This year we're sending teams to Argentina, Dominican Republic, Guatemala, Jamaica, India and Slovakia to serve the hungry, hurting and broken around the world. We invite you to travel with us as we set out to make a difference.
Are you interested in being a part of one of Meck's global extension mission trips? We want to give you all of the information you need and answer any questions as you make your decision. In order to do that, we're hosting a meeting at our North Charlotte Campus on Sunday, February 14 at 12:30 p.m. Team leaders from each of the planned trips will be there ready to give you the scoop on what it's like to be a part of the team!
The meeting will last for about an an hour and we'll even provide refershments and childcare. So will you at least check it out? Register below to help us with our headcount for adults and children.
The heart of our mission is the evangelization and transformation of culture through the local church. The 2016 Church and Culture Conference will bring all new content coupling the latest cultural insights with bleeding-edge best practices.
Church and Culture is partnering with Mecklenburg Community Church to co-host the 2016 Church and Culture Conference. Mecklenburg Community Church has 11,000 active attenders with 70 percent growth from people who were previously unchurched. Together we're hosting the conference in four strategic cities: Charlotte, Manchester, Bracknell and Cambridge.
Click here for more details and registration.
Sharing our faith is one of the most important things Jesus tells us to do, but it can also be one of the most intimidating! This four-week class will provide practical insight into how to share your faith. We'll explore how to have spiritual conversations, how to share our own stories, how to explain the good news of Jesus simply, and so much more.
Instructor: Casey Jordan
Date: Every Tuesday from March 8 to March 29
Charlotte Rescue Mission is an organization committed to serving people struggling with addiction, poverty, or hopelessness. It provides residential recovery programs that help people achieve long-term sobriety, find employment and stable housing, and restore and build healthy relationships.
It is through this program that Meck is able to serve by taking one morning every two months to provide breakfast at the Mission.
Join us on Thursday, March 10th from 5:30 a.m. – 7:30 a.m. to participate in this serve day.
The address and contact information for Charlotte Rescue Mission is:
907 W 1st Street
Charlotte, NC 28202
Registration for these serve days takes place on the Charlotte Rescue Mission website. NOTE, you will need to create a user profile where you will indicate that you are part of Meck's group. To do so, click "Sign In" where you will be prompted to create an account. The registration link will redirect you to the website where you can register.
The minimum age for serving with Charlotte Rescue Mission is 13 years old, and the group cap for this serve day is 10 people.