Welcome to Faith!

We are a church that wants to keep it 'real'.  That is why in our mission statement, you will read that we are just "real people" who want to love God and our neighbor, grow into the community that God wants us to be and serve others both near and far.  If that's the kind of community you are looking for, come check us out.  Learn more about us here on our website.  But the best way to check us out is in person.  We are all about relationships and we would love to get to know you. 


You can join us at our relaxed, energized contemporary worship service–or our traditional service that's filled with liturgy and hymns.


Worship Services

Contemporary - 9:30 a.m.

Traditional - 11:00 a.m.


We look forward to getting to know you and growing with you into all that God wants us to be!  See you soon!

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Click HERE to learn more about our Ministry Activity Center (MAC) campaign–a church-wide project that will improve ministry opportunities serving our children, youth, and adults within Faith and surrounding areas.


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March 24, 2019

Series: An Invitation to a Holy Lent

Message: Holy Abundance

Scripture: Isaiah 55:1-9

"God's Kingdom is a place of abundance where every generous act overflows its original bounds and becomes part of the unbounded grace of God at work in the world." (Henri Nouwen)


When it comes to Lent, we often talk into words that have to do with such things as scarcity, sacrifice, fasting and living on less. So it is unusual for me to speak into a word such as 'abundance' during the season of Lent.  In fact, this might be a first in all of my years of ministry. But there is good reason to speak it this week as Isaiah says it has everything to do with 'Holy Abundance'.  


Holy Abundance does not have to do with the things of this world. It has nothing to do with the ideas that some espouse when it comes to thoughts regarding prosperity. But as we will see on Sunday, it has everything to do with "sure, solid, enduring love" as well as "forgiveness" and "grace". 


Join us this Sunday, as we will look at that "unbounded grace of God at work in the world" and so much more that Isaiah spoke about in regard to Holy Abundance. May this Lent lead us to turn back to God in all of the ways that we are called to, so that we might celebrate the true goodness of God.


See you Sunday!

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