Local Church Events



Freedom Worship Center Breakfast Gathering!

Saturday, August 18th, 9:30-11:00 a.m.
4732 Old Pineville Road, Charlotte, NC, United States

The FWC Community Development Center invites you to a free breakfast gathering on Saturday, August 18th at 9:30 AM. for the purpose of making a difference in our city and the world in which we live. Guest Speaker: Dr. Robert James Lightsey. Please call to RSVP at 704-322-8010.

Please join us Saturday, August 18th at 9:30 AM until 11:00 AM at 4732 Old Pineville Rd, Charlotte. Your Seat Is Reserved!



Life On Mission
Join Lionshare & Pastor Dave Buehring for D4 Conference.

 D4 is an opportunity for individuals and groups to participate in being ignited to obey the commission of Jesus to reproduce disciple-makers. Surrounded with worship and the building of relationships with others who have the same heart, d4 Conference focuses on envisioning participants to disciple four-generations deep (2Tim.2:2) within their relationships and where in society they’ve been appointed by God to serve.

During D4, emphasis is placed on understanding God’s process of heart transformation, while discovering afresh what it means to follow, hear from and obey Jesus. Each person is also practically equipped with how to effectively use A Discipleship Journey so they can begin reproducing disciples as soon as they finish d4.

D4 Conference will take place at First Baptist Matthews, August 24, 6-9pm & August 25, 9am-4pm.  
Materials, lunch & snacks are included in the $10 registration fee.


Child Care is available.  (Please provide a sack lunch for each child the day of the conference.)

4622 Nations Crossing Rd, Charlotte NC 28217 



Gospel Conversation Challenge Training
Saturday, August 25 @ 10:00am-2:00pm
Call (704) 523-5941 to sign up

Free Movie Night “I Can Only Imagine”
Friday, August 31 @ 7:00pm
Refreshments will be provided (free)


Saturday, September 8, 2018, 10:00 AM–4:00 PM
Trinity Baptist Church
Mooresville, NC

Price: $10.00

This one day training session is designed to equip and inspire Baptist Men’s Directors, Men’s Ministry Leaders, pastors, or anyone who has a heart for discipling men. Program will include an overview on the “why” and “how” of men’s ministry, followed by sessions on specific men’s ministry areas, and time for questions/wrap-up. The content will deal with how to have a vibrant, well-rounded Men’s Ministry – one that leads men to grow in their walk with Christ while involving them in discipleship, missions, and ministry. Come enjoy the fellowship and network with local church men’s leaders from across the state while you sharpen your leadership skills!

Check in at 9:30 am
Training will begin at 10: am
Lunch will be at noon
Training will conclude by 4:00 pm

Visit NC Baptists On Mission to Sign Up ≫ ≫ ≫

BCH Friends of Children Workdays

Is your church looking for a local, one-day missions opportunity that offers something for all ages?
 Baptist Children’s Homes is hosting its Saturday “Friends of Children” workdays (FOC) at its statewide locations in the spring and fall of this year. Your church group will be able to directly impact BCH’s boys and girls while seeing the ministry firsthand. It’s the perfect way to make a difference within our North Carolina mission field. A free lunch is served. Tours are available.

All types of projects are available. It will be a great day of fellowship, work and food! We also ask individuals to prayer walk the campuses and pray for our children and staff throughout the day. This is an excellent opportunity to introduce others to the exciting work going on at Baptist Children’s Homes.

FALL 2018

  • SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 8 – Mills Home in Thomasville and Oak Ranch in Broadway
  • SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 15 – Kennedy Home in Kinston and Cameron Boys Camp in Cameron
  • SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 22 – Camp Duncan in Aberdeen
  • SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 29 – Odum Home in Pembroke

Visit Baptist Children’s Homes online for More Info ≫ ≫ ≫



ROCK HILL, SC- Internationally-known Bible teacher Anne Graham Lotz will speak Saturday, Sept. 15, at a morning-long session on “Effective Prayer for Such a Time as This.” The event for men, women and young adults, is sponsored by a diverse group of York County churches and will be held at Winthrop Coliseum. Tickets at $10 each are on sale by calling 866-698-4253 or by ordering on line at www.seekinggodofyorkcounty.org.

“The aim of the session is to bring the Christian community together- transcending denominational and ethnic differences -for a morning devoted to Anne’s teaching about effective prayer and impacting our world more powerfully for Christ in these days,” said Rev. Ken Watson of Rock Hill Bible Fellowship, a member of the organizing group.

The event will run from 9 a.m. until 12:30 p.m.

Organizers have arranged for musical guest Fernando Ortega to join the event. He is an acclaimed contemporary Christian musician noted for his interpretations of many traditional hymns and songs.

“It’s exciting to think how the Lord may use this gathering in our community and beyond,” said Rev. Steve Polk of Rock Hill’s First Baptist Church. “It’s a real privilege for Rock Hill to have the opportunity to host and hear from Anne. Men and women of all ages will enjoy and benefit from her remarks.”

The organizing group, Seeking God of York County Task Force, has been holding prayer gatherings over the past five years beginning with a two-day session featuring Revs. Henry and Richard Blackaby. Task force members are from Rock Hill Bible Fellowship, First Baptist of Rock Hill, Mount Hebron Baptist, Westminster Presbyterian, St. Barnabas Anglican, Neely’s Creek ARP, Mt. Prospect Baptist, and Lake Wylie Lutheran, along with the York Baptist Association.

Anne Graham Lotz, founder of AnGeL Ministries, called “the best preacher in the family” by her father, Billy Graham, speaks around the globe with the wisdom and authority of years spent studying God’s word. The New York Times named Lotz one of the five most influential evangelists of her generation. Her “Just Give Me Jesus” revivals have been held in more than 30 cities in 12 different countries with hundreds of thousands of attendees. She served as chair of the National Day of Prayer Task Force in 2016-17. She is a best-selling and award-winning author of 17 books. Her most recent release is “The Daniel Key.”

Fernando Ortega is a singer-songwriter-pianist renowned for fresh arrangements of hymns like “Be Thou My Vision” and “Jesus Lover of My Soul.” His sparse, stunning rendition of “Give Me Jesus” is beloved worldwide. He has garnered 14 music award nominations of various kinds, including Bluegrass Song of the Year and Best Inspirational Album of the Year.

For further information: www.seekinggodofyorkcounty.org


Safe Sitter Classes

Staying safe is not only in the name, it’s the foundation of the curriculum.  This workshop is designed to prepare students in grades 6-8 to be safe when they’re home alone, watching younger siblings, or babysitting.  Students learn how to prevent unsafe situations and what to do when faced with dangers such as power failures or weather emergencies.  The instructor-led class is filled with fun games and role-playing exercises.  Students even get to use manikins to practice rescue skills like choking rescue and CPR.

Classes are offered at Nations Ford Community Church on the following dates from 9am-4pm:

October 6, 2018

Registration fee is $20.00.  To Register, CLICK HERE

Visit the Nations Ford SafeSitter site online
Nations Ford Community Church–Academy Building
5901 Nations Ford Road
Charlotte, NC 28217



Baptist Children’s Homes Annual Offering

Baptist Children’s Homes of North Carolina (BCH) brings hope and healing to children and families in crisis. For more than 130 years,  the nonprofit has offered caring homes to countless boys and girls who come from circumstances ranging from family dysfunctionto situations of abuse, neglect and abandonment.

The organization provides a myriad of services including children’s residential care, family care for single mothers and their children, homes for developmentally disabled adults, weekday education, and a resource-based program for aging adults.

BCH and its highly-trained staff serve all 100 counties with locations in 21 North Carolina communities plus an orphanage in Guatemala.

“For the Son of man is come to seek and to save that which was lost.” // Luke 19:10

In 2016, 147 decision were made for Christ! Your prayers and support through the ANNUAL OFFERING changes children’s lives! Because of your participation in the offering, boys and girls lost in a world of abuse, neglect and dysfunction are resscued and given a compassionate refuge at Baptist Children’s Homes of North Carolina.

Most of all, North Carolina children are introduced to the life-changing love of Jesus. 80% of Baptist Children’s Homes’ residents come to us unchurched and unreached for Christ. 

Your gift brings hope to children and families.

Pray for Me Campaign

Would your church commit to intergenerational prayer?

How can we connect more adults with more young people more naturally than ever before?

The Pray for Me Campaign was born out of this question. We believe every young person needs a team of Prayer Champions strategically praying for them. The Pray for Me Campaign creates a vast web of intergenerational relationships for young people and equips adult believers to pass on a sustainable faith to the next generation.

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