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Being of French Huguenot descent of those whom helped settle the New Paltz area of New York in the 1600's, I was really hoping to get a look at the interior of this church and explore a bit of its history for those that settled south. Alas, the gates to the grounds were locked, and the church closed. All I... 更多
We are Catholic but chose to attend a service during our recent visit to Charleston for the experience. The church is beautiful and the congregation is very friendly and spoke with our family (including 2 children) about our visit. A lot of really interesting history with this one. The service was in English. Great Experience for my family!
What a beautiful church with a wonderful Christmas eve service. There are so many churches in Charleston it was hard to choose but this was near our hotel and glad we chose it. The people were also very friendly and if I lived in Charleston, I would go to this church.
This is a great stop while in town. The history of the French Huguenots is fascinating and the church is very pretty. Lots of American Presidents were either Huguenots or were descended from Huguenots!
Visited the Huguenot Church on a walking tour of Charleston. It's such a historic church and you must see the arched cantilevered ceiling and the organ. The women in this church saved the organ during the war....it's an amazing story
On my walking tour we took a look inside this church. It has a lot of history and is being kept up for everyone. They are still active with services and activities. Go to: www.huguenot-church.org for more information.
I very much wanted to see the inside because I have several ancestors who were French Huguenots (arriving in Charleston about 1685) and some relatives buried on their grounds. We got a brief look inside (there was a seriously preppy wedding rehearsal, funny, I somehow didn't put the French Huguenots as particularly preppy!). But it was far too brief. It's... 更多
My daughter recently was married in the French Huguenot Church. It is a beautiful, quaint and historic church. The staff was great to work with as well.
One of my favorite stops in Charleston. The church is rich in history and beauty. We happened to be walking around town and decided to go in. we we're met by a sweet lady that attends the church, who took the time to tell us about the history that surrounds the church.
This old church is definitely worth a stop, as it is right in the middle of town and an easy walk from just about anywhere in central Charleston. What stained glass!