see my article on Clio, NC, and the sources I used for it.
This church is now private property, with the owners living directly next door, within easy view of the church. There are also several other houses nearby where neighbors can easily see you.
At the time of this post, there is a massive bee hive in one of the walls, and the bees tend to be all around the building’s exterior.
In short, enjoy the pictures, but please don’t go there yourself.
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