Helping Women Make A Connection.


SouthPark Women’s Ministry

No matter what stage of life you’re at, we all need encouragement and community. The SouthPark campus Women’s Ministry at Church at Charlotte seeks to connect you with other women who will serve as encouragers in your life through events, activities, and Bible studies that facilitate connection with other women and growth as Christ followers.

Encouraging Women

Through special events, workshops, and activities, Women’s Ministry at the SouthPark campus seeks to provide women ways to connect with one another in authentic community and encourage each other as followers of Christ. Check out these upcoming events.

January Women’s Event

Ladies of all campuses, join us at SouthPark for a special Women’s Event in January. Jen Payne will teach, exploring the idea of Finding Your Niche in Open Spaces. 

Join us on either Tuesday morning or Wednesday evening!

Tuesday morning, January 15
11:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m. 
Lunch and childcare are available with registration. Lunch cost is $5.

Wednesday evening, January 16
7:00-8:30 p.m.
Dessert and childcare are available with registration.

Please register in advance. Childcare is available for no extra cost.


Digging into God’s Word.

As an authentic community of Christ followers, we want to center ourselves on God’s Word. Our Women’s Bible studies offer women a chance to dig into Scripture in the company of other women from various life stages.

We offer studies on Tuesday mornings, Wednesday evenings, and Friday mornings during the fall, spring, and summer.

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New in Charlotte?

Moving On After Moving In is a place to meet God and build community. Using the book After the Boxes are Unpacked, we’ll explore what it means to be new in a community like Charlotte and build new friendships with others in the same boat.

MOAMI is a place to be with others who really know what it feels like to be new, finding your feet again. It’s a place where you can be reminded that it is God who brought you here. MOAMI is offered in the fall and spring semesters.

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