TRINITY
Christian
   Center

(704) 905-1371

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7935 N Tryon St Charlotte NC

United States 28262

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Bishop Keith Felton is the Senior Pastor of Trinity Christian Center of Charlotte, North Carolina. Bishop Felton is a native of Eastern North Carolina but now lives in the city of Charlotte.  He has been spreading the good news and preaching since the age of 20.  After serving for a season he was ordained by the Pamlico River Association, a fellowship of churches located in various parts of Eastern N.C.  After receiving his charge, he began his ministry by faith and it has grown since.

Bishop Felton serves as Senior Pastor and founder of Trinity Christian Center. Trinity Christian Center is a ministry that has helped thousands to come to God, and understand their true status in the Kingdom. Bishop Felton continues to teach, conduct workshops and preach the Gospel of Jesus Christ. His uplifting sermons are broadcasted weekly on network Television WCCB “It's Your Season” and on Christian radio.

Commissioned by God to minister to the church and community, Bishop Felton has also been blessed with writing skills and is an author of the books " Please Follow These Instructions," and "Simplicity of Deliverance." Bishop Felton has been delivering and preaching the Word for over twenty-five years and remains focused on ministry, growth, and outreach. Bishop Felton has a special heart for the hurt and believes the church should be a place of love and the center for a change. He is often called upon to participate in various round talks in the community. 

Bishop Keith Felton has been married to his beautiful wife Jurline Felton for over 19 years and they have three sons. We are excited at Trinity Christian Center on how God is using our Leader, please continue to pray for us as we pray for your strength in equipping God's people, For the perfecting of the saints, for the work of the ministry, for the edifying of the body of Christ: Until we all come in the unity of the faith, and of the knowledge of the Son of God, unto a perfect man, unto the measure of the stature of the fullness of Christ.