Worship Time: Sunday at 10:00 a.m.
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Why do you say the Apostles' Creed each week?

The Apostles' Creed contains the core beliefs that the Christian Church has taught since the Council of Nicea in 325 AD, which were revised in 381 AD, and have been passed on generation to generation . This is staggering, if you stop and think about it. We at Acts 2 believe it is important to understand that we are a part of something much bigger than ourselves, our denomination, our country, and even our time.

The church of Jesus Christ spans century and millennia, as well as beyond state and nation. When we say that “we believe in the holy catholic church", we are simply using the traditional definition of "catholic", with a small “c”, which means universal. Therefore, by saying the Apostle's Creed we state that we understand and believe we are connected to every Christian in the world of all denomination, no less than all of Christ’s followers around the globe. We now share that Good News that has been passed on to us since the time of Christ and the first Christians as found in the book of Acts chapter 2.

New to Charlotte?

We welcome you in the name of the Lord Jesus Christ! We invite you to get to know our church family, and we hope you will consider making Little Rock your church home. You’ll find Little Rock to be a welcoming congregation.

This site is designed to give you information about who we are, what we are about and how you can get involved. Explore, search and then ask questions. We encourage all three and hope to be able to give you a glimpse of what you can expect to find here at Little Rock. We would be happy to answer any questions you might have or simply pray with you.

How to Find Us

We are located in Charlotte, North Carolina. For directions and maps, please see our Map and Direction page. Parking is available.

A Warm Welcome

The best way to get to know us is to attend our Sunday morning worship service at 10:00 am. When you enter our church, you’ll be greeted by our ushers. One of our ushers will help you find a seat in our beautiful sanctuary. Our church is fully handicapped-accessible.

The Lord’s Supper

The Lord’s Supper, or Communion, happens on the first Sunday of every month at Little Rock. During this time, we pass trays of bread, signifying Jesus’s body, and cups of juice, representing Jesus’s blood. After a short prayer and reflection, we all fellowship together.

Our Nursery

Little Rock offers an adult-supervised nursery during Sunday morning worship for babies up to age four. Staff members are certified in child safety. We provide a safe and nurturing environment that cultivates a love for God and respect for others. Children are signed in and picked up by a parent or guardian.

Visitor FAQ

What time do services start?

Sunday school starts at 9:00 am followed by morning worship at 10:00 am.

What is the music like?

We have a blended style of music during worship. At Little Rock, we believe in making “a joyful noise to the Lord.” You’ll hear contemporary praise songs, traditional hymns, instrumental music, as well as piano, hammond and organ music. We have an adult a youth choir and a praise band so there is something for everyone.