Camp Welfare A.M.E. Church

6653 Camp Welfare RD

Winnsboro, SC 29180

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Phone: (803) 482-3501

City: Winnsboro

Region: Midlands

Camp Welfare A.M.E. Church

The church, like many in the South, was started after the Civil War as a brush arbor church. The annual religious and fellowship service or "camp meeting," is held in August.

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