Meet The Rev. Christopher Lee and Family
Chris, Brandy, Erin (7), and Jordyn (2)
Chris is a championship tennis player and enjoys working in the yard when he’s not cheering on his favorite football team.
Brandy teaches English, is a gifted singer, likes to cook, and is looking forward to the warm Texas weather.
Their two girls, Erin and Jordyn, ages 7 and 2, are absolutely adorable and are excited to be moving to Texas.
Kelly on the Lawn, June 10, 6 to 8 pm.
A Word from the Committee
We are thrilled to introduce you to The Rev. Christopher (Chris) Lee and are excited about helping welcome him and his family into the life of the church.
We presented Chris at the meeting on February 18, after which the congregation unanimously voted to extend a call. We anticipate that Chris will officially start on Monday, June 4th.
May God bless this new relationship and our future together!
Chris was born and raised in Florida and has lived in Charlotte since college.
Since 2012, he has served as the Associate Pastor for Youth, Family Life Center, & Summer Ministries at Avondale Presbyterian Charlotte, NC, a vibrant 400 member congregation.
Chris earned his Master of Divinity degree from Union Seminary and his Bachelor of Arts degree in Public Relations from Johnson C. Smith University.
He has 5 years of public school teaching experience and 15 years of ministry experience, 5 as an ordained pastor, with a strong background in Youth Ministry.
What Others Say about Chris
“He is an up and comer ‘in demand’ type who has new ideas and an innovative spirit.”
“Chris has strong teaching experience, meets people where they are, and is very personable and engaging.”
“Dynamic, brings vision and energy to challenges, a breath of fresh air.”
“Confident but teachable, always seeking improvement.”
“Collaborative, listens well, and is a good team player.”
What Chris Says
"I believe God is calling me to a ministry that seeks to engage with Christ as Christ is working in culture, unafraid and unashamed in welcoming strangers, engaging in theological discourse, and embracing the "tough" questions that culture, life and Scripture presents."
"I seek a community that values both theological and cultural diversity, communal connectedness, unwavering hospitality, creative outreach, genuine mission, and dynamic worship focused on our Risen Lord."
"The first thing my wife said to me when she read about the position at Canyon Creek was, '"Chris, that’s got you written all over it.'"