Part of our Vision is to become a community center through the spirit-driven outreach provided by our open, caring, and active church membership. To help live this Vision, we become a community center by allowing groups to utilize our church as well as by having activities such...Read More
SouthPark Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) is an open, friendly, and caring church fellowship, founded in 1969 with 128 charter members. We are a church home for a wide range of age groups who participate in worship, fellowship, and activities for all. We have a “dynamic...Read More
The Christian Church (Disciples of Christ), while founded on American soil in the early 1800s, is uniquely equipped to live up to its identity that it is a “movement for wholeness in a fragmented world.” The denomination was born in the 1800s, and continues to be...Read More
In opinion, liberty; in essentials, unity; in all things, charity
Young At Heart for this Tuesday, July 28 has been cancelled due to low attendance. We hope to have more folks join us next month. Get the word out.
Make sure to bring your Congregational Surveys to church this Sunday. We will have a luncheon immediately following worship and will collect all surveys. This will also be an opportunity to answer questions and concerns you may have about the search process. Thank you! See you then.
THIS Sunday, July 26 @ 10am
We’re going to have a “Sunday Sing” for worship. We used to do this every 5th Sunday so some of you may remember. Please be thinking of a favorite hymn to sing….And if you wish, to share the history of how it became your favorite and the special meaning it holds for you. Please join us for a special Sunday!
Please come say your farewells and well wishes to our Pastors Greg and Helms as they begin a new journey of being more fully rooted in their community and non-profit ministry in Enderly Park.
*We will have a reception in their honor on July 19 following the worship service.
A few of our members are highly involved in the prison ministry here and have been able to connect with many imprisoned women and men. One of the women the church has been supporting will be released from prison July 9th and will relocate to Charlotte. She will most likely live in transitional housing upon her arrival and will only have the clothes she is wearing and $45. We are asking our faith community to donate any suitable clothing. She is size 8. Please bring any cash and clothing donations to the church and Gene McCurry, along with Henry Graham, will be able to take these items to her.
Thank you in advance for your generosity and compassion.