St. Paul Baptist Church - Charlotte, NC

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1401 Allen Street
Charlotte, NC 28205 Charlotte Rate and review
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To become a community of believers who represent a "Ray of Hope" to our congregation, surrounding neighborhood and beyond. Saint Paul is a safe haven and equipping station where each person who enters our doors can experience God and His transforming power their lives and in their relationships with others. Saint Paul is a place where teaching the Word of God is central and made relevant to spiritually equip, mature and empower people to represent Christ as a lifestyle through exercising their own calling and giftedness.

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