Charlotte Pastor Brenda Stevenson of the New Outreach Christian Center has died. She was known for her dedication to helping the poor through her charity work as well as being a beloved local pastor.
I am saddened to hear of the loss of Pastor Brenda Stevenson with the New Outreach Christian Center. She spent a lifetime’s pursuit of bettering our community. Pastor Stevenson was a selfless woman who had a passion for helping people. The community lost a great woman. pic.twitter.com/AeKrYpPRHD— Chief Jennings (@cmpdchief) August 18, 2021
Our thoughts and prayers are with the family of Pastor Brenda Stevenson of New Outreach Christian Center. Her work and dedication to our community will never be forgotten. pic.twitter.com/8fPuShxlGn— Meck Sheriff (@MeckSheriff) August 18, 2021
A Charlotte pastor known for her dedication to the poor, Brenda Stevenson of the New Outreach Christian Center has died. She was 66.
Stevenson is survived by her husband, Norman Stevenson, and two children, Sharkeeta and Gerald. Her son Raman died in 1997 of osteosarcoma cancer. Funeral arrangements have not yet been announced.
Along with her work as a pastor, Stevenson was renown for her charitable work, often hosting Thanksgiving and Christmas meals for people in need, as well as back-to-school drives and other fundraising events. Each holiday, Stevenson and volunteers at the center would serve hundreds of people at a time. Through the years, thousands of Charlotte families were touched.