United States Freeze Church

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Joseph Becker

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The Freeze Community Church is a classic white clapboard church with a green roof and an adjoining cemetery. The church was built in 1899. Both the church and cemetery sit atop a small hill within a sparse grove of trees. The hill is surrounded on all sides by agricultural fields.

The Freeze Church formerly looked down on the town of Freeze, Idaho. The town was short lived, fading out after the Potlatch Lumber Company built a large mill south of Freeze at Potlatch in 1905. The Freeze post office burned down in 1907 and the store burned a year later. However, the church remained active until the 1980s. Church services started up again in 2000. The Freeze Community Church is on the National Register of Historic Places.

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