Church of the Holy Comforter

He Is Risen!

Join us today at 10 a.m. as we celebrate the resurrection of our Lord, Jesus Christ, with Holy Communion in the church and a covered dish dinner afterward in the Parish Hall.

He Is Risen, Indeed!

a traditional Episcopal church

The Anglican Church of the Holy Comforter is a parish of the Diocese of the Atlantic States of the Anglican Province of Christ the King.  Established in 1983, the parish recently celebrated its 35th anniversary.  We welcome visitors, and inquirers are encouraged to contact us and to learn more about the Gospel of Jesus Christ and the truths of historic Christianity as expressed in Anglicanism.

Our primary service is the Holy Eucharist at 10 a.m. Sundays. Children’s Sunday School is held during this service.  A nursery is available, though infants and children of all ages are always welcome to attend the service.  Adult Bible Study meets at 9 a.m. in the library of the Parish Hall.  We are now studying the highlights of the Old Testament, starting with Genesis and the creation.  After services, please join us in the Parish Hall for coffee and conversation.  Take pot luck with us on the first Sunday of each month. On Wednesdays, Evening Prayer is said in the chapel at 5:30 p.m.

Holy Week 2019 Services

10:00 a.m. Easter Sunday, 21 April 2019: Holy Communion.  Immediately after the service, all parishioners and visitors are asked to remain for our annual parish photograph.  Afterward, we will break bread together at a covered dish dinner in the Parish Hall.  The children will hunt Easter eggs in the courtyard.

The newly ordained Fr. Shannon L. Clark, front, the Rt. Rev. John Upham, left, and the Rt. Rev. William Wiygul (ret’d), right, with clergy

The Rev. Shannon L. Clark, priest-in-charge, serves under the 

ecclesiastical authority of the Rt. Rev. Bishop John Upham, bishop ordinary, Diocese of the Atlantic States.  

Telephone:  (205) 665-2769, church office; (205) 461-5037, Fr. Shannon.  Email address for Fr. Shannon:

Anglican Province of Christ the King