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If the door is open, pop in. This church is Simply Beautiful or beautiful in it's simplicity. I believe the next closest French Huguenot Church is in Ireland. I looked at a hymnal to find some songs in French. I'm glad I was able to...More
Stunning French Huguenot church in Charleston. Gothic revival style. Located in French quarter.
Built in 1844 and designed by architect Edward Brickell White, it is the oldest Gothic Revival church in South Carolina, and has been designated a National Historic Landmark and listed on the...More
This isn’t the prettiest church in Charleston, but it is the most-accessible! Most are now locked up tighter than Fort Knox after the tragedy at Emanuel A.M.E., but the French Huguenot Church is open daily with welcoming volunteers like Etienne telling the history of their...More
The French Huguenot Church is a very old and ornate church. The history of the church and some of it's previous members can be found written all over the church walls with plaques.
The service itself was very short (35 min at most), and was...More
This was our 2nd visit to Charleston and we were lucky enough to find the church open and volunteers telling the history of the church and answering questions. We enjoyed looking around inside this unusual historic building. There are plaques in memory of famous Huguenots...More
This is a beautiful and very unusual church. The Gothic Revival style along with the black contrasting color is visually stunning. The church is located in downtown Charleston diagonally across the street from The Dock Theatre. It's hard to miss!
Our walking tour with the...More
This Congregation is a gem. Welcoming and personable. The service is Liturgical that was written by the Reformer John Calvin. Pastor limits his sermons to no longer than 20 minutes. You'll get a clear picture of Christ here. The history and the building are fascinating...More