An inclusive, spirit-filled community of faith in Charlotte, NC.
Myers Park is a member of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.), the largest Presbyterian denomination in the country and a part of the Reformed tradition. We are committed to affirming the dignity and humanity of every person, and strive to create a welcoming environment for all God’s children.
Claimed by the Love of God in Jesus Christ,
we are called into this community of faith;
living out our love for God
in worship, study, and service;
loving and supporting one another
as we join God’s transforming work
in our city and in the world.
You’re invited. Always.
People arrive at churches for many reasons and come with varied levels of desire for engagement and participation. Some look to “dive right in” and get involved as much as possible. Others prefer to take their time and get to know the rhythms of the church before they plug into anything in particular. We want to honor and accommodate your call no matter where you find yourself on that spectrum.
Two distinct opportunities
Join us in Oxford Hall for a contemporary worship service.
Child care available
Join us in the Sanctuary for a traditional worship service.
Child care available
Visiting Myers Park Pres
What to Expect
What are sevices like?
Traditional worship is just that – a reformed protestant service featuring hymns, prayer, scripture reading, and a sermon. Hymns are sung out of the red hymnbooks available in each pew. The specific songs are listed in the bulletin you’ll be handed on the way in. This service takes place in the Sanctuary and lasts for one hour.
Celebrate Worship is a more contemporary service, led by a band and featuring Christian praise music, prayer, scripture reading, and a sermon. We’ll have the words to the music on the screen, feel free to sing as much as you feel comfortable. This service takes place in Oxford Hall and lasts for one hour.
Visitors won’t be singled out or made to feel uncomfortable in any way. There’s no altar call. Our pastors and church leaders are available at the doors after services to greet visitors and answer any questions.
What about my kids?
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Myers Park Presbyterian Church
2501 Oxford Place
Charlotte, NC 28207
HistoryNearly a century ago, a small group of neighbors in the Myers Park neighborhood knocked on doors to invite residents to join a new congregation. They organized themselves into existence and petitioned the Presbytery to issue a charter to establish Myers Park Presbyterian Church in 1926. Today, it is one of the largest churches in the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.). This church has united as disciples of Christ; the greater the challenge, the better.
Through God, MPPC has supported the creation of Selwyn Avenue and Trinity Presbyterian Churches, helped incubate The Learning Collaborative, launched Crossroads Corporation, and affirmed the work of countless organizations in Charlotte and around the world. We put our feet to our faith and take pride in the things we do with God’s help.