Partially hidden behind a convenience store in Mount Dora, Florida, this old church seems to be fading fast. Founded originally (1896) by African-American homesteaders from further north in Florida and Georgia, the church was rebuilt in 1926. Later, as a result of highway construction, the building was moved to its present location.
I read that it’s included on the National Register of Historic Places, but I haven’t been able to confirm the listing yet. There were photographs online taken about a year or so before my visit and it seemed in much better shape. From what I’ve read, there are only a handful of aging members of the church, and unfortunately it looks like the church is now frequented more by vagrants than the remaining members.