Care for Each Other.
Serve the World.
Christ Church is a faith community with a soul purpose: to equip and empower people to love God, care for each other and serve the world in the name of Christ.
Located in the Myers Park neighborhood of Charlotte, North Carolina, our church is a beautiful place, steeped in sacred tradition yet always looking, thinking and moving forward with God’s grace.
In 1943, Christ Church (then known as Christ Church Mission) was formally recognized by the Diocese of North Carolina with 98 families in membership. Today we are a large, diverse Episcopal Church with over 5,000 members of varied spiritual inclinations: conservative and liberal, traditional and charismatic, evangelical and social justice. We are deeply committed to serving and advocating for justice in our city, nation, and world.
We aspire to be Christ's Church in the world.
Our Core Values
We are a Christ-centered Episcopal church rooted in scripture, tradition and reason; respectful of and strengthened by our differences. We are committed to being a loving community of support and spiritual growth; being faithful stewards of God's many blessings; and using God's gifts to serve the needs of our community and world. We are inspired by the belief that with God's help we will accomplish whatever God calls us to do. (Adopted by the Vestry, 2007)
Our Leap of Faith
In 2012, Christ Church adopted a bold new five-year plan called "Leap of Faith." The vision is people-centered, seeks to engage all generations and focuses on spiritual growth and serving others. Learn about our "Leap of Faith" and how it's transforming our Church and changing lives in our community.
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