Church of The Holy Communion, an avowedly Anglo-Catholic parish since its founding in 1848, is a part of the continuing Episcopal Church in South Carolina and is therefore in full communion with the Archbishop of Canterbury. Our local (interim) Bishop is Charles vonRosenberg, by whose graciousness we also have a spiritual relationship with the Anglo-Catholic diocese of Springfield, Illinois, and their Bishop, Daniel Martins.
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We at Church of the Holy Communion are grateful for our relationships with others in Christ that are larger than our divisions. We remain a part of the Episcopal Church, in spite of its blemishes and imperfections, because we do not wish to further break the Body, and because we value an official connection with the Archbishop of Canterbury. But we have friends in so many places. We are grateful to Holy Trinity, Charleston for the invitation to join our youth with their youth group. We continue to value and cherish the relationships we have with our brothers and sisters in the Ordinariate. We are grateful for the graciousness of Bp. vonRosenberg, and are excited about our partnership with the Diocese of Springfield and Bp. Martins. We have friends in TEC, ACNA, AMIA, and other "continuing" Anglican Bodies. We support Ecumenical ministries and Interfaith ministries. Our relationships are not limited to the alphabet soup of labels... And we trust that your affection for us is likewise without borders!
To send assistance to the victims of natural disaster, such as the recent tornados in Oklahoma, please visit the Episcopal Relief & Development web site at this link.
There are opportunities to donate money electronically at the website.
Join us Fridays for the Catholic Rosary at 7:30 a.m. and a Votive Mass of the Blessed Virgin Mary at 8:00 a.m.
Rosary beads will be available at the Church if you don't own any of your own.
218 Ashley Avenue Charleston, SC 29403