Welcome to

Calvary Episcopal Church!

    (We really mean it!)

                    Join us for the Calvary Experience:

                             + Joyful and Dignified Worship--Sundays at 10:30am

                             + Caring Community in Christ Across the Lifespan   

                             + Growing in Faith and Knowledge

                             + Serving those in need for Christ's sake

106 Line Street  +  Charleston, SC 29403 + 843-723-3878

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Worship at Calvary

Sundays:  Online and In-Person - 10:30 am

Email for the Zoom link - Calvary1847@gmail.com

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COVID-19 precautions at Present 

We are asking all to wear masks for worship. We continue to ask that you sign in upon entering the church or parish hall on the sheets provided. If you are not vaccinated, please either join us on Zoom or wear a mask and distance from others .

We are welcoming groups to rent our Parish Hall for meetings and events. Email the parish for more details: Calvary1847@gmail.com.

                        Calling a new Rector
                  Calvary has posted its Profile and the answers to the Episcopal Church Office of Transition Portfolio questions.  To learn more about Calvary go to the Profile at http://www.episcopalchurchsc.org/uploads/1/2/9/8/12989303/profile_calvary_episcopal_church_4.28.22.pdf and the Portfolio at http://www.episcopalchurchsc.org/uploads/1/2/9/8/12989303/calvary_otm.pdf.
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175th Anniversary
We Have Come This Far By Faith

Save the Date:  September 17-18, 2022
Celebrating Our 175th Anniversary
Family & Friends, Bishop Visitation, Repast
Jazz Concert with Reception

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Juneteenth at Calvary
        
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Prof. Damon Fordham

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Spirited Brunch    For more photos see "Get Involved"
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Easter at Calvary

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Vestry 2022
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1st row: Jeanette Spencer (Acting Senior Warden), Yulanda Thompson; 2nd row: Robin Bush, Mother Ann Broomell (Interim Rector), Antionette Bennett-Bluford, Toure' Thompson; 3rd row: Marion Holmes, Charlinda Gallant;
4th row: Tim Armstrong (Treasurer), Arenilla Bush (Clerk), Darryl Hart (Junior Warden) Missing: Deidra Frasier, Pearl Harris

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Vestry Transitions 2022

On March 6, the First Sunday in Lent, Mother Broomell thanked outgoing Vestry members Andrea Lawrence and Darryl Hart.

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At the same service she
Commissioned the Calvary Vestry for 2022.

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A warm welcome to
Cheryl Caruthers
our new
Parish Administrator

Newly Elected Leaders Join those Continuing to Serve
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Darryl Hart
Junior Warden
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Vestry Class of 2025
Arie Bush,
Charlinda Gallant,
Deidra Frasier
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New Deputies to Diocesan Convention
Vermelle Simmons, Lonnie Hamilton, III
Bishop Woodliff-Stanley at Calvary!
We were honored to welcome Bishop Ruth to Calvary for her first
visitation on Oct. 3 when she met with the Vestry and the Search Committee.
Bishop Ruth also came to Calvary for an informal conversation on Oct. 10 so that she could learn more about Calvary's history
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Photos of the visit of the Presiding Bishop and
Bishop Elect @ Calvary - October 1, 2021
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Deacon Bennett at the Consecration

Consecration Weekend at Calvary
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Calvary Episcopal Church + 106 Line St., Charleston, SC 29403

 
An historic African-American Parish in the heart of the peninsula.
Est. 1847