Church of the Holy Apostles

An Ecumenical Interdenominational Episcopal and Roman Catholic Church Virginia Beach, VA
 Church of the Holy Apostles
 Church of the Holy Apostles
 Church of the Holy Apostles
 Church of the Holy Apostles

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1598 Lynnhaven Pkwy
Virginia Beach, VA 23453



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Who We Are

We are a unique congregation made up of Episcopal and Roman Catholic members.

Our Sunday Mass is a mix of traditional and contemporary worship. The mass changes with the church season. The complete mass is contained in the bulletin. Music and scripture is a main part of our worship as well as a Homily and Reflection by both priests .
A bulletin is provided by a Greeter at the door.

We have two separate altars, one that is Roman Catholic and one Episcopal.
All baptized Christians are welcome at the Episcopal altar.

About Us





Leadership View all

*Father Michael Ferguson **Dominick Hankle

*Episcopal Co-Pastor of Holy Apostles since 2009. Active in Diocesan Ministries. Married with three grown children and three grandchildren. ** Senior Pastoral Associate, Roman Catholic. Active in Roman Catholic Ministries. Married with three children.

What Members Say Add your voice

  • We are a unique congregation made up of Episcopal and Roman Catholic faiths. We share in our worship services with separate tables, one for each denomination. We have two Co-Pastors; one Episcopal Priest and one Roman Catholic Priest A Greeter will meet you at the door, to assist you in any way, and to hand you a bulletin, for you to follow the service. A trained attendant is in the Nursery for your children. We welcome you to attend in casual attire. You may sit anywhere in the sanctuary that is comfortable for you. The ambo is wired for sound as well as the choir area. Plenty of room for wheelchairs and walkers. There is handicap parking and restrooms inside the building. There are no steps from the car to your seat in the sanctuary. We have refreshments and fellowship after the service. Adult Christian Formation begins at 11:30am in the fellowship hall. I love this community of worshipers, and am proud to be a member of this ecumenical community. We accept all who are baptized at the Episcopal Communion Table. We have a separate Roman Catholic Communion Table. I love the fact that families, made up of both Catholic and other denominations can worship together. We share in each others triumphs and sorrows. There are many opportunities to serve God within our church. We are very active in community outreach. Our social networking is taking off and will soon be online for you. We do have an active Facebook page. (Church of the Holy Apostles vb). We invite you to be with us.
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