If you’ve ever driven down NW 178th Street in Edmond, Oklahoma, then you’ve noticed an odd shaped church that has been sadly withering away since the 1980s. The church has become known as the “Tepee Church” due to its unique resemblance to an American Indian tepee.

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Hopewell Baptist Church is located at 5801 NW 178 Street, Edmond, Oklahoma, 73012.

If you would like more information on helping restore this church, you can visit their website here.

Another unique piece of architecture in Oklahoma that is sadly withering away is the 1920s abandoned Fairfax mansion. You can read more about it here.

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