About First Presbyterian Church (Lonoke, Arkansas)
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The First Presbyterian Church is a historic church at 304 S. Center St. in downtown Lonoke, Arkansas. It is a single story brick building, with a gabled roof and concrete foundation. The brick is laid in running bond, and the gable ends are clad in shingles, but were originally finished in half-timbered stucco, in the Tudor Revival style. The church was built in 1919 to a design by architect John Parks Almand, and is the city's best example of ecclesiastical Tudor Revival architecture.
The building was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2004.