Mont Clare Community Center – Darlington, South Carolina
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This cabin-style structure in the Mont Clare hamlet of Darlington was built in 1933 with cypress logs by resident volunteers. The Mont Clare Mission Church laid its foundation in the area when a new bride settled here in 1893 and desired a local church. The Mission officially organized in 1913 as a nondenominational congregation and held Sunday school and worship in a local school house until this community center was built.
After the construction of the center, the congregation met here until its brick church was built next door in 1960. The church then moved into its new home and became Mont Clare Baptist, a Southern Baptist-affiliated church. The community center sits beside it amidst the pine trees and hosts various community meetings, including school groups and other church organizations.
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Address: 1632 Mont Clare Road, Darlington, SC 29540
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