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First Fellowship moves to new locale
Church hosts first service on Lawyers Road
 
Published Sunday, October 20, 2013 11:20 am
by Staff Reports

First Fellowship Ministries of Charlotte has a new home.

The non-denominational church hosted its first services at its new sanctuary at 7700 Lawyers Road on Oct. 20. It relocated from Grier's Chapel, where the congregation spent three years. Before that, the church held services for two years at Lincoln Heights Elementary School in west Charlotte.  

First Fellowship Ministries grew out of First Baptist Church-West in 2006 with 20 members meeting for Sunday school at Carol B. Hefner Recreation Center on Seventh Street.  After two months, the group moved to the Gold Hill Pavilion Shopping Center on North Tryon Street and added the Rev. James B. Humphrey III as guest preacher. In 2007, he became the full-time pastor. 

 

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