201 North Cleveland Street
City Directories and History: This fine church was constructed in 191-20 under the watchful eye of architect J. Carroll Johnson.
The Yorkville Enquirer on April 15, 1891 reported, “Bethel Presbytery meet and approved a petition for organization for a church in Kershaw.”
See PDF this page: GUIDE TO PRESBYTERIAN NAMES AND PLACES IN SC by J.B. Martin, III – 1989
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IMAGE GALLERY via photographer Bill Segars – 2007