Church at Charlotte provides a variety of communities and ministries for those in need of support from the body of Christ. In addition, some of these areas are avenues for our congregation to live out the Church mission by serving one another.
DivorceCare is a group for those hurting from the pain of separation or divorce. If you are facing that pain, finding people who understand what you are going through can be painful and it can be difficult to struggle well during this loss. DivorceCare runs year-round on Wednesday evenings. Learn more.
GriefShare is a community of those who have suffered the loss of a loved one. In a 13-week series of combined video seminars and group discussion, those participating will travel together the journey from mourning to joy. GriefShare series run periodically throughout the year. Learn more.
Mental Health Family Grace Group
The Mental Health Family Grace Group is a support group for family members, friends, and caregivers who come alongside individuals with various mental disorders. Learn more.
Financial Peace University
Financial Peace University is a class for those seeking to learn how to be good stewards of the finances God has given them. Using a curriculum developed by Dave Ramsey, Church at Charlotte offers this course periodically. Learn more.
Caring Threads is a gathering of women who hand-knit and crochet God’s love and care into prayer shawls that are given to those needing encouragement in the face of life’s challenges. Learn more.
Homebound Ministry is a visitation ministry serving those confined to their homes, a rehabilitation facility, nursing home, or hospital. Volunteers spend time visiting with those who need it and providing respite for caregivers. Learn more.
GEMS is a ministry of encouragement to the supported missionaries of Church At Charlotte.This group encourages missionaries supported by CAC through prayer, celebrating their birthdays, and inviting them to come and share about their ministry. Learn more.
Caring for Aging Adults
Caring For Aging Adults support group is for individuals who are caring for an aging loved one, friend or disabled family member. Learn more.