All Church services
Charlotte-Mecklenburg Emergency Management Office,
'Stay-at-Home' order for ALL County residents.
There will be an abbreviated LIVE STREAMED Sunday's Service
on . You can also view it here on our website.
Our website is designed to give an introduction to our Church and to our many
opportunities for Worship, Service, and Fellowship.
We hope that you will visit us in person so that we might welcome you to our
services of worship and introduce you to the many activities of our church.
Yours in Christ, Rev. Jay T. Weigel
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Third Presbyterian Church News Updates.
"Church Member Prayer Focus"
Each week we rotate church members and/or families in this box.
5/29 - Sundays Service May 31st with Holy Communion
will be in the parking lot. Bring a chair or stay in your car. It's Pentecost, Wear RED.
Melvin and Brenda have temporarily gone to be with their daughter in Raleigh as Melvin has hurt his back.
5/19 - Coronavirus News!
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5/1 - Please keep the Dixon's family uplifted in prayer. Brenda is in the care of Hospice. She is still at home and would also like cards. If you would like to take a meal to the Dixon's, please call Melvin and arrange a time.
5/1 - Marilyn Sanders is at Asbury Rehab Center@Aldersgate. She would love to receive cards and calls from our members. Her address is 3211 Bishop Way Lane, Room 206 Dillworth Building, Charlotte, NC 28215.
From a very early age, children are taught their ABC's. The ABC's are fundamental to
every literate society. Similarly, the ABC's are a good way to organize the teachings
of the church.
Third Presbyterian Church will embark on a 2-year journey to get to know God's word
and respond more deeply in our calling to follow our Lord Jesus Christ. For the next
two years, each month will have a different letter of the alphabet assigned to it.
Each week will have a designated theme. Each day will have two Bible readings
on that theme. Everyone is encouraged to make these Bible readings a part of your
Fhe sermon for each Sunday will be from one of the Bible readings from that
week and the subject to be preached will be the theme for the week.
The Wednesday Morning Share Life Bible studies will also study the weekly
theme. These studies start at 10:30 AM.
The goal is that every Christian will have the opportunity to grow in their
Christian faith and seek to become more like our Lord Jesus Christ in how we live,
serve and love others.
"What does the Lord your God ask of you but to fear the Lord your God, to walk in
obedience to Him, to love Him, to serve Him with all your heart and with all your
soul.... God defends the cause of the poor and the needy. He loves them and gives
them food and clothing." (Deuteronomy 10:11-13, 18)