If you leave US Highway 117 which runs north out of Wilmington and take a lightly traveled side road in Pender County, you will come across St. Peter and St. Paul Russian Orthodox Church. This is the first Russian Orthodox Church built in North Carolina (an Eastern Orthodox church was built in Asheville in the late 1800's) and it was built by Ukrainian immigrants in 1932 who came to work on nearby vegetable farms.
Today the congregation is down to four (as of a 2007 article, so it may be that there are no congregants now) and the church has been put on a historic building endangered list.
But someone is taking care of at least the outside. Although the grass was a little long, the bushes were neatly trimmed and, as you can see, the building itself looks in good shape.
The cornerstone. I couldn't find a translation from the Russian to English, so I will just have to leave it as such without any comment.