Lebanon Church Road
City Directories and History: “Lebanon Methodist Church was built in the Greek Revival Meeting House style. The 1834 building has a three-bay-wide facade in the “ABA” pattern. The two front doors are separated by a Palladian window with pilasters and a dentil cornice. The gable-roofed church is five bays deep with nine over nine (9/9) light windows.
Located in a scenic rural area, the church is an excellent example of a Greek Revival style meeting house.”
Information from: Historic Resources of the Lowcountry, The Lowcountry Council of Government, Cynthia C. Jenkins, Preservation Planner – Published, 1979
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IMAGE GALLERY via photographer Bill Segars – 2008