New Ministry Center and Chapel

Proud of our Progress, Faith in our Future

 

Our Growing Parish Community

It has been over 50 years since the founding of the original mission of St. Vincent de Paul here in Charlotte. In October 1961 Bishop Waters of the Diocese of Raleigh dedicated St. Vincent de Paul as a mission church of St. Ann’s parish. St. Vincent’s was formally established as a parish four years later. We have experienced continuous growth over our almost 53 year history and we are grateful that our parishioners always responded to support the expanding needs of our parish community.


The Completed Ministry Center

Our New Ministry Center and Chapel 

We are proud of our progress and, with strong faith in our future, we look ahead to the next step in our growth as a parish faith community. Our former parish office building was over 30 years old and had significant structural deficiencies and problems. We are excited about the recently completed construction of our new Ministry Center and Chapel on the site of the previous parish office building. By making the most efficient use of the limited space that we have on our church property, the new Ministry Center addresses our immediate needs and positions us to handle our growing pastoral needs in the future. 

Our New Ministry Center Provides: A Chapel with the Blessed Sacrament for prayer and meditation. New classrooms for Faith Formation, Adult and Youth groups, RCIA, ESL and other ministries meeting spaces and kitchen facility for Knights of Columbus, Women’s Guild, Youth Ministry, Boy Scouts, and many other parish groups and ministries, Choir room for music ministries Efficient meeting and working space for pastoral, administrative, and Faith Formation offices additional church parking.