When & Where
We meet every Sunday at 10:30 am for worship, to be reminded of God’s love for us in the gospel, and to enjoy community with our friends and family.
We’d love to have you join us this Sunday at 1646 Toddville Rd. Charlotte, NC 28214.
Below you’ll find some additional info that we hope will be helpful and answer some questions you may have. Please don’t hesitate to reach us at email@example.com with questions.
What should I wear?
We have a variety of different dress styles at West Charlotte Church. Some folks prefer to come more dressed up, while others come in jeans and shorts. Whatever you feel more comfortable wearing is perfect.
How are children involved on Sundays?
We love kids at West Charlotte Church. Jesus welcomed the children to come to him and so do we! During worship, we welcome children of all ages and we also offer a nursery and childcare (through pre-K) and a room for nursing mothers. All our volunteers have background checks and carefully follow our Child Protection Policy.
What is worship like?
West Charlotte Church welcomes all kinds of people, and our worship reflects this diversity.
Our worship involves singing, reading and preaching the Bible, baptism, the Lord’s Supper, confessions of faith, offerings, and occasionally vows (like membership vows and things like that).
We believe worship is for the people and not just about the pastor or leaders. Our service is designed to make it easy for everyone to participate. We explain as we go to make it easy to catch on.
One benefit of simple worship is it makes it easy for children to join in. We welcome children of all ages to our service, and we offer a nursery and childcare for children through pre-K as well as a room for nursing mothers. You can find more information here and also at our welcome table on Sunday mornings.
We put reading and preaching God’s word at the center of our worship. Our pastors work hard to explain the meaning of the Bible in everyday words.
Our music is both “old” and “new” and draws from the range of traditions in west Charlotte. Our songs come from the African American Heritage Hymnal and the Trinity Hymnal (especially those songs that appear in both), and we also use new praise songs that carry on those traditions.