Worship, Prayer, and Community
From the moment you arrive at Mallard Creek Presbyterian Church, you will find a community ready to welcome you, engage you, and help you become part of a vibrant faith community.
However, 2020 brought with it the COVID-19 pandemic, altering how we are and do church at Mallard Creek. Normally, you would meet us in our Sunday morning worship, live and in person. You would greet, meet, and get to know folks right away. But, of course, now your first encounter with us may be online. You will see the smaller, socially-distanced, be-masked congregation gathered for worship, but you will be in the comfort of your own home. WE ARE STILL INTERESTED IN YOU AND WANT YOU TO EXPERIENCE ALL WE ARE AND OFFER.
So, browse through this website and check out all the ways we are doing church in this extraordinary time in all manner of online opportunities. If you do venture out to be with us, we will welcome you, assure you that all safety and health protocols are practiced, and offer you meaningful worship, community, and grace.
Mallard Creek Presbyterian Church
1600 W. Mallard Creek Church Road
Charlotte, NC 28262
Frequently Asked Questions
You’ll find ample parking on the sides and behind the church, as well as more accessible handicap spaces. For seniors, Mallard Creek offers exclusive parking between the sanctuary and activity buildings.
Blending traditional scripture, prayer and liturgy with relevant Biblically based topics, Mallard Creek is a place where you can rediscover and strengthen your faith. Dress as you like and explore a full morning of worship at the 10:00 service or watch online.
Mallard Creek celebrates communion during services held on the first Sunday of even-numbered months. If you share the Christian faith, you’re welcome to take communion. Should you wish to discuss your relationship with God before receiving communion, please contact our pastor.
Grow in your faith and connect with the Mallard Creek family by studying various topics in weekly Sunday School classes. With eight different classes for adults of all ages, you can find the group that best inspires you to explore the Bible and your purpose in God’s world.
Making friends, having fun and learning beloved Bible stories through games and activities—that’s what Children’s Sunday School does best. Children (preschool through sixth grade) are invited to attend. Younger children (through age two) are invited to visit the nursery during Sunday School.
Weekly Sunday School classes offer teens a non-judgmental setting to discuss topical issues and learn how a relationship with Christ is relevant to their lives. Classes are offered for both middle school and high school students.