Call Number

BX 9458 .C4 .H6x

Date of Publication

1845

Collection Size

1 bound volume; 24 pages

Restrictions

Open under the rules and regulations of the Louise Pettus Archives and Special Collections

Language

English

Historical Note

The French Protestant Church, also called the Huguenot Church is located at 136 Church Street in Charleston, S.C. The Gothic Revival church was built in 1844 and designed by Edward Brickell White. The congregation traces its origins to the 1680s and is the only independent Huguenot church in the U.S. Rev. Charles Wallace Howard, October 11, 1811-December 25, 1876, was called as pastor to re-organize the church and served from 1845 to 1850.

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Description

A Sermon, Delivered at the Re-opening and Dedication of the French Protestant Church of Charleston, S.C. on Sunday, the 11th Day of May, 1845 by the Rev. Charles Wallace Howard, Pastor of the Church relates the history of the French Protestant Church. There is also an Order of Divine Service that includes an ode written by Miss Mary E. Lee, the scripture used, the hymns, and the pages from the prayer book used in the service. This order of service includes both the morning and afternoon services.

Additional Notes

The title page is inscribed " Mrs. J. L. Snowden "

Provenance

Winthrop purchased the sermon from Schindler's on March 5, 1958 for $5.00.

Publisher

Burges & James, Printers

City

Charleston, S.C.

Keywords

French Protestant Church, Huguenots, Charleston SC, Church history

Disciplines

Christian Denominations and Sects | History of Christianity | Liturgy and Worship

A Sermon, Delivered at the Re-opening and Dedication of the French Protestant Church of Charleston, S.C.

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