Overview
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THE KINGDOM MISSION

To be a ministry that is the voice and hand that introduces people into the Kingdom of God encouraging transformation of their lives with hope, comfort, healing, and peace  until it becomes a reflection of the joy and peace that God has promised to all of His children who follow Him.

THE KINGDOM VISION

To be an international, multi-generational, multi-cultural and multi-racial church committed to shaping lives, restoring brokenness, meeting needs, and reaching the lost.

To create a community of selfless servants zealous about mission locally and abroad,

To be a Christ-centered Bible teaching ministry that ushers people into their God given destiny.

To be a community that offers healing through worship, prayer, deliverance, counseling and instruction.

HISTORY

Kingdom Fellowship Christian Center (KFCC) was birthed as a vision in the spirit of our pastor and founder, Bishop James H. Logan, Jr., in 2002, but did not become a reality until circumstances orchestrated its fruition in 2004. It held its inaugural service Sunday, September 5, 2004 in one of the ballrooms of the Executive Park Marriott Hotel, on Westpark Drive in Charlotte, NC with 32 adults and 16 children in attendance. Worship leadership was given by our Founder Bishop Logan. Bible Study was held weekly on Thursdays at Mont Carmel International Christian Center on The Plaza. After two months Sunday services were relocated to the Renaissance Suites Hotel on W. Tyvola Road.

In January 2005 KFCC relocated to Ovations on Independence Blvd. where it continued to worship and study for the next two years. In June 2007, KFCC secured leased facilities in the Highland Business Park. In 2011 KFCC relocated to a leased building on Chesterfield Drive, and in 2015 relocated to its current facilities in the Jones Building on E. Independence Boulevard.
            
KFCC initially grew to nearly 140 adults and many children. Many members have come and gone but a solid core have remained carrying on the work God has put into our hands. The events of the past have been written and we celebrate all the Lord has done. The future has yet to be written, but knowing that while we plan our way, God directs our steps we are excited about what is yet to come. To God be the glory for the great things He has done.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 


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