Mizpah Methodist Church

US 301

Bamberg, SC 29003

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Phone: (803) 245-4427

City: Bamberg

Region: Midlands

Mizpah Methodist Church

This church, which dates to 1856, survived burning by Union troops during the Civil War and is currently undergoing a restoration. It's located just off US 301 near the Allendale County line in what was once the town of Buford's Bridge. Mizpah Methodist Church is listed in the National Register of Historic Places.

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