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

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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





Building a True Episcopal Youth Community Episcopal Youth Community (EYC) is far more than one meeting a week. It encompasses the wide range of activities engaged in by our youth – including Acolytes, Mission Trips, Pilgrimage, outreach, Sunday evenings, Confirmation and more! Here are just a few of our offerings for youth.

Youth Hour

Sunday morning Youth Hour continues this year in the Loft from 9:15-10:15 a.m. The Youth Hour is a time to dig deep through fun and formation. It offers an engaging program through learning the stories of our tradition, telling our own, and exploring how to make true-to-self decisions. All youth grades 6-12 are invited to join.

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Sunday night EYC returns on September 13th!  EYC is offered every Sunday night from 5:00-7:00 p.m. At EYC, youth build community through outreach, fun, formation, and breaking bread.


Pilgrimage and Mission Trip

On alternating years, eligible youth have the opportunity to participate in either a service trip or a pilgrimage journey of spiritual significance. In summer 2015, our youth journeyed to Quebec for Pilgrimage.



Confirmation is a mature, public affirmation of one’s baptism. Students generally become eligible for confirmation during high school. Preparation for confirmation is offered in Lent, and confirmations take place during the annual visit of one of the bishops of the diocese.


Additional opportunities for fellowship and service occur throughout the year and include lock-ins, Diocesan events and outreach.