YOU Are Welcome Here!

If you are looking for a church to call your own, we hope you will consider us! At the root of all we do is our desire to live out the Great Commandments of Jesus Christ: to love God, and to love our neighbors as ourselves. We hope what you see here will inspire you to visit.

Sundays: 8:00 & 10:30 am Worship (Holy Eucharist) – 12:30 pm La Misa in Spanish

Worship with us


Kids are at Home in God's House

God put the wiggle in your children – so there’s no need to suppress it here! We take Jesus’ charge to “let the children come to me” seriously. During the program year, we offer nursery for children under 3, Sunday School for younger kids, youth group for those in grades 6 – 12, and fun activities that build faith and fellowship year round.

Kids at HC


How to Find Us

We are located in the Dilworth area, close to Freedom Park.

2701 Park Road, Charlotte, NC 28209

704.332.4171 Phone, 704.332.5081 Fax




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No Episcopal Church stands by itself. Rather, each parish is part of a larger diocese, a grouping of Episcopal Churches in a geographic area. Each diocese is led by a bishop. In fact, the very word “episcopal” refers to this bishop-led structure of our church. shield.jpg


Holy Comforter is part of The Episcopal Diocese of North Carolina. Our bishop is the Right Reverend Sam Rodman, the twelfth bishop of our diocese. Our diocese, along with about 110 other dioceses across the United States and other areas, constitute The Episcopal Church in the USA. The Episcopal Church is headed by a presiding bishop, currently the Most Rev. Michael Curry (whom we are very proud to claim as the 11th bishop of The Episcopal Diocese of North Carolina!).


The Episcopal Church in the USA is one of nearly 40 independent national churches that together form the worldwide Anglican Communion. The spiritual leader of our Communion is the Archbishop of Canterbury, the leader of the Church of England and historic leader of Anglicanism across the world.


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