SCW Faith Notes – April 25

Church at Charlotte to host “An Evening with the Pastors”

Church at Charlotte will host “An Evening with the Pastors” event on May 18, a Sunday, from 4 to 7 p.m., to give people a chance to learn more about the church.

The event is open to anyone who wants to learn more about the church’s mission, beliefs and find more information on how to get involved or become a member, regardless if they are a regular attendee. The church’s pastors and ministry directors also will be on hand to talk and answer questions.

The event also will include dinner, and child care will be provided for free.

People should register to attend at the church’s website, Church at Charlotte is located at 2500 Carmel Road.


Providence UMC to host Food Truck Family Jam

The community is invited to the parking lot of Providence United Methodist Church next month for the very first Food Truck Family Jam.

The event, on May 17, a Saturday, from 5 to 8 p.m., will include several local food trucks serving barbecue, gourmet sandwiches, vegetarian options, pizza, cupcakes and more, according to the church’s website. Prices will range from $5 to $10. There also will be live music and activities for children.

Find more information at www.providen Providence UMC is located at 2810 Providence Road.


St. Matthew Knights of Columbus to host bowl-a-thon

The Knights of Columbus at St. Matthew Catholic Church will host Pins for Priests Bowl-a-thon on Saturday, April 26, at 9:30 a.m. at the AMF Carolina Lanes in Matthews.

Kids, teens, couples, families and groups are invited to participate in the event, which will benefit St. Matthew seminarians and priests with educational expenses and daily needs. The goal is for each bowler to raise at least $100 through pledges for their total pins bowled in three games, so sponsors should pledge a few cents per pin, according to a news release.

Participants in the event also will receive a T-shirt, and the event also will feature door prizes and a silent auction. The church still needs donations of gift cards and other silent auction items. Businesses and professional sponsors can donate $125 to $500 for business name recognition on the sponsor poster, program booklet, back of T-shirts and lane signage.

Email Norman Gemignani at for more information on the event.


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