Kingston Presbyterian Church (Conway, South Carolina)

Kingston Presbyterian Church
Kingston Presbyterian Church, June 2010
Kingston Presbyterian Church (Conway, South Carolina)
Location 800 3rd Avenue, Conway, South Carolina
Coordinates

33°50′10″N 79°2′43″W / 33.83611°N 79.04528°W / 33.83611; -79.04528Coordinates: 33°50′10″N 79°2′43″W / 33.83611°N 79.04528°W / 33.83611; -79.04528

Area 1.6 acres (0.65 ha)
Built 1858, 1956
Architect Eaton, Otis; Charles C. Benton and Sons (Wilson, N.C.); Harper, Walter D.; Little, Henry Pyle
Architectural style Greek Revival, Colonial Revival
Governing body Private
NRHP Reference # 08000759[1][2]
Added to NRHP September 28, 2009

Kingston Presbyterian Church is a historic Presbyterian church located at Conway in Horry County, South Carolina.[3][4] The sanctuary was built in 1858 and is an outstanding example of antebellum Greek Revival ecclesiastical design. The three-bay façade features a portico set on square columns with recessed panels and square pilasters. It was originally sheathed with weatherboard, but was covered in stucco in 1930 when a stuccoed brick addition was added to the rear. Also on the property is a Colonial Revival style brick educational building built in 1956. It is co-located with the Kingston Presbyterian Church Cemetery, listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1986.[4]

It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2009.[2]

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External links

  • Kingston Presbyterian Church Conway, SC website


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