Do not be anxious about anything, but in every situation, by prayer and petition, with thanksgiving, present your requests to God. And the peace of God, which transcends all understanding, will guard your hearts and your minds in Christ Jesus. (Philippians 4:6-7)
Until further notice Sunday services will be held online.
Live streaming is available on Facebook and this website at 10am.
Public health emergencies, like the COVID-19, can cause fear and anxiety but this passage reminds us that, in every situation, our prayers ground us in God’s peace. FFC is committed to moving forward with faith knowing God is with us and that through this crisis He wants to show us how to best love our community.
That’s why we are ready to provide needed services, to speak hope, and to help people find Christ and His peace in these troubling times.
Until the Centers for Disease Control gives word that it’s safe for large group gathering again, FFC will be holding Sunday services online. These broadcasts can be accessed through FFC Facebook page and through our website.
Until we are able to physically gather again, the leaders of FFC encourage all of us to practice safe social distancing, to avoid large crowds, to religiously wash our hands, and to exercise the God-given wisdom we’ve all been given.
In the days to come, we’re committed in caring for the most vulnerable among us and living out our mission to love God and love people.
FaithKidz would like to provide some fresh ideas to help your children continue to grow in their understanding and knowledge of God in this crisis.
We know in this time that many will find themselves in need.
We want to help. Please feel free to ask for assistance by calling our office
and talking with our pastoral staff.