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  • Steele Creek Presbyterian Church vote

    The 351-member Steele Creek Presbyterian Church voted to sell its old manse property to Charlotte Douglas International Airport and to explore possible future mergers with one of the other Presbyterian churches in the Steele Creek area. Any merger would likely mean selling its land to nearby Charlotte Douglas International Airport. Steele Creek Presbyterian Church, founded when North Carolina was still a British colony, is the second oldest house of worship in Mecklenburg County.

The 351-member Steele Creek Presbyterian Church voted to sell its old manse property to Charlotte Douglas International Airport and to explore possible future mergers with one of the other Presbyterian churches in the Steele Creek area. Any merger would likely mean selling its land to nearby Charlotte Douglas International Airport. Steele Creek Presbyterian Church, founded when North Carolina was still a British colony, is the second oldest house of worship in Mecklenburg County. Diedra Laird The Charlotte Observer
The 351-member Steele Creek Presbyterian Church voted to sell its old manse property to Charlotte Douglas International Airport and to explore possible future mergers with one of the other Presbyterian churches in the Steele Creek area. Any merger would likely mean selling its land to nearby Charlotte Douglas International Airport. Steele Creek Presbyterian Church, founded when North Carolina was still a British colony, is the second oldest house of worship in Mecklenburg County. Diedra Laird The Charlotte Observer

Sunday vote means a likely move for one of Mecklenburg’s oldest churches

May 21, 2017 4:24 PM