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Evidently this church WAS circular at one time and has been rebuilt in a partial circular design. We did not go inside the church but spent about an hour walking in the old cemetery. Definitely worth a stop if you are in the area.
Circular Congregational Church is very unique because of its shape. The structure of the building has several cylindrical parts creating the roundness. The cemetery is interesting as well. When on Meeting Street go check it out.
This rustic red brick church has architecture that is not typical of Southern churches. It was built in the late 1800s on the site where a circular church had stood until it was destroyed by fire in the mid-1800s. Although the present church has retained...More
We worshiped here while on vacation in Charleston. The service was spiritual- the sermon gave us something to think about later. They offered a tour of the historic graveyard, which we found interesting.
We walked through the graveyard surrounding the Circular Congregational Church inspecting the various headstones. It is rewarding to see a collaboration between the infamous architectural college and the church to refurbish the decaying headstones. Some of the headstones date back to the early 1800s while...More