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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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News & Events

Read the July 22 Sunday Spirit online

Espiritu Dominical Semana del 22 de Julio

 

 

Read the July 15 Sunday Spirit online

Espiritu Dominical Semana del 15 de Julio

 

 

Read the July 8 Sunday Spirit online

Espiritu Dominical Semana del 8 de Julio

 

 

 

 

 


 

The Episcopal Church is committed to welcoming the stranger and advocating for a humane and proportional immigration system. For more than a century The Episcopal Church has been engaged in the ministry of welcoming immigrants, walking with them as they begin their new lives in our communities and advocating for immigration policies that protect families from separation, offer meaningful access to citizenship, and respect the dignity of every human being.  

 

The web page link below offers resources for advocacy and action to support you as a champion for immigration, as well as educational resources for further learning on current policies and proposed legislation.

 https://advocacy.episcopalchurch.org/immigration?0

 

 

Our Summer Music Festival - escape the heat with some cool music this summer - primarily Sundays during our 10 a.m. Worship service. Click the link for details!

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What's happening at Holy Comforter this summer? Read the Summer flyer online to find out!

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Our online parish directory is here!

 

HoCo online—You can find information about our church and ministries on our website: www.holycomfortercharlotte.org. If you’re on Facebook, please “like” our church’s Facebook page, www.facebook.com/holycomfortercharlotte.Share our postings with your FB friends!  On Instagram, you can find us at: HolyComforterClt. La Escuelita Weekday School also is at www.facebook.com/LaEsWeekdaySchool/ --if you want to see what’s in store for fall, or if you have friends looking for a preschool, take a look!

 
Feed the Hungry! Did you know that Holy Comforter prepares and serves meals to the homeless and vulnerable twice a month? On first Fridays of the month, we serve at The Men's Shelter, 1210. N. Tryon Street, from 3:45-7:00 pm. On fourth Thursdays, we serve at the Charlotte Rescue Mission from 3:00 - 6:00 pm. Come when you can and leave when you must.  Culinary skills are not required; you just need the ability to follow directions from our great cook leaders!

assembled a taskforce of experts in public health and safety, disaster response, church programs and communications to sort through the information floating around about the Zika virus, and to create a resource that would help Episcopal churches in the United States to respond appropriately. - See more at: http://www.episcopalrelief.org/stories/what-you-can-do-four-key-prevention-messages-from-the-zika-taskforce#sthash.7wKilmMT.dpuf
assembled a taskforce of experts in public health and safety, disaster response, church programs and communications to sort through the information floating around about the Zika virus, and to create a resource that would help Episcopal churches in the United States to respond appropriately. - See more at: http://www.episcopalrelief.org/stories/what-you-can-do-four-key-prevention-messages-from-the-zika-taskforce#sthash.7wKilmMT.dpuf
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