Home Forum Gallery Members Todays Posts

Kingston Presbyterian Church Rating: None

South Carolina Attractions / Landmarks / Places > Conway Email This Bookmark Print
Completed in 1858, the Kingston Presbyterian Church is a historic site in the city of Conway, South Carolina. It is mostly noted for being an excellent example of antebellum Greek Revival ecclesiastical architecture.

The Kingston Presbyterian Church is named after the community of Kingston, which is the former name of Conway. The name was chosen in honor of King George II when it was opened for settlers in 1735. It was partially renovated in 1930 when its original weatherboard sheathing was covered with stucco. In 1958, an additional building was constructed in the site.

The Kingston Presbyterian Church is listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2009. The listing also included the additional building, which is a brick educational structure.
Edit Article

Kingston Presbyterian Church Pictures Add Picture

Kingston Presbyterian Church Videos Add Video