We, who are many, are one body in Christ, and individually we are members one of another.

(Romans 12:5)

As the body of Christ we look after each other and enjoy being together.
We welcome you to join us.

Annual Events

Oyster Roast & Silent Auction

This community-wide event is one of our most well-attended activities of the year. It’s a celebration of our life together and the proceeds of ticket sales and the silent auction go to benefit our outreach ministries. Staff and volunteers work together and always appreciate the additional help. Contact the Director of Membership & Parish Life for more info.

Episcopal Church Women Holiday Bazaar

The Holiday Bazaar takes place the Thursday before Thanksgiving. Under the leadership of the Advent’s chapter of the Episcopal Church Women, volunteers and staff spend months in preparation for this fundraiser. Artwork, crafts, jams, jellies, canned goods, and our award-winning artichoke relish are just a few of the items available for sale. All proceeds from the Bazaar go to support local non-profits.

Parish Weekend

An annual gathering of worship and fellowship.

Ongoing Opportunities

Episcopal Church Women

Episcopal Church Women is open to all women in the Advent community. Along with sponsoring the annual Bazaar, ECW takes on projects throughout the year and offers fellowship through ECW Circles. Contact the Director of Membership Parish Life.

In-Home Gatherings

Fellowship Group

Meets monthly, ages 75 and older, but of course, all are welcome.

SORTA Young Baby Boomers

Meets quarterly ages 50-75 typically, but all are welcome.

20s, 30s, 40s, CONNECT

Meets quarterly ages 20-49.

Wednesday Night Dinners & Program

All are welcome to join us on the first and third Wednesday of every month (from September through May) for a delicious meal and engaging presentation. Dinner is served from 5:45 p.m. to 6:30 p.m., followed by a thirty-minute program. Nursery is provided for infants and preschoolers. A separate program is provided for school-aged children. Contact the Director of Children & Young Families for more information.


The first Boy Scout of America troop in the state was organized at the Advent in 1914. Troop 1 remains a vibrant BSA organization, drawing young men from the parish and the Spartanburg community. Contact the Scoutmaster, Tim Satterfield.

Troop 1664 was organized at the Advent in 2015. Girl Scouting builds girls of courage, confidence, and character, who make the world a better place. Members join our troop from the parish and the community. Contact Witney Fisher.

Youth Basketball

The Advent sponsors youth teams in church league basketball for girls and boys 1st grade through 12th grade. Teams are coached by volunteers from the parish throughout the season. To find out more, contact our youth minister.

Serving Together

Relationships are strengthened when people work alongside each other toward a common goal for the greater good. Check out our Volunteer page for more opportunities to serve as part of a community of volunteers.