Corinth Baptist Church

302 North Herndon ST

Union, SC 29379

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Phone: (864) 427-2728

City: Union

Region: Midlands

Corinth Baptist Church

This was the first African-American congregation to be established in Union around 1883. The members first worshipped in the Old Union Methodist Church before constructing the present structure in 1894. The church is a late 19th century interpretation of vernacular architecture of the period and region and has been altered over the years. Listed in the National Register of Historic Places.

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