Centenary United Methodist Church

Centenary United Methodist Church is a historic Methodist church located in . The Gothic Revival building was completed in 1843. A simple brick building it was initially designed by John and Samuel Freeman before receiving a major expansion in the 1870s according to designs by Richmond architect Albert L.

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The is the primary daily newspaper in , the capital of and the primary newspaper of record for the state of Virginia.

Miller & Rhoads was a -based department store chain. is situated 520 feet east of Centenary United Methodist Church.

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is a historic YWCA building in . is situated 530 feet southwest of Centenary United Methodist Church. Photo: Morgan Riley, CC BY 3.0.

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is a historically African-American district in with a long tradition of African-American businesses. Photo: Morgan Riley, CC BY 3.0.

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