Holy Comforter (Charlotte, NC)

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Holy Comforter was founded in 1903 by the Episcopal Diocese of North Carolina. The church had three locations in the Dilworth area before breaking ground on the current location in 1953.

Since its inception, Holy Comforter has been an active member of the community. The church has supported the founding of other area Episcopal parishes, as well as several outreach and fellowship organizations that provide ongoing service to our city, such as Boy Scout Troop 1 (1917), the Holy Comforter Weekday School (1955), and the Charlotte Loaves and Fishes pantry (1975). Our parish has fully supported the establishment of two area Episcopal schools, as well: Trinity Episcopal and Palisades Episcopal.

Under the leadership of our clergy, the parishioners of Holy Comforter continue to actively engage in ministry, gather in fellowship, and worship in thanksgiving for the abundance of God.





Our Services

Service Times

  • 08:00am - Holy Eucharist
  • 10:30am - Holy Eucharist
  • 12:00pm - La Misa


Kevin S. Brown

Kevin S. Brown

The Rev. Kevin S. Brown grew up in the Asheville area and has been an Episcopalian since the age of five. He is a 1991 graduate of Duke University with a double major in Psychology and Mathematics. While serving as a project manager in the Air Force, he received a Masters in Business Administration at the University of West Florida in 1996. After his military service, he moved to Memphis, Tenn., where he worked in multiple roles in finance and marketing for FedEx Express and helped launch and manage a successful money management firm. Kevin discerned his call to the priesthood and received his Masters in Divinity from The General Theological Seminary in New York before accepting the call to become Rector of Grace Episcopal Church in Paris, Tenn., in 2007. He was called to serve as Rector here at the Church of the Holy Comforter in 2010.

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