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Richland/Lexington County


Richland County: As of the 2016, the population was 409,549, making it the second-most populous county in South Carolina, behind only Greenville County. The county seat and largest city is Columbia, the state capital. The county was founded in 1785.


Lexington County: As of the 2016 population estimate was 286,186. Its county seat and largest town is Lexington. The county was created in 1785. Its name commemorates the Battle of Lexington in the American Revolutionary War.


Batesburg-Leesville

First Baptist, Batesburg-Leesville
St. John UMC, Batesburg-Leesville
St. Paul Episcopal, Batesburg-Leesville church website
Wittenberg Lutheran, Batesburg-Leesville church website


Cayce

Transfiguration Lutheran, Cayce church website


Chapin

Mt. Horeb Lutheran, Chapin church website
St. Peter's, Chapin church website


Columbia

Ascension Lutheran, Columbia church website
Church of the Apostles (Anglican),Columbia church website
Centennial ARP, Columbia church website
Christ The King Lutheran, Columbia church website
Christus Victor Lutheran, Columbia church website
College Place UMC, Columbia church website
Columbia College, Columbia school website
Columbia College Practice Room, Columbia school website
Eastminster Presbyterian, Columbia church website
Ebenezer Lutheran, Columbia church website
Ebenezer Lutheran Chapel, Columbia church website
First Baptist Church, Columbia church website
First A.R. Presbyterian, Columbia church website
First A.R. Presbyterian Chapel, Columbia church website
Forest Lake Presbyterian, Columbia church website
Good Shepherd (Episcopal), Columbia church website
Good Shepherd Lutheran, Columbia church website
Patrick Hawkins Residence, Columbia
Heyward Street UMC, Columbia church website
Holy Trinity Lutheran (Missouri Synod) , Columbia church website
Incarnation Lutheran, Columbia church website
Lutheran Theological Southern Seminary, Columbia school website
Main Street UMC, Columbia church website
Northeast Presbyterian, Columbia church website
Park Street Baptist, Columbia church website
Redeemer Lutheran, Columbia church website
Reformation Lutheran, Columbia church website
Resurrection Lutheran, Columbia
Seven Oaks Presbyterian, Columbia church website
Shandon Presbyterian, Columbia church website
Shandon UMC, Columbia church website
St. Andrews Baptist, Columbia church website
St. Andrews Presbyterian, Columbia church website
St. Andrew's Lutheran, Columbia church website
St. David's Episcopal, Columbia church website
St. John's Episcopal, Columbia church website
St. Martin's-In-The-Fields Episcopal, Columbia church website
St. Paul's Lutheran, Columbia church website
St. Paul's Lutheran Choir Room, Columbia church website
Basilica of Saint Peter Catholic Church, Columbia church website
St. Timothy's Episcopal, Columbia church website
Trenholm Road UMC, Columbia church website
Trinity Episcopal Cathedral, Columbia church website
Trinity Lutheran, Columbia
Union UMC, Columbia church website
University of SC School of Music Recital Hall, Columbia school website
University of SC Rutledge Chapel, Columbia school website
University of SC School of Music Continuo Organ, Columbia school website
University of SC School of Music Practice Room 1, Columbia school website
University of SC School of Music Practice Room 2, Columbia school website
Virginia Wingard UMC, Columbia church website
Washington Street UMC, Columbia church website
Westminster Presbyterian, Columbia church website


Irmo

Riverland Hills Baptist, Irmo church website
Shady Grove UMC, Irmo church website
The Episcopal Church of St. Simon and St. Jude, Irmo church website


Lexington

Jim and Sarah Ingram Residence, Lexington
Nickey Riley Residence, Lexington
St. James Lutheran, Lexington church website
St. Stephen's Lutheran, Lexington church website


Swansea

Good Shepherd Lutheran, Swansea church website

West Columbia

Brookland Methodist, West Columbia church website
Emmanuel Lutheran, West Columbia
Mt. Hebron UMC, West Columbia church website
Mt. Hermon, West Columbia church website
Mt. Tabor Lutheran, West Columbia church website
Our Saviour Lutheran, West Columbia church website
St. David's Lutheran, West Columbia church website



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Calhoun County


Calhoun County: As of 2016 census, its population was 14,796, making it the third-least populous county in the state. The county seat is St. Matthews. Located in a rural area long devoted to cotton plantations, the county was formed in 1908 from portions of Lexington and Orangeburg counties. It is named for John C. Calhoun, the former U.S. Vice-President, Senator, Representative and cabinet member from South Carolina.


Lineberger Residence, Cameron
First Baptist, St. Matthews
St. Pauls UMC, St. Matthews church website
Resurrection Lutheran, Cameron church website

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Clarendon County


Clarendon County: As of 2016, its population was 33,951. Its county seat is Manning. This area was developed for lumber and mills, including textile mills. Clarendon County boasts one of the largest man-made lakes in the United States, Lake Marion, completed in 1941 as a New Deal project. It was planned as part of a national rural electrification initiative. Since the late 20th century, the dam's generation of hydroelectric power has also stimulated economic development and industry in the region. The County was founded in 1855.


St. Matthias' Church, Summerton church website


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Fairfield County


Fairfield County: As of 2016, its population was 22,653. Its county seat is Winnsboro. The County was founded in 1785. It is alleged that the county name originated from a statement made by General Cornwallis when he declared "How Fair These Fields" during the British occupation of the area in 1780-81. The house Cornwallis stayed in during the occupation is still standing.


Bethel A.R.P, Winnsboro church website
First UMC, Winnsboro church website
St. John's Episcopal, Winnsboro church website
Sion Presbyterian, Winnsboro church website


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Kershaw County


Kershaw County: As of 2016, its population was 64,097. The county seat and largest city is Camden. The county was created in 1791 from parts of Claremont, Lancaster, Fairfield, and Richland counties. It is named for Joseph Brevard Kershaw, an early settler and American Revolutionary War patriot. The county was founded in 1801.


First Baptist, Camden church website
Grace Episcopal, Camden church website
Lakeview Baptist, Camden
Liberty Hill Presbyterian, Liberty Hill church website
Lyttleton Street UMC, Camden church website
St. Timothy's Lutheran, Camden church website


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Newberry County


Newberry County: As of 2016 its population was 38,012. Its county seat is Newberry. The name is of unknown origin. The county was founded in 1785. Originally settled by yeomen farmers, in the nineteenth century numerous plantations were established for the cultivation of short-staple cotton. Its processing had been made profitable by invention of the cotton gin. Cotton was the primary crop grown in Newberry County before the American Civil War. Newberry was a trading town, and expanded with the arrival of the railroad in the early 1850s, which connected it to major towns and markets. Newberry College was established by the Lutheran Church in 1856.


Aveleigh Presbyterian, Newberry church website
Central UMC, Newberry church website
Newberry A.R.P., Newberry church website
Newberry College, Wiles Chapel, Newberry school website
Mt. Hermon, Peak
Redeemer Lutheran, Newberry church website
St. Luke's Episcopal, Newberry church website


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Orangeburg County


Orangeburg County: As of 2016, the population was 89,208. Its county seat is Orangeburg. The county was founded in 1769. The Pee Dee tribes (such as the Beaver Creek Indians and the Pee Dee Indian Nation of Beaver Creek) traditionally occupied land between the two forks of the Edisto River in Orangeburg County, and especially along Beaver Creek, as did their ancestors for thousands of years before European encounter. Their original language family was Siouan. English colonial accounts from the 18th century acknowledge the Pee Dee peoples in this area.


First Baptist, Orangeburg church website
First Presbyterian Church, Orangeburg church website
Orangeburg Lutheran, Orangeburg
St. Andrew's UMC, Orangeburg church website
St. Paul's UMC, Orangeburg church website
Trinity UMC, Orangeburg church website
Williams Chapel AME, Orangeburg church website


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Saluda County


Saluda County: As of 2016, the population was 20,053. Its county seat is Saluda. The county, named for the Saluda river, was formed from northern and eastern portions of Edgefield County in 1896.


Corinth Lutheran, Saluda


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Sumter County


Sumter County, SC, and its county seat, the City of Sumter, were named for Revolutionary War General Thomas Sumter (1734-1832), who was a resident of the area. As of 2016, the population was 107,480. The county was founded in 1800. In 1941, Shaw Air Force Base was established near Sumter, and it continues today as an active duty fighter base.


Aldersgate UMC, Sumter church website
Ascension Church, Hagood church website
Emmanuel UMC, Sumter church website
First Baptist, Sumter church website
First Presbyterian, Sumter church website
First Presbyterian Chapel, Sumter church website
Grace Baptist, Sumter church website
Church of the Holy Cross, Stateburg church website
Holy Comforter Episcopal, Sumter church website
St. Mark's UMC, Sumter church website
Trinity UMC, Sumter church website


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