Rev. Charlotte A. Dover, Associate Minister

Charlotte Dover is a native of Gaffney, South Carolina. She is the daughter of the late William Thomas Petty and the late Dorothy Mae Dover. Her mother instilled in her the words of St Luke 1:37 “For with God nothing will be impossible.”

Reverend Dover is a graduate of South Carolina State University (SCSU) and Thurgood Marshall School of Law (TMSL). While at SCSU, she earned the highest grade point average of all freshmen in the English Department. She also received numerous scholarships/honors including the Smith Hammond Middleton Memorial Scholarship, the Benjamin F. Bailey Americanism Scholarship and Ronald E. McNair Graduate Scholar. During her tenure at TMSL, she was a Legal Research Assistant; placed second in the Neal Speedon Moot Court Competition; served as Articles Editor for the law school magazine; and received Best Oral Argument for her Appellate Litigation section. She is a former middle and high school English teacher.  She taught in Richland and Cherokee Counties, South Carolina and New Hanover County, North Carolina. She is a member of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc and recently served as Custodian for the Western Wake Alumnae Chapter.

Reverend Dover is a licensed North Carolina attorney. She is a member of the Wake County Bar Association where she serves on the Public Service, Professionalism, and Leadership Development Committees. She is also a member of the Capital City Lawyers Association, the North Carolina Bar Association, and the North Carolina Association of Workforce Professionals.

At Oak City Baptist Church, she joyfully serves as an Associate Minister. She is a devoted member of the Baptist Training Union and the Health and Wellness Ministry. She is so grateful for her pastor and church family.

She loves helping people and preaching the gospel to glorify God. She wants to show people, especially hurting people, that God listens, cares and intervenes.