What I love about this landmark is that the instant you walk onto the property you feel the need to whisper.
There is just something sacred about this church surrounded by huge old oak trees.
And more than once when I have visited the old church tears have come to my eyes as I read the gravestones of it’s members.
To think of the hardships of the people who lived and worked this beautiful wild coastland.
The church was originally built in 1757 and burned twice, once by the British army and once by Union soldiers.
Both times it was burned the community came together and rebuilt it.
And you see, to me, this landmark is a great example of southern history.
The South has been beaten down throughout our countries history, but has rebuilt with indescribable fervor.
And that great Southern spirit still lives on today.