Old Pickens Presbyterian Church

SC Route 183

Salem, SC 29676


Phone: (864) 944-1303

City: Salem

Region: Mountains

Old Pickens Presbyterian Church

Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, this church/meeting house is the only building still standing on the site where the town of Pickens Courthouse was established in 1828. The meeting house- style brick church was built between 1849 and 1851. The interior contains plaster walls and the original pine floors and unpainted pews of poplar and pine. The adjacent cemetery has over 200 graves dating back to 1790.

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