Faith

A life lesson under the Genko tree

For weeks Tonya Rivens walked past a large tree growing near the sidewalk on Trade Street, never realizing the lessons it would teach.

Nations Ford Community Church prepares to install new pastor

At Nations Ford Community Church, the Rev. Phillip JR Davis will be installed to lead the church his father founded more than 27 years ago.

Pastor Greg Moss ends 17-year tenure at St. Paul’s Baptist

The Rev. Greg Moss, one of Charlotte’s most prominent activist pastors, is stepping down after 17 years at St. Paul’s Baptist Church.

Putting Faith in Health: Healthy Churches 2020

Renee Williams, a pastor at the Love Fellowship Church in Charlotte, talks about health and its relationship with faith. She’ll be attending this year’s Healthy Churches conference.

Travis Greene returns to Charlotte with chart-topping gospel hit

At 31, the former Charlotte resident said he is looking forward to the chapters to come in a life and career dedicated to praising God.

Cassandra O’Neal: Walking in her purpose

Gospel recording artist Cassandra O’Neal talks with Qcitymetro writer Tawanda Black about her music and her role in the local musical “Daughter of the King.”

Coming to Charlotte: A health conference with a focus on churches

Pernessa Seele, founder and CEO of The Balm in Gilead, talks with Qcitymetro about her upcoming Healthy Churches 2020 conference, which arrives in Charlotte November 4.

‘Daughter of the King’

For local playwright S. Kristi Douglas, a “spiritually tumultuous series of events” provided inspiration for her faith-filled musical, “Daughter of the King,” which will be performed Oct. 24 at Pease Auditorium.

Building bridges as an expression of faith

In Charlotte this week, American Baptist Churches of the South (Area III) is holding a two-day conference focused on cross-cultural and cross-racial outreach.

A different kind of walk though the uptown Transit Center

Four members of the “Reconciled Church” movement get an up-close look at the place where some say much of Charlotte’s street crime originates.

An amazing night of worship

“Grateful” is how I would describe my feelings for being allowed to host the “One Place Live” CD release for gospel artist Tasha Cobbs.

It’s not too late for a fourth-quarter victory

This year is coming to a close. You still have three months — the fourth quarter — to accomplish the things you set out to do this year.

Curry offers possible preview of agenda as new presiding bishop of Episcopal Church

North Carolina Bishop Michael Curry, who will be installed next month as the new head of the Episcopal Church in the United States, offered a possible preview Sunday of his agenda.

Learn to laugh through difficult times

ON FAITH: I’ve learned to trust and believe the Lord for my daily bread, and it has allowed me to enjoy life at a whole new level.

Congregation celebrates the life, legacy of Bishop Phillip Davis

Members of Nations Ford Community Church gathered Monday to honor the life and legacy of their senior pastor, Bishop Phillip […]

News & Buzz

Corine Mack, president of the Charlotte-Mecklenburg branch of the NAACP talks with reporters at a press conference at Little Rock AME Zion Church in Charlotte, March 29, 2017. (Qcitymetro)

NAACP will meet with Korean American group to discuss incident in Charlotte beauty supply store

The meeting will be hosted by the Community Relations Committee, a city-county organization created to enforce local human relations and...

Entertainment

Firehouse - 9

A peek inside Firehouse Bar & Lounge, soon to be Charlotte’s newest hot spot

Owner Clarence Boston said he hopes the lounge, located near Bank of America Stadium, will attract young professionals of all...

Commentary

Martha Cooper-Hudson

Collaboration is key to success for black women entrepreneurs

As black women in business, we must view one another as potential collaborators, not as competitors.

Health

Obamacare

Republicans unveil plan to dismantle Obamacare; critics pounce

The GOP plan calls for ending health insurance mandates and rolling back extra healthcare funding for the poor .

People

Scene at the “Back 2 the 80s” concert tour at Ovens Auditorium, Saturday, March 25, featuring: Whodini, Big Daddy Kane, Slick Rick, Al B. Sure, Force MDs, Hi-Five, Cherrelle, and Doug E. Fresh. (Photos: Courtesy of Media Arts Collective)

Photo Gallery: ‘Back 2 the 80s’ concert at Ovens Auditorium

Scene at the “Back 2 the 80s” concert in Charlotte, featuring: Whodini, Big Daddy Kane, Slick Rick, Al B. Sure,...

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Maya Angelou: And Still I Rise
3.31
The 5th Annual Charlotte African-American Festival
3.31
Women Symposium and Networking Fair
3.31
The 5th Annual Charlotte African-American Festival
4.1
CMPD Sexual Assault Awareness Event