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So I go on a run all the time. I'll pass through St. James Episcopal Church, St. Mary's Basillica Church or St. Thomas Preservation Hall. But sometimes I'll find churches that no one really talks about and get overlooked because they're on a busy street or we're just too busy with work.
Here are some that I've stopped and taken a second to take with my phone of churches in Wilmington.
Anderson Tabernacle Church, by God of Faith
This church is apparently going through a warrant. Not sure what for. But it was closed and reopened in February of this year, 2023. I love the symmetry of the building and the mid-hanging tree. I find it charming.
St. Paul's Episcopal Church
This is another church on the busy Market Street.
There are a few potential photo ops that one can do mostly on the side of the church with its steps and red doors, possibly in the front, but that can be a bit distracting since there's an endless number of people looking at you. Not the most discreet.
Temple Baptist Church
I really like the symmetry on this church with the columns and pointy steeple
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