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The People of the Episcopal Church of the Messiah welcome you.  We are only a few years old and are the only Episcopal Church in Myrtle Beach.  Our commitment is to build up a community of faith committed to loving God and sharing that blessing.

We gather each Sunday around the Lord’s Table to be equipped for service through the sharing of Christ’s body and blood.  All baptized Christians are welcome to receive the grace of Holy Communion at the Messiah’s altar.  Our prayer is one we often sing:  “Strengthen for service, Lord, the hands that holy things have taken.” [Hymn 312]

On Sunday mornings you will find us at 10:00 am sharing the campus of St. Philip Lutheran Church at 6200 North Kings Highway.  Our worship is in the north end of the building in Wingard Hall. We share a lot with our Lutheran friends.  You’ll find a worship nursery, church school opportunities and a coffee hour following worship which feels more like brunch!

We want you to be part of this adventure.  Please join us for a day, for a season, for life!

Our Vicar is the Rev. Dr. Randy Ferebee and he may be reached at randy@messiahmb.org.

Mail may be sent to us at Box 70367, Myrtle Beach, South Carolina 29572.  You may leave a message for us at 843.582.2866.

We are a member of the Episcopal Church in South Carolina, The Episcopal Church in the United States and the worldwide Anglican Communion.

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Visit our friends at St. Philip Lutheran Church.


Lord God, you call your servants to ventures of which we cannot see the ending,

by paths as yet untrodden, through perils unknown;

give us faith to go out with good courage, not knowing where we go,

but only that your hand is leading us, and your love supporting us;

to the glory of your name. Amen.

—Diocese of Southwell and Nottingham [England]


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The Episcopal Church of the Messiah in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, is a member of the diocese of the Episcopal Church in South Carolina, the Episcopal Church in the United States and the worldwide Anglican Communion.