Our hope is that you would be interested in knowing more of the grace and peace of God for you in Jesus and that you will join us here at Faith as we discover it together. We are convinced there are 3 things that are essential for that pursuit: worship, community and mission.
We were made to worship. And we all do. The question is who or what are you worshiping? Sunday morning is a time where we gather, as God’s people, to worship the God who made us and the Savior who rescued us. Sunday morning worship is a time of refuge to come and be refreshed by the good news of Jesus. And it is not just a spectator sport. We sing, we pray, we give, we listen, we learn, we participate, we love, we serve, we invite…so that we can be changed by knowing and experiencing Jesus more deeply.
Our hope is that you will join us to worship and celebrate who God is and what he has done for us in Christ.
Sunday Morning Services- 8:30 & 11:00
Sunday School- 9:45 [for adults and kids of all ages]
The best way to begin meeting people at Faith is by joining a small group. Small groups not only help you understand and apply the gospel, but they instantly make a big church feel small. This is where church happens throughout the week.
Faith offers small groups- called Gospel Community groups — for people of all ages to connect with each other and live life together.
We're passionate about people connecting in groups, because we're convinced sustained life-change happens best in the context of community. Everybody needs somebody they can laugh/cry/pray with, a safe place to ask questions or share a burden. That's why groups are so important to us!
Gospel Community groups meet once a week [or every other week] in homes throughout the city. Often they share a meal together. They read the Bible together and stay up to date on what's new. They're the perfect place to make friends and grow at Faith!
For help in finding a group that works well for you, email Chris Irwin.
God has given each of us gifts to use for the glory of God, the growth of His kingdom and the good of others. He also gives us opportunities to put those talents and abilities to work in serving those around us. So being on mission includes finding opportunities in the church to use your gifts, in our community for God to use your words and actions to bring healing to a hurting world, in your work as you work towards the good of our city in Jesus' name and to your relationships as you pursue those around you who don't know Jesus.