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The church was established some time between 1803 and 1810. During the Civil War, church members were openly divided as "northern" members would hold service inside the church while "southern" members would stand outside or vice-versa.
The church was established in 1818 after years of mass ceremonies, baptisms, and other sacraments were administered in people's homes. During the Civil War, both the Union and Confederate soldiers used the original building for a fort and base hospital before Union soldiers completely destroyed it.
The church was established in March of 1861. During a service in April, Fort Sumter was fired upon and the church was given little opportunity to hold services as neighbors and families were divided during the Civil War.
The church was established in 1854 and served as a Civil War barracks, hospital, courtroom and place for worship of all denominations.