The church in Charlotte was reestablished in 1998 through a migration of saints from all over the United States. In 2004, the church completed
the construction of a meeting hall that can seat over 300 saints (8700 Hood Road, Charlotte, NC 28215) and sits on 12 acres of land. About 120
currently gather on Lord’s Day mornings, including about 25 children. Saints also meet in small groups all over the city and its suburbs. The
racial composition of the church is about 50% White, with the remaining 50% a mix of Asian, Black, and Hispanic. For many years, there has
been a burden for the main campus here, University of North Carolina at Charlotte (UNCC), but there has never been a campus team. This
burden is blossoming anew, and the church looks to the Lord to establish a team here soon. The church has two houses across the street from the campus, and other saints live nearby.