Who We Are
St. Thomas Episcopal Church is a joyful, friendly and inviting place that is open to all. Newcomers often say, "St. Thomas is the most welcoming church they have visited." Many people in the Lowcountry agree with this view, and you are invited to have the same experience. When you visit St. Thomas you will feel the love of Christ, encounter a faithful worshipping community, and depart knowing you have been touched by the grace of God. Read more about What We Believe.
St. Thomas Episcopal Church is located in the Park Circle area of North Charleston. The parish has plenty of convenient parking for everyone. St. Thomas is affiliated with The Episcopal Church and The Episcopal Church in South Carolina. St. Thomas is the only church in North Charleston that is officially a member of the worldwide Anglican Communion, and the Protestant Episcopal Church in the USA. To learn more about St. Thomas in a fun way, watch our parish videos by clicking here.
Current Events at St. Thomas
Haskins award winner for 2023
Edith Reeves was posthumously awarded the 2023 Haskins award for her many years of service at St. Thomas Episcopal Church. Edith was the administrator for St. Thomas for more than 20 years. The award was given to her husband Darryl Reeves.
The Haskins Award is given in honor of Eleanor Haskins a former Parishioner who was the first woman Senior Warden in the Diocese of Charleston. Mrs. Haskins also started and operated Holy Spirit pre-school in Hanahan for over 30 years. Holy Spirit pre-school was a ministry of St. Thomas Episcopal Church. This award represents a member/members that show dedication, creativity, and commitment to God and St. Thomas.
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Sunday - 10:30 AM Church
Link to Join Zoom Meetings
Sunday - 9:00 AM -Zoom
Wednesday - 7:00 PM Zoom
Compline (Evening Prayer)
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Current Support Drives at St. Thomas
My Sister's House -
My Sister’s House, Inc., is a nonprofit organization founded in 1980 that provides services, programs and resources to empower domestic violence victims and their children to live free from abuse. St. Thomas is proud to be a donation drop-off facility for My Sister's House. We have a donation box located across from the office. They are always in need of clothes, babies items, small appliances. Many of these women & children have had to leave their homes and start a new one.
Holy City Missions -
Holy City Missions is in need of the following items. Men’s and women’s socks, brown paper lunch-size bags, individual packaged snacks: raisins, chips, cookies, dried fruit, pretzels juice boxes and bottles of water. There is a black box in the Narthex (back of the Church) that you may put your donations in. Thank you in advance.