Hermon Presbyterian Church

446 Dave Lyle BLVD

Rock Hill, SC 29731

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Phone: (803) 327-6015

City: Rock Hill

Region: Midlands

Hermon Presbyterian Church

First organized in 1869, this congregation began with 41 African Americans who wanted to establish a church of their own. By the 1890s, the congregation had grown enough to construct a permanent place of worship. The church was completed in 1903 through the efforts of the congregation. The brick building is dominated by a three-story bell tower on its right corner.

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