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This beautiful historical church is incredible to visit on any day but especially for a Sunday service which is totally inclusive and prides itself of the free search for truth and meaning infused with a strong social justice engagement.
All of the churches of Charleston are amazing and graveyards are always a must in this city. I had the privilege of going on a Ghosts of Charleston (Buxton Books) tour. I visited this graveyard at night and learned an amazing history lesson, listened to...More
I have been here many times over the years and the history that surrounds t his place is simply wonderful. The graveyard (graveyards are on church grounds, cemeteries are not) is beautiful and I love how they let it grow wild in the summer and...More
This is a great area for great history. So much history on this street. I would recommend this area for a few hours just to see and look around. Church, old homes with famous Americans, just so full of things to see. I love Charleston!
The Unitarian Church in Charleston is easily accessible and well worth even a short visit. The cemetery is especially interesting. Don't miss this church during your visit of the many Charleston historical locations.
My son rented a air bnb place in Mt. Pleasanr and it was a 3 bedroom,one floor ranch home.Was very spacious and clean,sorry don't have exact location,but while I was vacationing the it seemed like no matter where you... More
My son rented a air bnb place in Mt. Pleasanr and it was a 3 bedroom,one floor ranch home.Was very spacious and clean,sorry don't have exact location,but while I was vacationing the it seemed like no matter where you stay,you will love this area.Both Charleston and Mt.Pleasant.