Am Vincent Juma from Kenya Kisumu county. It's my desire to worship with you and be one of your followers. What should i do to become a member? we also run a small Community Base Organization which deals with OVC, HIV/AID, PLHIV and youths, and we thought it would be wise to partner on the line of helping the OVC. I remain optimistic that you will find it wise to grant me an authorization to be part of you. And if yo... view moreLike this review?Yes|Flag Abuse
Steele Creek Church Of CharlotteAdd to mybook
Please call (704) 525-1133 for service times.
- General Info:
- Who We Are Steele Creek Church of Charlotte (SCCC) is a multi-cultural and multi-ethnic ministry united by their faith in Jesus Christ. With nearly 50 nations represented through our members and missionaries, SCCC is devoted to seeing Christ bring the nations together here in the greater Charlotte area and around the world. Who We Are and Who We Are Becoming It is our desire and mission to share the love of Christ in very real ways to a variety of people just like, and even very different from, you. In doing so, we enjoy seeing a little bit of heaven on earth as Christ is truly the Lord to which every knee shall bow and every tongue shall confess (Romans 14:11) Our History In 1986, Pastor Kelvin Smith responded to Gods call to minister to those in need in Jackson Park, a neighborhood near Charlotte Douglas International Airport. Eventually, the growth of the ministry and continuing needs of the community encouraged the start of a church body. In September 1995, Steele Creek Church of Charlotte was born. Today, SCCC maintains this passion for helping the poor by remaining closely involved with several ministries that serve the inner city needs of Charlotte, such as Blessings in the Storm, The Urban Restoration, Hoskins Park Ministries, Lois Lodge, and through our own Temporary Housing Ministry.
- Worship, Not a Venue for Rental
- Churches & Places of Worship, Non-Denominational Churches
This church led by Kelvin Smith is a dynamic and diverse large non-denominational church in Charlotte that feels like a ""small church"" because of the intimate worship, hospitable congregation, and small groups all over the city. The church is 10 years old and as blossomed at a quick pace into a maturing group of believers from all walks of life. Check it out!Like this review?Yes|Flag AbuseProvided by Citysearch