Worship at 10:00 am.

Our Sunday worship service is full of life and joy as we offer hymns and songs rooted on a Biblical foundation lifting up the name of Jesus that he may be worshiped and glorified.  Our worship service offers elements of prayer, scripture, and liturgy from the Anglican tradition.

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Social Distancing Guidelines

for in-person worship

  • We will continue to livestream services, so we are requesting that if you are not well or do not wish to venture out, please join us for worship on Facebook Live or  

  • The front doors will open at 9:45. Please avoid all physical contact and find your seat and avoid prolonged conversations with friends.

  • Use of public areas such as the lobby and restrooms are discouraged unless a necessity. The cry room will be open for use if needed, but there will be no nursery or children’s church. Activity bags for children will be available to use and take home after the service. 

  • You must wear a mask inside the building at all times and bring/use your own hand sanitizer. We will have sanitizer and masks available, but as you know, these items are in short supply and we ask that you help us be good stewards of these resources.

  • Maintain social distancing at all times (6 feet). We have removed our red cathedral chairs and set up 90 metal folding chairs in the church that can easily be moved so that you can sit with your family while maintaining the proper distance between friends. We will also stream the service into the parish hall where there is additional seating. You may also choose to stand in the back.  

  • There will be music, but no congregational singing. Again this is per CDC and diocesan requirements. David will lead our musical worship and invite you to stand, raise your hands, and sing within the temple of your heart.  

  • You are encouraged to continue to give online or by dropping off/mailing a check, but we will also have several Church of Our Saviour offertory buckets for anyone wishing to give during the Sunday service. This can be accomplished at any time in the service and the offering will be deposited in our safe as soon as the service ends.  

  • The Eucharistic liturgy will follow the sermon and you will be able to pick up the consecrated wafer (placed in a plastic bag before the service) as you leave the building. If you have a loved one at home, you may take the bread to them, but we ask that you consume it as soon as possible and as reverently as possible. 

  • “Drive By” distribution will be available after the service for those who have worshiped at home.

church of our saviour, church, johns island, kiawah island, seabrook island


4416 Betsy Kerrison Parkway

Johns Island, SC 29455



Office Hours

Monday - Thursday

(9:00am - 5:00pm)

Closed Fridays



10:00 am - Sunday Worship 



12:30 pm - Healing Service

Camp St. Christopher



11:30 am - Worship & Devotional


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