Southeast of Danburg, Wilkes County – Today’s old country church is a bit of a mystery! Situated at the intersection of two dirt roads, it’s the epitome of an old country church. Jones Chapel Church is abandoned, and I haven’t been able to find out much more about it. Missing part of the roof, I fear this one won’t be around for too long.
Once I made my way down a dirt road (with plenty of mud after all the rains!), I saw Jones Chapel Church. It looks to be built sometime around 1900 (and I’m calling it Jones Chapel Church, because that’s the name of the road its on). Seeing a door ajar, I wanted to see what remained of the church. It was a total surprise!
A video look around the church:
Walking in the church, it seems like it was just closed up one day, and that’s it. There are cushions on the pews, artificial flowers, etc. What happened? I haven’t been able to find out, and it is puzzling!
This one is a mystery to me. Glad I had the opportunity to see this church, as I fear this one may not be around all that long.
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