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Unitarian Church in Charleston, Charleston

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The Unitarian Church in Charleston, home to a Unitarian Universalist congregation, is an historic church located at 4 Archdale Street in Charleston, South Carolina. It is the oldest Unitarian church in the South and the second oldest church building on the peninsula of Charleston.

The church has received Welcoming Congregation status from the Unitarian Universalist Association as well as Green Sanctuary certification. It is known in Charleston for its social justice activities.

The Unitarian Church in Charleston was declared a National Historic Landmark. in 1976. The church is open to the public for tours at designated times and hosts public concerts, lectures, and programs related to contemporary social and political issues. Visit the church’s website for details.

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  • Each time we walked past the narrow entrance on King Street the entrance gates were locked. On the last day of our Charleston visit the gates were open. Glory be! What a pleasant surprise right off... 
    Each time we walked past the narrow entrance on King Street the entrance gates were locked. On the last day of our Charleston visit the gates were open. Glory be! What a pleasant surprise right off...  more »
  • We toured the haunted Unitarian Church Graveyard. This haunted cemetery heart of the historic district is over 200 years old. It has at least 3 haunting souls that many have reported seeing. 
    We toured the haunted Unitarian Church Graveyard. This haunted cemetery heart of the historic district is over 200 years old. It has at least 3 haunting souls that many have reported seeing.  more »
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  • Church is beautiful inside and the Docents were very sweet and explained everything about the church and its history. The graveyard attached is also beautiful to walk through very peaceful area, only tough part is parking, you may have to walk a little but worth it.
  • Gothic revival church dating to 1787. Featuring stained glass windows and a fan ceiling. The Unitarian Church in Charleston, home to a Unitarian Universalist congregation, is an historic church located at 4 Archdale Street in Charleston, South Carolina. It is the oldest Unitarian church in the South and the second oldest church building on the peninsula of Charleston.

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