Built about 1806, this small Greek Revival temple with graceful twin stairways and notable wrought-iron railings is a good example of Mills' ability to design a temple-style building that is stately in spite of its modest size.

Circular Congregational Church, Charleston, South Carolina
Circular Congregational Church and Parish House is a church in Charleston, South Carolina that was built in Richardsonian Romanesque style circa 1892 (the third on its site), and its Greek revival-style parish house built in about 1806... Ken Lund

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271460
National Register ID
73001683 view NRHP data
Article Title
Circular Congregational Church and Parish House

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Place ID
271460
Title
Circular Congregational Church and Parish House, Charleston, South Carolina
Date Added
October 8, 2013
Last Updated
May 7, 2022