EL Bethel UMC

3462 Catawba River

Chester, SC 29706

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Phone: (803) 789-6378

City: Chester

Region: Midlands

EL Bethel UMC

This church and cemetery dates to before the Civil War. Please call the church or the Chester County library (803-377-8145) for detailed directions and more information.

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