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
The Youth Program at SPCC is dedicated to helping form girls and boys into young Christian men and women. The goal is to provide them with information and skills to understanding what it means to be a Christian. The idea is that it’s not about turning them into who they will...Read More
In opinion, liberty; in essentials, unity; in all things, charity
This Sunday, September 21, we will be having a spaghetti lunch after worship. Each plate is $10 and goes toward raising funds for 3 ladies walking in the Avon Walk for Breast Cancer. We’d love to know if you’re coming. RSVP by contacting firstname.lastname@example.org
As part of our October stewardship month, we have an exciting service opportunity for youth and families at the Second Harvest Food Bank. Our shift is set up for Saturday, October 11th from 9am – 12pm. We will primarily be sorting, inspecting, boxing, and stocking food donations for local agencies. Every one hour of volunteer time saves the Food Bank $21.79 in labor. Last year the Food Bank distributed over 45 million pounds of food to individuals in need in both North and South Carolina. They could not do what they do without volunteer support.
There is space available for 12 people total. There is a minimum age requirement of 12 years old with parent supervision. Age 13 – 16 years just need adult supervision (Joe Lublinkhof and Rene McCurry will be going), and 17 and up are considered adults. Closed toe shoes are required as we will be working in a warehouse. Stay tuned for transportation details.
Please let us know ASAP if you would like to go as space is limited. Contact email@example.com to RSVP.
Join us this Sunday at 9:45am for coffee followed by a story led by Bonnie Williams. After, we will take some time to meet within different groups and discuss the story and reading we heard. If you’ve never been to Discipleship Hour on Sunday mornings, now is the time!
Worship in the sanctuary starts at 11am. See you there!
SouthPark Christian Church will be hosting Dr. Rebecca Todd Peters as she leads a discussion on Solidarity Ethics.
Dr. Peters is the author of a book titled “Solidarity Ethics: Transformation in a Globalized World”
“Addressing the economic and social structures of our globalized context, Peters shows how a concrete ethics rooted in the Christian tradition of justice and transformation is deeply informed by solidarity and relationality. Utilizing these theologically rich resources, an ethics of relational reflection, action, and construction is provided as an avenue for building viable strategies for social transformation.”
The workshop is NOVEMBER 8, 2014 starting at 2:30pm and will last until 5:00pm. Refreshments will be served.
The new Family Faith Coordinator Interns are here! Joe and Lesley-Ann will be working with The Family Tree and SPCC. If you need to contact them, they have a church email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Take a moment to read more about them below:
“Hello, my name is Joe Lublinkhof. I currently live in Charlotte with my wife Caroline and our little dog Winkler. I graduated from Appalachian State University in 2006 and went on to work for Habitat for Humanity. I currently serve as a youth leader at Caldwell Presbyterian. I love to cook, garden, camp and travel. I am excited to become a part of The Family Tree community in sharing and participating in God’s love.”
Lesley-Ann Hix just graduated from McAfee School of Theology in Atlanta, with an MDiv in Global Christianity. With a Spanish background and a passion for cross-cultural ministry, she’s hoping to eventually follow God far, far south. She loves being behind the camera, but she’s learning that being in the pulpit is just as much fun. During seminary, she spent a lot of time with the youth at Park Avenue Baptist in Atlanta, helping with homework and learning about their days. She works as the designer for McAfee’s online magazine, Tableaux. On days off, she loves to hike, read, consume large amounts of coffee and hang out with Netflix. Lesley-Ann Hix moved from Atlanta to Charlotte to live and work with us.