443 Old Stage Road
City Directories and History: Built in the meeting house style, this building dates to 1822 but the congregation started in the 1790s.
Horn Creek Baptist Church., incorporated in 1790, is simple one room country church, has no electricity and remains essentially unchanged. Supported by field stone foundation piers, the church has wooden steps; two front doors hinged to fold in center; wide board floors and louver shutters. Door behind pulpit leads to creek for baptizing. Adjoining cemetery has excellent iron work including cast iron gate at Bettis plot with design of Palmetto tree flanked by lambs and roses. Wooden picket fence next to Bettis Plot surrounds field stone markers. (SC Dept. of Archives and History)
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IMAGE GALLERY via photographer Bill Segars – 2006