Welcome to Steele Creek Presbyterian Church

We are glad that you have taken time to visit our website and we invite you to visit with us. A warm and cordial welcome is extended to all visitors at Steele Creek. We hope you will encounter the living Christ and experience the warmth of our caring family of faith.

Childcare is available during all worship services of the church. The 10:30 AM Worship Service always includes a Children’s Sermon after which children ages 3 through kindergarten may leave for a supervised Kids Time.

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Upcoming Events


The Fall session of Faith and Family nights will take place on Thursdays, from September 21 - November 9, 2017. We start off with a Fellowship Dinner at 5:15 pm. Reservations are REQUIRED EACH WEEK by Tuesday at noon to Lorie Lewis, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or by completing a reservation card in the bulletin. Suggested donation for dinner is $4.00/adult, $3.00/child, under 5 yrs is free with a maximum total of $15.00/family. Following your meal, if you are able, please join us for any combination of the activities being offered: Bible Study, lead by Pastor Jeff; Children's Activities (Four years - 5th Grade) - led by Lorie Lewis; Run For God led by Mike Farnham (see separate article for more details); Praise Choir Rehearsal; Chancel Choir rehearsal. Childcare provided during all activities for younger family members (three years and under), plus, childcare and study hall provided after children’s activities for those families who are participating in choir rehearsal or other meetings/activities. For time and other details, click here.  


People run for many different reasons, whether for weight loss or improved cardiovascular health. But did you know that running could be an effective way to strengthen one's faith as well? Run for God - the 5K Challenge is a twelve-week Bible study that parallels faith and endurance all while taking those who have never run to their first 5K. The 5K challenge is designed for all levels of runners. From those who consider themselves a runner, to those who "once' considered themselves a runner, through those who "never thought they would" consider themselves a runner. Run for God is known for taking those "I Can't" comments and turning them into "I Did." Mike Farnham will be leading this journey on Thursdays, 6:15 pm - 7:45 pm beginning on September 14. Lorie Lewis, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.for questions or to register.


IT’S TIME TO GET READY FOR THE CHARLOTTE CROP WALK, AND THERE ARE A FEW CHANGES THIS YEAR! For the first time the walk will be held on a SATURDAY -- OCTOBER 14 AT 9:00 am. The route will also be a little different this year and will go through a new uptown greenway as part of the walk. Do you have a dog that likes to walk on a leash with you? Great news! For the first time, dogs on leashes are being allowed in the CROP WALK this year, so grab your dog and leash, and you’ll both be ready for the walk. Oh, and please bring some pet food for the pet food drive being held that day also. WE NEED WALKERS AND SPONSORS for our walkers, so please mark your calendars and get ready to walk with us and be a sponsor. We need your help to feed the hungry people in our community and around the world who need our help so much! If you have any questions please call Karen Cline at 704-529-1184 or the church office. THANK YOU SO MUCH!