The Church of the Cross in Bluffton, South Carolina was established in 1767. The building whose interior you see here, was completed and dedicated in July of 1857. In 1863, Sherman’s army marched into South Carolina burning much of Bluffton; the church was spared but the congregation fled and services were discontinued until 1870.
The church was been on the National Register of Historic Places since 1975 and is still in use today. You can read more about the church here.