Historic South Carolina Churches and Synagogues
Discover historic churches in Charleston, Greenville, Columbia and throughout SC
Nowhere are the events, faith and lives of South Carolina families better documented than in historic South Carolina churches, synagogues and cemeteries.
Visit such remarkable South Carolina churches and synagogues as the first separate African-American congregation established in the Palmetto State after the Civil War, the second oldest synagogue in the country, and the site of the “Mother Church of the Province” established in 1670 - known as the Lighthouse Church for the light that was placed in its steeple to help guide ships to port.
Use the search below to discover everything from historic 16th
century churches in Charleston
to the burial site of a captain during the War of 1812 in Jacksonboro.