Trinity Chapel Charlotte (ARP) is a parish church in the Presbyterian tradition gathering and growing strong disciples of Christ through Word, Sacraments, and Prayer. We are a mission of the Associate Reformed Presbyterian Church.

Kirkin’ o’ the Tartan 2020

Join Trinity Chapel for our annual Kirkin’ o’ the Tartan! This is a yearly celebration of our Presbyterian heritage, as well as a time to commit ourselves and our families to Christ and His service in the new year. Our 2020 Kirkin’ service will be on Sunday, January 19 at 10AM. Weather permitting we will meet at the clubhouse and commons area…

Advent 2019

“The people who walked in darkness have seen a great light; those who dwelt in the land of the shadow of death, upon them a light has shined.” -Isaiah 9:2 Over 2,000 years ago God became one of us and entered into the world. He did not come to judge the world, but that the world through Him might be saved. We…

Advent 2018 is Coming: Resources for the Season

This December will be year Anno Mundi  5,779 by the Jewish calendar. For the rabbinical Hebraic devout, time is marked by Creation of humankind. Christians—Jew and Gentile— mark time by a different calendar. I am not referring to the Gregorian calendar. The Church calendar developed across the centuries so that believers mark time according to the major events in the life of…

Welcome Home Sunday!

Trinity Chapel Charlotte was founded in order to reach those folks who are settling in South Charlotte. We are blessed to live in the beautiful Carolinas (NC and SC). With the majestic mountains to the west of us, the picturesque Carolina beaches to the east, and the rolling green hills of the Piedmont in-between, we are just about in paradise. But even…

Christ is Risen: A Song about the Resurrection and World Missions

It was Holy Week. I was preparing a message on how the resurrection of Jesus Christ had become the theology centering point of St. Paul (in 1 Corinthians 15); the key eschatological moment in history. I prepared a message based on the little versicle from the Book of Common Prayer, “Christ has died, Christ is risen, Christ will come again.” The affirmation of…