Rev. Charles A. McKnight III, has a Master of Divinity from Reformed Theological Seminary (Charlotte) and degrees in English and African-American History from the University of North Carolina (Greensboro). He is co-pastor of West Charlotte Church (PCA) – an intercultural church plant committed to the urban west Charlotte community. He also currently serves as a founding member of the Central Carolina Presbytery Intercultural Church Planting Committee, as a board member of the PCA Mission to North America (MNA) Unity Fund, as the interim Associate Coordinator for the MNA African-American Ministries, and as a co-host of “Between the Pew,” a new podcast sharing the stories of, and discussing topics particularly relevant to African-Americans in the PCA. Prior to planting West Charlotte Church, he served as a pastoral intern then as a pastor at Christ Central Church. He is a former public school teacher and has taught Cultural Apologetics at Gordon-Conwell Seminary. Charles and his wife Charlotte also served for five years as domestic missionaries with Apartment Life CARES Ministry. Charles and Charlotte are in their fourteenth year of marriage and have four children – McKenzie Grace (13); Corinne Justice (9); Kendall Joy (8); Charles “CAM,” IV (4).