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We only went to the graveyard. It is very interesting with graves dating back to the 1600. Many old ones are hard to read but it looked like some have been restored. The history is amazing to read on the gravestones.
we went past on two tours and received the history. You can walk through the grave yard which also has an interesting history. We did not go inside, not sure if you can but go see it on a walking tour and get the history.
This morning I am walking to visit The Circular Congregational Church graveyard because it has a lot of history – Charles Towne's original settlers founded this protestant, or dissenting, church about 1681. The graveyard of Circular church is likely the oldest English burial ground still...More
This church and the cemetery that is next to it brings you back to a time and place of early American life in the area. The tomb stones are dated to before, during and after the civil war. This part of a great historical vacation...More
In 1681 members were referred to as "dissenters" as they would not adhere the the Anglican Church in England or here in the colonies. The members included English Congregationalists, French Huguenots and Scottish Presbyterians. African-Americans both free and enslaved were included in the flock. The...More
Came here for a funeral.My wife's Uncle had been a member for 75 years. This is a very old and historical place with a graveyard beyond imagination .The Architecture of this church and surrounding buildings really requires more time than I Spent, but what I...More
I have been to a couple of events that took place at the Circular church. It is beautiful, and certainly very unusual with the seating inside making a semi-circle and so forth. Would love to attend a service there sometime.