Circular Congregational Church

Circular Congregational Church

Charleston, South Carolina

‘Constructed circa 1892, this is the third church to be constructed on this site and is a National Historic Landmark.  meeting Street was named for the original building, White Meeting House, built prior to 1865.  However, it was the second meetinghouse, a circular structure designed by Charleston’s own architect Robert Mills, that gave the church it’s name.  One monument from the 17th century still remains in the city’s oldest graveyard located here.’

Church website – click here

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