A church called to Rock Hill

Many people have asked us over the last couple years why we have moved back to Rock Hill. The answer for us is simple: because Rock Hill has always been home for our family. When God made it clear that we should return in 2015, we were stunned and confused; but we obeyed. Fast forward to 2017 and we are bubbling with excitement to obey once again what God has made clear for our journey serving Him. We will pursue gathering a fellowship of believers who seek to serve Christ, enjoying an ancient-future approach to worship, rich liturgy, genuine and meaningful community with each other, and intentional, missional ministry to the City of Rock Hill.


Church of the Resurrection is part of the global Anglican Communion through the Anglican Church in North America as recognized by the Primates of the Global Fellowship of Confessing Anglicans. The Anglican Communion totals over 80 million people worldwide. With origins in the English Reformation, but roots that can be traced to the early Church, Anglicans are a unique blend of several great traditions of Christianity.

The word Anglican actually means “of England.” As British Christians, compelled by the word of God and the Holy Spirit, took their faith around the world during the colonial period, churches were established on every continent and in many nations. British pastoral leaders urged autonomy and collegiality with these daughter churches and, over time, separate provinces of the Anglican Church were established around the world. Most of these provinces correspond geographically to particular nations.