Based on the recommendation of state and local authorities, we are cancelling all Sunday worship services and activities from now through April 5th. A video sermon will be available online at 10am every Sunday as we continue to walk through the book of Mark in our Follow series. Our weekly podcast will also be available.

While it is truly disappointing to miss these opportunities to connect and grow together, we are taking seriously our responsibility to love each other and our vulnerable neighbors well and to free time and resources for care and missional engagement.

If you have any needs or questions, contact the W242 Health Team at [email protected] We encourage you to be praying for each other, for those on the front lines of care, and for those who are at risk. You can also email [email protected]  anytime with updates and requests.

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Meditation: Roots & Ashes Gallery Opening - POSTPONED

``Meditation: Roots & Ashes`` is a two person art exhibit that reflects the diversity of beauty & explores the paradoxes found in our lives. As we seek Jesus, we seek truth. Creative works can lead us to truths that aren't always easy to see or easy to grasp. As a church we may seek truth further by engaging with artists simply by showing up, looking at their artworks, and asking any questions we may have.


2020 Women's Retreat - POSTPONED

We invite you to gather with women from our community March 27-29. Join with other women of Warehouse for a weekend out of our normal Charlotte hussle to slow down and spend time together exploring the ideas of refreshment, revival and restoration as our speaker, Cammie Howard, takes us through Romans. While Cami will speak in a large group setting there is also opportunities for small group discussion and plenty of down time to relax, laugh, and get to know each other! The retreat is held at the Valle Crucis Conference Center in Banner Elk, NC. The cost of this year's retreat is $187.


Tenebrae 2020

Tenebrae is a contemplative service to remember Jesus’ death as we experience artistic responses to the seven last words of Jesus on the cross. We'll gather from 7-8pm on Friday, April 10th. Childcare is available for infants through pre-K and a separate Tennebrae service for elementary. We encourage you to come with the whole family for this worshipful evening of visual art, theatre, dance, spoken word, and music.


Easter Community Picnic

This year we’re heading back up to Nevin Community Park for our annual Easter Community Picnic! We’re reserved Shelter #1, close to the playground. Pack a lunch, load up your chairs, blankets, and yard games, invite some friends, and join us for lunch and some friendly competition in the horseshoe pit after the service on Sunday, April 12!


Defiant Hope: Christian Lament Amidst Pain and Suffering

Kelly M. Kapic is Professor of Theological Studies at Covenant College and the author or editor of fifteen books, including Embodied Hope: A Theological Meditation on Pain and Suffering, which won the Christianity Today book of the year award in the area of Theology and Ethics, and Becoming Whole: Why the Opposite of Poverty isn’t the American Dream, with economist Brian Fikkert.


Join a Small Group

Small Groups have one simple purpose: to bring people together. We believe God created us to live in relationship with others and only then can we live the full life He intends for us. Sharing life through community is part of our design, but meaningful relationships aren't always easy to find. That's why Small Groups exist - to make these life-changing relationships relevant and accessible to you.