The Rose Hill Missionary Baptist Church was organized before the Civil War, and is the oldest organized black Baptist congregation in Mississippi.
A man was sitting in a parked vehicle when I pulled in, and he lowered his window, looking expectantly at me as if to inquire why I was there. I stepped over to his window and said I had wanted to take a picture of the church, and would that be all right? He smiled and nodded. To be truthful, I didn't need permission to take the picture, but I probably did need permission to park in their space whilst I did my photography. I really need to start carrying my other two lenses with me on road trips. In crowded spaces, I am finding that I cannot get the view I really want with the limitations of the area. I settled for taking my usual variety of angles, details, and the "best possible under the circumstances" overall shot.
1912 Moller Pipe Organ.