LPC Church Building built in 1996.
Lowcountry Presbyterian Church occupies slightly less than nine wooded acres on the northwest corner of US 278 and Simmonsville Road in greater Bluffton. The two main structures are the Sanctuary which was opened in 2000 and the Fellowship Hall which served as our original church when we began in 1993.
The Sanctuary building accommodates about 350 people for worship services. There is also a children’s Sunday School room and a nursery for toddlers and infants. The Parlor offers a comfortable home-like setting for small group meetings and a secluded area for families and guests attending events, such as weddings and funerals. The administrative and pastors’ offices are also located in this building. There is ample parking on our property and both buildings are fully accessible.
Fellowship Hall is a separate building on our campus, consisting of multiple rooms, a stage with a piano, audio-visual equipment, a full-service kitchen, bathrooms, and two showers.
It functions as a multi-use activities building for the benefit of the LPC congregation, and many community nonprofit and service organizations. Some examples are adult Christian Education classes, Bible studies, and fellowship events. Some of the organizations that use Fellowship Hall on a regular basis are Alcoholics Anonymous, Family Promise of Beaufort County, Greater Federation of Women’s Clubs of SC, Hospice of the Lowcountry, visiting mission teams, NAMI, Neighborhood Outreach Connection (NOC), and more. We also share our facilities with other congregations and faiths to provide a quality place of worship for all, such as Temple Osheh Shalom and Iglesia Centro Victoria
Fellowship Hall is undergoing a major renovation. Please visit the Capital Improvements page for more details.