Comfort Suites at Isle of Palms Connector
1130 Hungryneck Blvd.
Mount Pleasant, SC 29464
Phone: (843) 216-0004
Fax: (843) 216-8811
This middle school for 6th to 8th graders was originally meant only for the blacks, founded by Cornelia Hancock in 1816. It's a preparatory school and is full of activities that the students excel at besides being equally particular about academics. Laing Middle School boasts of a long list of achievements by its present and former students, in sports, music as well as academics.
The Christ Church located at Mount Pleasant is a worship center of living together. The church believes in gathering people from neighboring communities and celebrates the miracles of God and what the Christ has done for his people. The mission of this church is to worship, honor, glory and love God and teach the people the Word of God
Located on the Whilden Street, St. Andrew's Anglican Church opens its doors for the followers of Jesus Christ. The church is home to the St. Andrew's congregation which hosts various religious events from time to time. The church's history dates back to the middle of the 19th Century, when it was housed inside a wooden structure, which can still be found at the site. Today, the worship and prayer service on Sundays take place inside a charming stucco structure, which is also accessible for those on wheelchair. Visit their website to know more.
Surrounded by lush landscape and old oaks, the Family Circle Tennis Center on Daniel Island is host to the Family Circle Cup. Located along the banks of the Wando River, this 17 court complex includes 13 composition and four hard surface courts. One of them can seat 10,000 fans! Around the courts there is a handsome two-story clubhouse with an expansive pro shop, cherry-wood floors, locker rooms and a small fitness room. Although it looks like a private club, it is, in fact, a public facility, open to all. So you can schedule a tennis vacation and get instructed on the perfect serve. And when you're not hitting those forehands, seize the opportunity to explore the historic and cultural nuances around Charleston.
Dating back to August 1995, the Providence Baptist Church is the first-of-its-kind congregation in the city of Providence. Following the religion with complete faith is what the Church preaches; and this is done by means of holding regular prayer services, Sunday school, youth gatherings, missions and other community services. The Church is also an active member of the Cooperative Baptist Fellowship.
Located in Mt. Pleasant suburb of Charleston, St. Benedict Catholic Church is a local church. It has various groups like high school groups and youth groups that come together and be a part of fun and educational activities. Through various events and functions, the church tries to imbibe the message of Lord and community feeling amongst one and all. For more details, check website.
Charleston Cooks! Maverick Kitchen Store is a culinary hub in its namesake city. This one-stop shop covers all your cooking essentials with an inventory of utensils, gadgets and kitchen appliances on sale. Peruse their shelves for everything from baking paraphernalia and saute pans, to Santoku knives, tongs and cutlery. Frequent visitors include budding and professional chefs, as well as the food lover next door. Exchange notes, share recipes and tips, and browse through their cookbook selection. They also organize workshops in basic skills and various cuisines that are also unique ideas for your next birthday or to celebrate an anniversary with your loved ones.
Owing to the huge population of French merchants, this area was dubbed as the French Quarter. This district features several historical buildings, a few art spaces and dining establishments too. Added to the U.S. National Register of Historic Places, Pink House Tavern, Dock Street Theatre and French Huguenot Church are few of the many important landmarks of this section.
Located at the oldest street of South Carolina, and well known as one of the most important structures, the South Carolina National Bank of Charleston is a historic bank structure. The bank was known as the only bank that provided international bank services. The bank looked stunning in it's exterior architectural design and is a great place to visit. The bank was listed on the register of National Historic Places in 1973.
Since 1680, St. Philip's Episcopal Church has been spreading the teachings of the Bible along with faith and love among its patrons. For better outreach the church has formed a number of ministries. It has a special arrangement for women that is "Women of St. Philip's - Episcopal Church Women"—an organization which aims at bringing a better understanding among women.
In 1681, a group of persecuted French Huguenots left France and established a community in Charleston, but a series of fires burned the churches they built. The 1845 Gothic Revival structure that exists today is the only independent Huguenot church in America. It features an original Baroque tone pipe organ used during services. The organ was rescued from being shipped to New York in 1865 by Confederate soldiers who had dismantled it. Today it welcomes visitors of all faiths to tour the church, the grounds and its historic cemetery. In the spring, the church holds an annual mass in French.
An arena which has facilities for many sports like basketball, racquetball, volleyball and badminton. With an excellent hardwood floored basketball court, it is named after Head Men's Basketball Coach John Kresse. The arena has hosted many major tournaments and is buzzing with matches in many seasons. So do catch up with the latest basketball games in South Carolina.