SanctuaryPlease join us each Sunday for growth and community! We hope you feel welcomed and look forward to sharing the Love of Christ with you.






 Sunday Schedule


Adult Sunday School Classes – 9:30 am

  • Study of Isaiah:  Teacher: Various Gifted Teachers. Location: Fellowship Hall: Main Room
  • Starting on May 15th: Nate will be teaching a 5 week SHAPE spiritual gifts assessment class, giving you the opportunity to define your gifts and get plugged into ministry.  If you haven’t been through the entire SHAPE process (class, assessment and meeting with a guide, getting plugged into the right ministry for you) then you’re missing a real blessing
  • Starting on June 19th: Sharing Your FaithSteven Borders will teach a four week class on effectively sharing your faith in today’s world.  Tired of being unsure how to share Christ?  Tired of being a wimp?  Steven’s class will help you develop your spiritual toolbox so that you can begin to share your faith in Christ with others in a manner which bless both them and you.
  • College/Career Life Fellowship Class (ages 18-25). Led by Missy Evans. Location: Loaves & Fishes Bldg

Adult Worship Service  – 10:30 am in the Sanctuary


Adult Prayer & Intercession Service – 5:30 pm in the Sanctuary


College/Career Life Fellowship Ministry collegelife_header2

CLF (College/Career Life Fellowship) STG’s young adult ministry specifically designed to meet the unique needs of college-aged young adults. We do this through a wide variety of experiences that help young adults nurture a relationship with Christ in a loving community as they navigate the challenges of this life-stage.
Purpose statement: CLF helps young adults become EXPOSED to, EXPERIENCE and EXPRESS Christ, His kingdom and the biblical purposes of His church.
Contact Missy Evans (704)577-3556, for any additional information about this new ministry.

* Join us each Sunday mornings at 9:15 in the Loaves & Fishes bldg.



Women, are you ready to gather together and worship our King?  We hope you are able to join us for the next women’s night of worship on Tuesday, May 31st. We will meet at 7 pm in the St. Giles sanctuary. Feel free to invite a friend and prepare your heart to gather in unity as we lift high the name of Jesus together in our city.

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Wednesday Night IGNITEIGNITE

IGNITE is our traditional Wednesday night program, including dinner and ministry for all ages. IGNITE is a chance for the whole church to come together in mini- semesters throughout the year. It’s a time to hang out together, as well as get deeper into God’s Word.

Several times throughout the year we get together as a church and enjoy a catered meal at 5:30 pm and then have classes and programs for all ages at 6:30 pm. Our next mini semester of IGNITE will be in the fall of 2016.


adultHome Group Bible Studies

At St. Giles we have several mini semesters of Small Group Bible Studies that take place throughout the year at homes around the city in Charlotte, Matthews and Fort Mill. We are currently meeting in 10 homes around the city each Wednesday night at 7pm until May 18th. For more info on locations, call the church office 704-553-1977 or email

Connection Groups

Community is a big deal at St. Giles and as a result small groups matter. Recognizing that small groups have been growing at St. Giles in the past several months, the Session (pastor and elders) have taken the time to seek God’s mind on the subject of small groups. During the fall and summer we collectively talked through and wrote a short document stating our beliefs about small group at St. Giles, their role in our church, and how we believe they are best organized in our midst. To read what the Session has to say about small groups at St. Giles, what we believe and how we see God at work in our midst, click here: St. Giles Small Groups.

Nurturing Moms Group

All moms are invited to the group “Nurturing Moms” led by Helen Atwood. We will be studying “Walking with God in the Season of Motherhood” by Melissa Kruger. We meet the first Friday of each month at 10 am-12 pm. Location: Fellowship Hall. A nursery is provided. To RSVP for childcare, please contact Mechelle Wong: call / text (253)740-3571 or email The next meeting will be on May 6th.

Sunday Evening Nurturing Moms!!  We will gather on the second Sunday evening of each month at St. Giles from 5:45-7:30…that will allow moms who are bringing their kids to youth or to Sharons once a month fun night for Kings Kids to just say and be refreshed…we will all be reading the same book,same chapter…there will be no child care for the evening meeting…Yay for Daddy time!! The next meeting will be on May 15th.


St. Giles Ministries

St. Giles loves Jesus and loves one another. We enjoy serving the Lord and serving one another. Below is a list of St. Giles ministries where this love is put into action.


Aletheia MinistriesAletheiaLogoWebsite

Aletheia – pronounced (al ay `thi ah) is the Greek word for “truth” found in scripture. The name Aletheia was birthed from the scripture John 8:32, “and you shall know the Truth (Aletheia) and the Truth shall set you free.” This ministry is a unique inner healing and deliverance ministry whose sole purpose is to get to the root of those areas that hinder your personal relationship with God the Father, Son and Holy Spirit so that you can walk in the destiny to which you have been called. To learn more or to schedule an appointment, visit Aletheia’s website


Ministry of Helps

Our ministry is a group of St. Giles folks, who help St. Giles folks in times of need.  We are a group of volunteers for each individual task.  No special skills or gifts are required, just a desire to love and help each other.  Some examples of helping each other are:  hospital visits, giving rides, providing practical support to those that have medical issues, help in times of unusual crisis, etc.   For more information on this ministry, contact contact David Evans #704-904-3555 or


Widows & Widowers Ministry

James 1:27: “Religion that God our Father accepts as pure and faultless is this: to look after orphans and widows in their distress and to keep oneself from being polluted by the world.” Our purpose is to minister to our widows in prayer, fellowship, and to be of assistance in and around their home when there is a need.  Every few weeks we gather all the widows and widowers together to enjoy a time of fellowship.  We also take time periodically to invite one or two members who are single or a couple to come and experience this special fellowship time.  This gives the opportunity for our special group to have time with other members of the body and for them to hear and learn of the wisdom of these fine men and women. If you are a widow or have a heart to minister to this group, please contact Margie Gladden at