Bethel AME Church, Georgetown
The first pastor of this c. 1865 church was Rev. Augustus Z. Carr. The present church building, constructed in 1882 of wood, is located approximately 100 feet from the original site. In 1908, the building was substantially remodeled and took its current appearance. The brick Gothic Revival building features two square crenellated towers on the front and gothic-arched window and door openings. Included in the Georgetown Historic District.
KEYWORDS: NATIONAL REGISTER, GEORGETOWN COUNTY, GULLAH GEECHEE CULTURAL HERITAGE CORRIDOR