Synagogue Emanu-El is lighting your way to Judaism.
The Jewish community of Charleston dates back to at least 1695 and in colonial times was the largest Jewish community in the country. As the 1st Conservative synagogue in South Carolina, founded in 1947, we are committed to fostering a community of learning and caring.
First (Scots) Presbyterian Church, since 1731 this diverse, vital, and growing congregation has served Jesus Christ and the world beyond our walls in Christ's name. WORSHIP, EDUCATION, MISSION, and FELLOWSHIP are the hallmarks of our ministry together, and there are ample opportunities for leadership and participation.
Kahal Kadosh Beth Elohim (KKBE) is more than just a house of worship. We are a vibrant, inclusive and caring congregational family. KKBE is committed to providing opportunities for practicing Reform Judaism in an atmosphere of serenity, warmth, mutual acceptance and historical significance. Founded
Morris Brown African Methodist Episcopal Church is a 3,000 member congregation with a rich tradition of Christian caring, community advocacy and action, and connectional involvement. The church is the largest in the Seventh Episcopal District of the African Methodist Episcopal Church, and is the first church of the Palmetto Annual Conference and the Mount Pleasant District.
Church of The Holy Communion, an avowedly Anglo-Catholic parish since its founding in 1848, is a part of the continuing Episcopal Church in South Carolina and is therefore in full communion with the Archbishop of Canterbury.
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