Sunday Worship

You’re invited. Always.

Sunday Worship is our opportunity to celebrate our connection not only to the body of Christ that is the church, but to God. Glorifying and enjoying God is our highest calling, and worship is the central place we do this.

Worship with Us

One body, many ways to worship

Sundays at 10 a.m.

In-person in Oxford Hall or Livestream

Come as you are to this more contemporary worship service.

Sundays at 10 a.m.

In-person in the Sanctuary or Livestream

Worship with organ, hymns, and preaching from the pulpit.

Returns for Advent on 11/28

Work in Progress is a 20-minute online experience from our pastors designed to enrich your spiritual life.

Current Sermon Series

All of our worship services address the same weekly scripture throughout each series.

A Holy Mess, November 27 – December 18

During Advent, we often talk about hope, peace, joy, and love. Jesus’s arrival brings all of these, but getting there is messy. Through the Gospel of Matthew, we’ll consider tectonic rearrangements, a complicated genealogy, and uncertain circumstances; the mess through which the Savior is born. His presence is Emmanuel, God with us, amid the mess. God’s presence makes the mess holy, then and now.


with Myers Park Presbyterian Church

Christmas Eve Services

Saturday, December 24 | Sanctuary & Oxford Hall

  • 2 p.m. | Traditional & Celebrate | Nursery and livestream available
  • 5 p.m. | Traditional & Celebrate | Nursery available
  • 8 p.m. | Traditional with Communion | Livestream available
  • 11 p.m. | Traditional with Communion

    Christmas Day Service

    Sunday, December 25 | 10 a.m. | Sanctuary

    We will gather together for one worship service this day. No nursery care available.


    New Year's Day Service

    Sunday, January 1 | 10 a.m. | Sanctuary & Oxford Hall

    We will return to our normal schedule to begin the new year. No nursery care available.

    Visiting Myers Park Pres

    What to Expect

    First of all, welcome! It’s not always the easiest or most comfortable thing to visit a church for the first time. In short: we’re an inclusive, spirit-filled community of faith at work in Charlotte, NC and around the world.  

    What are services like?

    We have number of worshiping opportunities each Sunday, and have special worship services throughout the year. The section above is regularly updated with the latest info.

    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. Our pastors and church leaders are available at the doors after services to greet visitors and answer any questions.

    What about my kids?

    Children are welcomed in each worship service as well. There are worship bags that 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.

    We have a nursery for the littlest ones on the first floor of the B-Building. Check with a greeter or usher when you arrive and they’ll point you in the right direction.

    How should I particpate?

    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.

    Myers Park Presbyterian Church

    2501 Oxford Place
    Charlotte, NC 28207