Sandlapper
The Magazine of South Carolina

South Carolina in Pictures
"Churches"

Virtually every denomination is represented in the Palmetto State, and our church roots are as old as the earliest settlements. Historic structures and spirited services provide the soul of the state.

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Edisto Island Church

PHOTO BY JANICE S. SAULS
SPRING 1998 ISSUE

 

St. Andrews Chapel in Barnwell, South Carolina's oldest Catholic Church building (1831)

PHOTO BY DuBOSE BLAKENEY IV
SPRING 1993 ISSUE

 

The Episcopal Church of Nativity, Union, circa 1845

PHOTO BY DICKY TROTTER
AUTUMN 1994 ISSUE

 

 

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The B.J. Scott Gospel Choir in Beaufort

PHOTO BY JANICE S. SAULS
SPRING 1999 ISSUE

 

First African Baptist Church in Beaufort--the first church to be built by freed slaves in South Carolina

PHOTO BY DICKY TROTTER
SUMMER 1994 ISSUE

 

The steeple of St. Michael's Church rising above the Charleston skyline

PHOTO BY MICHAEL FOSTER
AUTUMN 1997 ISSUE

 

 

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