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Ruther Glen, VA 22546
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Nicknamed as "the Mountain Road," the Montpelier Historic District consists of several residencies and landmarks that are regarded historic. Estates, dining and recreational spaces are great tourist attractions. This district is featured on the National Register of Historic Places.
Mangohick Church is a historic church in King William County of Virginia. The church building dates back to 1730 and is included in the National Register of Historic Places. The church continues to offer prayer services and is active in community as well as cultural events.
Massaponax Baptist Church was built in 1788, but owing to space constraints it was relocated to its current site in 1859. The church was put to use as an army headquarter-cum-hospital during the Civil War. Added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1991, this historical church is still functional and open to all visitors.
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The emergency department at HealthSouth treats chest pain, breathing difficulty and common injuries. Also at HealthSouth are facilities for hand surgery and rehabilitation, cardiac care and pain management. HealthSouth is a community leader in wellness education.
The Emmanuel Church at Brook Hill is a great example of the antebellum of the Gothic Revival. This church is a beautiful structure with the tower on one end, the church also includes two more structure that is the school and the cemetery. The church is said to be one of the last structures built before the Civil War could begin.
This beautiful church is located on the Lafayette Boulevard and its angelic white steeple makes it hard to miss. Spotswood Baptist Church is a church home for many families in the neighborhood and has been a place where people come together, interact and spread joy. The pastors here are highly revered, and their sermons are very insightful and interesting. The church's interiors are well furnished and the halls, which host various events, are spacious and well equipped. The alter's walls are adorned with stained glass windows that give a traditional touch to the place.
The Women's Pavilion provides birthing rooms and other non-traditional delivery options that appeal to many mothers-to-be. Cancer services, plastic surgery and reconstruction program, Heart Pavilion, perinatology and pediatric programs. The Virginia Transplant Center is located here and the hospital is well known for its oncology services.
Beth Israel is a small congregation, expanding impressively because of the active participation from families belonging to the Jewish faith who reside in the neighborhood. The institution believes in preserving the culture and traditions of the religion by disseminating Jewish values to young and old alike. The place organizes Torah Explorers Club, Youth Groups and even Hebrew classes for its members. In addition, festivals like Biblical Feasts, Purim, Sukkot, Shavuot and of course Hanukkah, are celebrated with great enthusiasm here. The place is located inside the Calvary Christian Church.
Spread over 1 acre (0.40 hectares) of land, The Emmanuel Episcopal Church is a beauty. Designed in it's Gothic Revival form, this red brick stone church conducts services twice a month. The greenery around is a delight to watch and a peaceful place to be at. The church also consists of a graveyard. The church was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1987 and still stands as beautiful as it was then.
Provides physical and cognitive rehabilitation. Customizes splints and orthontics, provides aquatic therapy and upper-extremity physical therapy among other rehabilitative services. Occupational health program for injured workers. Specializes in the treatment of patients with arthritis, chronic pain, joint replacement, strokes, brain injury and spinal cord injury.
A red-brick structure built in the Gothic-Revival style, Immanuel Episcopal Church can trace its beginnings back to 1853. The church is surrounded by the cemetery on three sides. Immanuel Episcopal Church was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1996.