Being the hands and feet of Jesus in this world is a large part of who we are. We desire for our students to use their God-given strengths and talents in service to others. Each student at Charlotte Christian has the opportunity to engage in a missions project on a local, national or international level. From writing letters to soldiers to spending a week in a foreign country, Charlotte Christian students are taught to be salt and light to a world that is in need of the gospel of Christ.
Lower school students traditionally do mission projects on a classroom or grade level. They visit nursing homes, collect shoeboxes for Operation Christmas Child, and collect items for Harvest Center just to name a few. Middle school students participate in school-organized Service Learning days and take one day out of the school year to participate in a missions project with their entire grade. Upper school students participate in many missions’ projects throughout the year with their classes, clubs and teams. In addition, they also have the opportunity to travel nationally and/or internationally to serve often during the summer.
The following organizations are just some of the places that have been served by Charlotte Christian students.
Boy Scouts of America – Eagle Scout projects
Crisis Assistance Ministry
Habitat for Humanity
Joy Prom - Carmel Baptist Church
Kids Against Hunger
Laps of Love
Rainbow Express Camp for Handicapped – Matthews United Methodist Church