114 Commerce Blvd
Lancaster, SC 29720
Phone: (803) 283-1188
Fax: (803) 286-1028
The eminent First Presbyterian Church in Rock Hill was constructed in 1894. Primly sited at 234 E. Main Street, it is a historic Presbyterian Church building. It is spread over 1.8 acres (0.73 hectares) of land area. The church building and structure is a fine representation of the Late Victorian style of architecture. The historically significant Church is also listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The Sunday school, worship services, Bible study and various other programs are vital initiatives striven by the church.
Also known as 'The Gateway To South Carolina', Rock Hill is perched upon the waters of the Catawba River, and can trace its origins back to 1852. This city has a zero tolerance level towards racism as can be seen by the signboards which read "no room for racism." Come-See-Me is a famous festival held each spring which brings in visitors from all across the country. Rock Hill also offers a lot of dining options to discerning foodies along with a sufficient number of museums and heritage buildings.