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
Worship at Calvary
Sundays: Online and In-Person - 10:30 am
Email for the Zoom link - Calvary1847@gmail.com
2023 Episcopal Youth Event: The EYE is a gathering of high school youth ages 15-19 (as of 7/4/23) from all around the world who assemble on a college campus to learn, laugh, and worship together. It is the single greatest and second largest event the Episcopal Church conducts. Since the event is held only once every three years, for many EYE23 will be their only chance to attend. The event will take place July 4-8 at the University of Maryland. This cost is $400/youth and scholarships are available. The registration deadline is March 31st. For more information, please visit Episcopal Youth Event (episcopalchurch.org)
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Worship & COVID-19 Update:
The vestry and clergy of Calvary Episcopal Church remain vigilant in monitoring current data relating to COVID-19 that impacts how we worship safely for all who gather. The vestry and clergy consult with local healthcare experts in the greater Charleston area and review data issued by COVID Act Now weekly. COVID Act Now is a group that assesses community risk levels for infection for every state, county, and metro in the United States, in conjunction with the Center for Disease Control, to help people make informed decisions about health risks associated with public gathering.
On January 23, 2023 the community risk level for Charleston, South Carolina was lowered from “Medium” to "Low", as the risk level for the entire State of South Carolina has recently been lowered to “Low”. So long as the risk assessment remains “Medium” or “Low”, masks will not be required for worship at Calvary. However, as the winter months also bring increased risk of viral infection and flu, we urge everyone to take whatever precautions they feel are necessary when worshiping at Calvary. As a community of the baptized, who respect the dignity of every human being, we encourage each of you to follow your own conscience about what is best for you and your health, given your individual circumstance. Please feel free to wear a mask if you choose and be assured no one will judge you for doing so. In fact, wearing a mask, if your conscience so dictates, is a way of loving your neighbor as yourself. Rest assured the vestry and clergy of Calvary will continue to monitor changing conditions and will modify this current policy if warranted.
We are welcoming groups to rent our Parish Hall for meetings and events. Email the parish for more details: Calvary1847@gmail.com.