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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

Worship with us

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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

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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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Feeding

Feeding is a year-round Outreach ministry at Holy Comforter, but it is a particular focus during the summer months, when the more than 50% of Charlotte Mecklenburg students are eligible for the free and reduced lunch program don't receive the nutritious meals they typically get in school.

 

Holy Comforter houses and supports a Loaves & Fishes Food Pantry on our campus–the only pantry in the area that is open 5 days a week. Volunteers from the congregation and our surrounding community pitch in to give neighbors in need a place to choose food for their families.

 

Once a year parishioners of all ages participate in meal packaging events, such as Rise Against Hunger, to be sent to families in areas of great need.

 

Once a month, volunteers serve dinner at the Men’s Shelter and at Charlotte Rescue Mission.

 

We partner with Episcopal Farmworkers Ministry in meeting some of the needs of those who do the difficult and often dangerous work of harvesting our food.  You can learn more about the conditions these workers experience by watching the film Harvest of Dignity, or in an excellent article from the Episcopal Church FoundationEste artículo está disponible en español aquí.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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