The Arts


The church as a whole has for a long time abandoned the arts, and we want to include expression of them in our community. We desire to foster creativity among our congregation and to reach out to the greater community through the arts.

As an authentic community of Christ followers who are bringing gospel hope and renewal to our city and world, we see the arts as a way to fulfill our mission. Truth-centered art can present a perspective on the truths of Scripture that opens our eyes to new ways of looking at familiar texts. Art is often better at asking questions than answering them; as we struggle well with life, we see the arts as a place to wrestle with living out our faith on a daily basis. As our arts ministry serves the other ministries of our church and reaches out beyond our walls, we seek to bring hope and renewal to both those who want to use their artistic and creative gifts and those who love truth and beauty. If you have questions about Church at Charlotte’s arts ministry, please feel free to email us at arts@churchatcharlotte.org.

Art Gallery

Church at Charlotte’s SouthPark Art Gallery opened in April 2015. The Matthews campus Gallery opened in September 2015.

Church Wide Projects

Weekly Art

In 2014, we began to feature artwork created by those in the Church at Charlotte community on our Weekly bulletins.

Weekly Art

Individuals create pieces based on the theme of our current sermon series. We are excited that members of our congregation can share their gifts in the visual arts in this way.

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His Story, Our Canvas

His Story, Our Canvas was a project we undertook in response to a sermon series focused on the one, unified narrative that the Bible tells and exploring our part in that story.

His Story, Our Canvas

We found 66 artists in the Church at Charlotte community; some who didn’t even think they deserved the title, but all with a willingness to try and a heart that wanted to serve in this way.

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