Photo of the Week: Brandywine Baptist Church

Brandywine Baptist Church began as a Quaker meeting in 1692. The meeting became a Baptist congregation in the 1800s after followers of George Keith had a falling out with the Friends. The current stone building was erected in 1808. During WWI, the church was used as a hospital for wounded soldiers.

(Cards of this and other images are available from Barbara Moore Fine Art. Click here to see the collection.)


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