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14433
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Rich in historical associations, the First Presbyterian Church of Charlotte is one of only two large-city churches in the country that occupy an entire city block in the heart of the business district.
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The State (NoCar F 251 S77), Vol. 15 Issue 25, Nov 1947, p3-4, il
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16625
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Harden states that Charlotte is a city of churches. There are one hundred and eleven of them representing eighteen denominations with over 50,000 members, or a church for every 750 people in the city. Church activities are described.
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The State (NoCar F 251 S77), Vol. 4 Issue 4, June 1936, p24
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23540
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Some of Charlotte's church-esque buildings are actually theaters, wine rooms, and art centers.
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23566
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Charlotte's Elevation Church began in 2006 when eight couples desired to start a new church. Considered a mega-church, the congregation grew to over one thousand by 2007 and gained national attention. This article details Pastor Steven Furtick's story, the church's history, and congregation growth over the past eight years.
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36257
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A Charlotte-based program assisting the city’s homeless provided its recipients a second chance for a better quality life. Assisting Urban Ministry Center with its mission to help end homelessness were services such as temporary housing during the winter at local churches. Information about the program included the individuals for whom the facility is named, John and Pat Moore. This information also cited the inspiration for Urban Ministry Center’s founding, Denver Moore, a formerly homeless individual who wrote a book about his experience.