First United Methodist Church

311 E Main ST

Bennettsville, SC 29512

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Phone: (843) 479-3231

City: Bennettsville

Region: Midlands

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First United Methodist Church

The first Methodist meeting house in Marlboro County built in the 1780s was located at Beauty Spot two miles north of the present church. The first church on this site was completed in 1834 with a third being erected in 1871. The Renaissance architecture of the present brick church dates from 1900 and was renovated in 1955-56 and 2006.

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