In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Episcopal Diocese of North Carolina is now allowing outdoor worship with 25 people or less.  Sign up needed and mask wearing is required. Please click here to sign up.

Indoor parish activities will not resume until further notice (last updated 9.8.2020). 

 

Sitting in our sacred space is open by appointment only during open office hours of 9-12, M-F.   Please call the office for details on signing up.

 

Update as of 9.8.2020:  

OUR WAY FORWARD TOGETHER:

  • SUNDAY WORSHIP via YouTube, on the St. Margaret's Episcopal Church channel that goes active each Sunday at 9:00 am, then is held in the video library.  *Physically distanced outdoor morning prayer is offered on Sunday mornings: Rite I at 8:00 am & Rite II at 9:00 am.  (Sign up is required as we are limited to 25 people or less.)
  • MORNING PRAYER:  Monday-Friday, 9:00 am via FACEBOOK LIVE
  • EVENING COMPLINE:  Monday-Friday, 9:00 pm via FACEBOOK LIVE
  • We welcome donations of non-perishable foods to support Loaves & Fishes of Union County. You may bring non-perishable donations to Sunday service with you OR you can drop them off during the week in the labeled bin by the back door of the church (by the playground). A staff member will empty this box out daily. Thank you!
  • VIRTUAL PLATE:  Since we cannot pass the plate in church each Sunday, we are asking for your support in our virtual plate.  SEE GIVING TAB at top of this homepage. Thank you!

 

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Saint Margaret's Episcopal Church

Saint Margaret's Episcopal Church is an exciting, vibrant, growing, and sacramentally centered parish in the Episcopal Diocese of North Carolina and a member of the worldwide Anglican Communion! Located in Waxhaw, North Carolina, we are located just south of Charlotte in one of the fastest growing counties of the state. We believe that this church is a special church; a church in which you will feel the presence of Jesus in a real and dynamic way.

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The Diocese of North Carolina has given churches permission to gather outdoors for worship in limited numbers. We look forward to being able to worship together and praise our Lord as a parish family again. In consideration for the health and safety of our parish family and our priests, and in compliance with directives from the Diocese of North Carolina, each service is limited to 25 people. St. Margaret’s will host two services of Morning Prayer on Sundays with a sermon: Rite I at 8:00am and Rite II at 9:00am. Each service will be limited to 25 people (including Celebrant) and sign ups are required. All who attend service will be required to follow guidelines as prescribed by the Diocese of North Carolina and in conjunction with the CDC. *See links above and on our homepage to sign up. St. Margaret’s will continue to offer a 9:00am pre-recorded service, available on YouTube each Sunday.

Upcoming Events

At this time, no in-person parish events are scheduled in our building due to covid-19 (last updated 9.8.2020).

Outdoor worship for 25 people or less is now being offered at 8 am & 9 am, with required sign up.  *See link here.

 

We welcome donations of non-perishable foods to support Loaves & Fishes of Union County. You may bring non-perishable donations to Sunday service with you OR you can drop them off during the week in the labeled bin by the back door of the church (by the playground). A staff member will empty this box out daily. Thank you!

Newsletter

September 2020

I have found that one of the hardest parts of my vocation as a priest is saying goodbye. I have gotten to know so many of you as you have invited me into your homes, attended one of my programs, or chatted about life in...

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August 2020 Newsletter

My short years of ministry in your midst have been filled with grand moments of great joy and blessings. I will always treasure the prayers and the wishes from you. I have been rewarded with great companions in my spirit...

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July 2020 Newsletter

We are people of hope; that no matter what our personal circumstances or situations, we seek a greater kingdom that calls us to new life. And we are people of love; that just as God our Father chooses to adore us and che...

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