Welcome! We’re glad you’ve decided to check out Myers Park Presbyterian Church. It’s not always the easiest thing to visit a church for the first time, but we hope you’ll feel comfortable and welcomed.
In short: We’re an inclusive, spirit-filled community of faith at work in Charlotte, NC and around the world.
What type of church is this?
Myers Park Presbyterian is a Christian church affiliated with the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.). We are committed to affirming the dignity and humanity of every person and strive to create a welcoming environment for all God’s children.
What is worship like?
We have two concurrent services each Sunday: Traditional & Celebrate Worship. Both take place at 8:45 & 11 a.m. throughout the school year, and at 10 a.m. during the summer months.
Traditional worship is just that – a reformed protestant service featuring hymns, prayer, scripture reading, and a sermon. Bible scripture verses are read aloud, some folks
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, so 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 you may have
What about my kids?
Childcare is available every Sunday! Check with an usher at the door if you’re curious. Children are welcomed in each worship service as well. There are worship bags which include crayons and drawing sheets, and there is a children’s moment during which young people are invited to the front to hear a short message tailored to them.
What should I wear?
Wear what you feel comfortable in! The Traditional service tends to see folks a little more dressed up. Some wear suits while others have open collars and no tie. The Celebrate service is casual. We hope you’ll feel comfortable however you arrive.
Getting here and parking
Our address is 2501 Oxford Place, Charlotte, NC 28207 and is the location of our accessible parking lot. Primary parking is available at the Outreach Center and is an easy walk from the main church campus. Limited street parking is also available. The below map is a good resource!
What kind of work do you do?
Through a lifelong approach to faith formation, we grow as disciples of Jesus Christ. In our Weekday School, Children and Youth Ministries, Sunday School classes, youth group, Bible studies, women’s circles, book clubs and more, we learn to love God and our neighbors.
Visit myersparkpres.org to explore discipleship opportunities for children, families, youth, and adults of all ages.
We are committed to uplifting our shared community through partnerships with non-profit organizations and agencies. We engage our community through service and discipleship opportunities as well as direct financial support.
Our partnerships in the Congo, Cuba, El Salvador, Hungary, and Uganda allow us to respond to Jesus’ invitation to love God and love our neighbor as ourselves in a global context. We work hard to develop long-term relationships with integrity. Global partners lead the way and prioritize goals and projects.
We are united both in our need for care and the desire to care for one another. We look to Christ as the model of compassion and as our guide in the work of the Christian faith. Some of the many ways we can walk alongside you during life’s trials include praying for and with you; providing an advocate for a health crisis or chronic illness; and offering confidential care through our Stephen Ministry, pastoral staff and Presbyterian Psychological Services.
Our wellness ministry offers a safe, supportive environment to become physically, spiritually, and emotionally healthier
Alright, we like where this is going! Worshipping God is the primary way we live out our faith, and there are many opportunities to go beyond.
- Subscribe to email updates using the form below.
- Consider joining the church through a New Member Class. These classes take place quarterly on Sunday mornings. Look for the next class on the front of the bulletin, or contact Betsy Gantt for the next class date and time.
- Attend one of the many Sunday morning Discipleship Classes, which cover a variety of topics and take place at 9:45 a.m. on Sundays.
- Explore ways to serve at our church, our community, and our world.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org and we’ll find answers to any question you might still have! Hope to hear from you soon.