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St. Matthew's Lutheran Church


category : Churches
The second Lutheran congregation organized in Charleston in 1840, primarily for German speaking settlers. The present Gothic building, with its 297-foot steeple, was erected in 1872 and was rebuilt following a devastating fire in 1965. Spectacular stained glass windows tell biblical stories.


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    Address: 405 King ST
    Charleston,SC 29403

    Phone: (843) 723-1611

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