Uniontown Methodist Protestant Church was built in 1857. It is three bays wide by three bays deep and one story high. This brick building rests on a stone foundation and has a gabled roof. As was common for Methodist Protestant churches of the time, it was built with separate entrances for men and women. The entrances have double doors capped by a transom fitted with stained glass, with a stained glass window between the doors.
Archival Pigment Print on Hahnemuhle Harman Gloss Baryta - Digital Photography.