Category Archives: Spirituality and Religion

Finish The Wall completes unfinished faith-based construction projects

Union County Weekly Posted by Crystal O’Gorman on April 6, 2015 in News Joel Davis, an engineer from Waxhaw, felt compelled to start south Charlotte-based nonprofit Finish The Wall not long after returning from a mission trip with Carmel Baptist … Continue reading

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St. John’s Youth Fast for the Hungry

South Charlotte Weekly Posted by Crystal O’Gorman on March 16, 2015 in News Seventy-one sixth through twelfth graders in St. John’s Episcopal Church’s youth ministry in south Charlotte fasted for 30 hours during their 16th annual 30-Hour Famine to raise … Continue reading

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African Children’s Choir to light up the stage at Mint Hill churches

Matthews – Mint Hill Weekly Posted by Crystal O’Gorman on March 9, 2015 in Arts & Entertainment, News MINT HILL – The African Children’s Choir will take the stage for several free performances at Mint Hill churches later this month. … Continue reading

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Abundant Life Church will double in size and occupancy

Matthews – Mint Hill Weekly Posted by Crystal O’Gorman on March 6, 2015 in News MATTHEWS – Rev. Brent Watts of Abundant Life Church believed sacrificing for another church would help his own congregation grow. He was right. After travelling … Continue reading

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One7 provides refuge for those who need help

The Charlotte Observer City News Sunday, January 25, 2015 David Garrett never expected to open an after-school program for impoverished and underprivileged children. Garrett grew up in Tennessee, the son of a judge, but said he spent his teens and … Continue reading

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