This is the oldest church building in Charleston, but not the oldest congregation. What strikes me about this church are the original 1760’s boxed pews, and the incredible stained glass windows. One has approximately 2,000 individual pieces.
I’m trying to work my way through approximately 200 photographs of 3 National Historic Registry churches we visited last week. Several of the historical churches had open doors on the same day. By chance we were walking around. We did 3 and that was enough, after all I had to leave time for the graveyards.