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by  Natasha Lawrence

"Historic Freedman's Church"

Built in 1865 as the Civil War ended by freed slaves in a coastal vernacular architectural style, this African-American "Prayer House" was given other freed slaves. Located in the historic district of Beaufort, it was used as a church, meeting hall and community center. In addition to weekly worship services, visitors are welcome to tour the church and attend musical events and concerts held here. The Hallelujah Singers, a local Gullah group that sings spirituals, perform here. Church office hours can vary, so be sure to call for more information, visiting and tour hours. - Natasha Lawrence
601 New Street, Beaufort, SC, United States, 29902
"Historic Freedman's Church"
Built in 1865 as the Civil War ended by freed slaves in a coastal vernacular architectural style, this African-American "Prayer House" was given other freed slaves. Located in the historic district of Beaufort, it was used as a church, meeting hall and community center. In addition to weekly worship services, visitors are welcome to tour the church and attend musical events and concerts held here. The Hallelujah Singers, a local Gullah group that sings spirituals, perform here. Church office hours can vary, so be sure to call for more information, visiting and tour hours. - Natasha Lawrence
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