FCC celebrates the 100th anniversary of breaking ground in the Dilworth neighborhood of Charlotte in 1921.
We are excited to celebrate 100 years of holy ground! In honor of this celebration, we will host events in conjunction with All Saints Sunda, November 7th. Please view the schedule below for details of the weekend! We hope you can join us!
Events of that weekend:
Saturday, November 6th: All Day:We invite our members as well as the Dilworth neighborhood to join us as we remember the “saints” by writing significant names on small, white flags that will serve as a memorial to those who have gone before us.
Saturday, November 6th: 6:30 p.m. – 8:30 p.m. All are invited and welcome to attend a special art exhibition featuring FCC’s own Hoan Rahlan as well as Dioveris Lopez, in celebration of their residency as Culture Bearers, QC Family Tree. QC Family Tree is a neighborhood-based community organization working at the intersection of faith, culture and social change. Exhibition will be held at Warehouse 242, 2307 Wilkinson Blvd. Charlotte. Tickets are FREE but must be reserved in advance. Click here to reserve tickets.
Sunday, November 7th: 11 a.m. Worship will include special music, an All Saints Celebration, and a food truck in our parking lot for lunch that will be available to the neighborhood as well as the church. After worship, those attending will be invited to stand out on the lawn (weather permitting) and sing the song “Holy Ground” together and then share lunch outdoors.
FCC is taking many precautions to provide a safe Worship experience, but there is a level of risk assumed in attendance due to the nature of COVID.
We encourage everyone to be vaccinated for COVID, following the advice of their medical professional. People who are experiencing any COVID-related symptoms or who have underlying health conditions which may put them at risk are advised to stay home, stay safe and participate via our online services. People who are immunocompromised are advised to consult with your doctor about the advisability of attending services with other masked people.