COVID-19 Announcement from Meck
Join us via our Online Campus this weekend! In light of COVID-19 and the requests of the NC Governor, we are canceling church services and events at our physical campus for the foreseeable future. Join us via our Online Campus on Sunday (8:15, 9:30 and 11 a.m. and 1:30, 5:30, 7 and 8:30 p.m.) and Tuesday (12 and 7:30 p.m.).


Here for care and prayer

You don't have to go through life alone.

The Community Care ministry provides emotional and spiritual support through several teams and our pastoral staff. Whatever is going on in your life, we would love to talk and pray with you and help you discover your next step.

Please follow the link below to submit a prayer request, request a meal or card for a loved one, request a pastoral meeting, receive referrals to counselors in the area or receive premarital information.


Community Care Teams

Care Team

Meck's Care Team provides support and encouragement to other Meck members and attenders in need. This team provides support such as sending cards and gifts baskets, cooking meals, praying for submitted prayer requests and visiting people in the hospital. If you are interested in joining our Care Team or are already a member, join us for one of our monthly meetings to learn about the ministry and new opportunities to show God's love! 

Marriage Prep

Marriage Prep classes are designed for those who are seriously dating or engaged to learn what a healthy marriage looks like, and to help the couple decide the next step in their relationship. This class, as well as the pre-marital guidance sessions, is required to be married by a Mecklenburg Community Church pastor.

Wedding Inquiry Form

Celebrate Recovery

Celebrate Recovery is a safe place to address destructive or compulsive behaviors, unhealthy relationships, addictions (drugs, alcohol, food, pornography), anger, shame, codependency (addiction to people and control), past abuse and so much more - we often call these hurts, habits or hang-ups. At Celebrate Recovery, everyone meets together to hear either a recovery centered teaching or a personal testimony of a changed life, followed by a time we break into separate gender groups where each person is safe to share their struggles and victories with others who share their similar hurts, habits and hang-ups. Groups also follow a Christ-centered 12-step program to uncover the “why” behind addictions and behavior so that freedom can be found. See the community events calendar below for our next meeting.