We were in Charleston for a week. On our first day, on a walking tour, the guide recommended this church as a place to visit. We went back 4 times over the following 5 days but didn't find it open once, even when the 'we...More
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Beautiful building, and I loved the cemetery adjoining! Church has beautiful and interesting interior. (I am not familiar with catholic churches, so the interior may be pretty ordinary for that time period.) Nevertheless, it is beautiful. I enjoyed the plaque outside that says, "The only...More
Although faith is not about 'bricks and mortar', there is something majestic about worshiping our Lord in a beautiful, reverent space. This is it. We plan every visit to Charleston to include a Sunday morning so we can be here.
I did not visit inside the church but across the street was a nice historic cemetery with different types of head stones even ones with skulls and wings . There is some history to this cemetery where someone is buried without a head stone but...More
The church was not open the day we visited, but the large cemetery featured many interesting and historic graves.
The church and cemetery was closed that day we went. They were having VBS. I was able to admire it from the outside. I was able to see the markers that were closest to the fence. I will like to come back one day and...More
We were in town to do some research on ancestors. I have many buried in the cemetery here. The staff in the office was very helpful giving us the maps and books to find the graves. They set us up on a conference table, and...More
The steeple of this beautiful and well-maintained Episcopal Church can be seen from most parts of Charleston. Built before the Revolutionary War, it is a perfect example of church architecture from that period. The graveyard that surrounds the church is like a history book waiting...More