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Are you New to Faith Community Church?

Are you new to FCC ?

It can be a daunting experience to walk into a church for the first time. When you first come to FCC we hope that you will be immediately welcomed by one of our ushers at the door. The Welcome Center desk is directly across the entryway from the front doors. Please stop there to receive a free gift at your first visit and literature about the church. The volunteers there are happy to answer your questions.

We provide a well-staffed nursery for children up to age 4 on Sundays and on Wednesday nights. Ask the ushers and they can point you in the right direction. While children are welcome to sit with parents in the worship service, we also provide a child-training room where the Sunday morning services are live-streamed in a more casual environment for families with small children.

What is FCC like?

We are an eclectic group. We don’t fit into a simple category. People come from all sorts of different walks of life. We have older folks and younger folks. Married, divorced, and single. Rich to poor. Simple to highly educated. And we have a bunch of children!

What’s the next step?        These three things to get started    ————–>

1.

The Next step is to visit our church!  Please stop at our welcome Desk for your free gift, and please come and say hello to the Elders after the sermon, any one of them would be honrored to meet you in person.  Also please click the Visit button below and if you would require a more formal time we can set up a time with the office to meet with one of the elders.

2.

New Members Class is the way to get started.  This gets you an overview of the church and what we believe.  We will go over our Confession of Faith, the Doctrines of Grace, and this is the best place to interact with Pastor Tim and other Elders to ask questions about the church as you are getting to know us.

3.

Reading the Bible and listening to faithful preaching doesn’t bear fruit unless it penetrates our hearts. Fellowship Groups provide a context to apply God’s Word in such a way that further seeks to penetrate our hearts and allow intentional relationships to walk together toward this kind of spiritual growth and maturity..