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  • Sharon UMC congregation says goodbye to 'ski slope' church building

    Final services were held Sunday in Sharon United Methodist Church's current "ski slope" church building at SouthPark. Starting next Sunday, the church will begin holding services at nearby Phillips Place movie theater. But it will return to the 7-acre campus as the anchor of an ambitious mixed-use development featuring stores, apartments, restaurants and even a hotel.

Sharon UMC congregation says goodbye to 'ski slope' church building

Final services were held Sunday in Sharon United Methodist Church's current "ski slope" church building at SouthPark. Starting next Sunday, the church will begin holding services at nearby Phillips Place movie theater. But it will return to the 7-acre campus as the anchor of an ambitious mixed-use development featuring stores, apartments, restaurants and even a hotel.
Diedra Laird The Charlotte Observer