1 1/2 story frame church with long, steeply pitched gable roof, Gothic arch
windows and prominent belfry; grounds include Rectory and new Parish Hall.
Fine example of late Victorian ecclesiastical architecture with Gothic-and
Stick-style decorative elements; originally served local black Catholic
community; an established visual feature. Holy Family Church was built to
serve the local Black Catholic community of then rural Woodmore and
Mitchellville. It is a fine example of late Victorian ecclesiastical
architecture with Gothic and stick style decorative elements. Built in 1890
by parishioners, mostly local black tenant farmers, Holy Family is a front
gabled frame church.