Information about service times is provided as a guide. Actual services may vary with the seasons. Please contact the individual church to verify.


Cape Charles BaptistCCBaptistChurch

Welcome to Cape Charles Baptist Church! It is truly a pleasure to share with you what God is doing through our congregation. You will find us to be a church that is inviting, inspirational, and spiritually fulfilling. With over 100 years invested in the Cape Charles community we encourage you to come and experience this life changing ministry. Led by Pastor Russell.

501 Randolph Avenue

Sunday School: 10 am
Sunday Service: 11 am

Church of Lord Jesus Christ

311 Jefferson Avenue


Emmanuel EpiscopalEmmanuelEpiscopalChurch


Emmanuel Episcopal Cape Charles is a diverse and welcoming Christian community inspired by God to seek peace and to serve Christ in all persons. Services are every Sunday at 9 am, the Rev. Robert Coniglio presiding. Visitors welcome at worship and coffee hour! Join us and experience “emmanuel” which means, “God is with us”.


601 Tazewell Avenue

Sunday Service: 9 am


First Baptist Church of Virginia

Our prayer is that if you are in the area, you will stop by to Worship and Praise God with us. Here at First Baptist, “It’s not about us; It’s about the Kingdom! Peace and Blessings to you.” Located at the corner of Madison Avenue and Nectarine Street in Cape Charles. Led by Pastor/Teacher Felton T. Sessoms.

“For God so loved the world He gave His only Son, so whoever believe in Him shall not perish but have eternal life” John 3:16

501 Nectarine Street

Sunday School: 9:45 am
Sunday Service: 11 am


Philadelphia Church of Christ DisciplesPhiladelphiaChurhCD

James Davis, Jr., Pastor
312 Washington Avenue
Sunday Service: 12 pm






St. Charles Catholic Church

StCharlesCatholicSince 1886, Saint Charles Borromeo Parish has been the Catholic presence in Northampton County on the Eastern Shore of Virginia. We are a small but active faith community. We are excited by the growth in the Cape Charles area. We, the People of God, in St. Charles Parish, recognize our call as Christians, sharing in the mission to become fully supportive of each other, responsible for each other and accountable to God for our gifts; and to build a faith community through active participation in liturgical celebrations, applying Gospel values in our individual and communal lives, sharing fully in our various parish ministries, showing consistent concern for the needy among us including those of the larger community, and fostering the bonds of unity with other faith communities around us.

545 Randolph Avenue

Saturday Service: 5 pm
Sunday Service: 9 am


St. Stephen’s AME Church

Pastor, Rev. Olivia CollinsStStevensAME

511 Jefferson Avenue

Sunday School: 10 am
Sunday Service: 11 am




Trinity United Methodist Church

TrinityMethodistTrinity United Methodist Church, at the corner of Plum Street and Tazewell Avenue, offers two Sunday services, Praise & Worship, followed by a Traditional Service. Nursery is provided for both services. Be sure to join us for coffee between services at 9:30 am in the Fellowship Hall. The people of Trinity “envision a church where all God’s people are welcomed, nurtured, and transformed to be Christ to others in the world.” The Praise & Worship service is held in the Fellowship Hall; the Traditional service is held in the Sanctuary.


109 Plum Street

Praise & Worship: 8:25 am
Traditional Service: 9:45 am
Trinity United Methodist