We hope you’ll consider making Christ Church your spiritual home.

Our goal is to love God, care for each other, and serve the world. Our spiritual home is a place to deepen our faith and connect with others, empowering us to go out into the world as Christ’s hands and feet.

How to Become a Member

Transfer of Membership

If you wish to transfer your membership from another church, please contact Kathryn Saunders at She will gather your information and request the transfer, along with baptism and/or confirmation dates, and send you a letter of acknowledgement once the transfer is complete.


The basic requirement for membership in any Episcopal Church is baptism. The Episcopal Church recognizes all Christian baptisms regardless of denomination. Learn more about baptism here. If you wish to be baptized at Christ Church, please contact Emily Skinner at or 704-714-6978.

For where two or three are gathered in my name, I am there among them.

– Matthew 18:20

Youth Confirmation


Sunday, June 2, 2024

Confirmation is the laying on of hands by an Episcopal Bishop in a service of worship. Those confirmed in another Episcopal congregation may request to have their letter of membership transferred from the previous congregation. Those confirmed by a Bishop in the Catholic, Lutheran, or Eastern Orthodox Church may be received by an Episcopal Bishop in a worship service.

Eighth Grade Confirmation

Our eighth grade students typically participate in confirmation classes as a group beginning each fall. For more information, contact Savannah Jane Williams at or 704-714-6975.

Adult Confirmation

Christ Church offers a ten-week Adult Confirmation Class on Sunday mornings beginning in January of each year. These classes are for any adult who wishes to be confirmed in the Episcopal Church, or for anyone who wishes to learn more about the basics of faith. The classes explore the basics of Christianity and the Episcopal Church. Registration is required. See details here.

The annual confirmation service with one of our Bishops usually takes place in the late spring or early summer. For more information, contact the Church office.