Visit First Christian Church

Service Times

Sunday services start at 9:30am and 11am.



We’re at 6900 Market Ave N in Canton near Washington Square. 


Parking available near A, B, or C (covered) doors. Follow interior signs for kids check-in and auditorium.

What Can I Expect?

Everyone's welcome

You don't have to dress up

Something for your whole family

Fun and safe kids environments

Explore faith at your own pace

Friendly team here to help

Bible teaching in everyday language

It's OK to laugh in church

No judgement

We don't ask guests for money

Frequently-Asked Questions

What should I wear to church?
You’ll find everything from t-shirt and jeans, to golf polo and khakis, to shirts and ties. Wear what’s normal and comfortable for you—God cares about your heart, and not your clothing style.
What's here for my family?
We’ve created specialized Sunday environments for early childhood, elementary, middle school, and high school. We also have environments tailored to kids and adults with developmental disabilities.
How do I get involved?

We totally know the feeling: You’re checking out a new church, and you feel lost in the crowd. If you’re brand new this Sunday, the next stop is The 5, a 5-minute meetup at the front of the main room every Sunday after the service to get to know someone at FCC who can help answer questions and be your guide.

If you’re ready to roll up your sleeves and jump in, your next stop is First Step, our crash course on serving, groups, and giving at FCC. It’s the second Sunday of every month from 12:30-2pm. Visit FCC’s digital hub to RSVP.

Where do I park?

When you pull into one of the church’s two entrances, you’ll see several large parking lots. Our main entrance is directly under the cross. You’ll find guest parking in the lot just to the right of it. Drive toward that entrance and follow the signs—we can’t wait to meet you!

What do you believe?
We believe in the Bible as our single, constant source of truth. We believe that the Bible is all about Jesus, about reaching out to all people in unconditional love, and about growing as followers of Jesus. For a more in-depth look, see our beliefs page.
What does "Jesus For All People" mean?

Jesus For All People is maybe a catchphrase or slogan you’ve heard here, or from a friend or family member who goes here.

But it’s more than just a line we put up on the wall, or on a bumper sticker or t-shirt. Jesus For All People is our church’s visionEveryone is welcomed and invited to grow in a relationship with Jesus at First Christian. No matter your status, story, or situation—you can belong here before you behave or even believe in a certain way.

(Just know this and be ready: Jesus never leaves you in the same state where he found you!)

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Who’s Who on Sunday?

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Ryan Rasmussen

Lead Pastor

Ryan is the main teaching pastor. He also leads and casts vision for FCC.

Leah Miller


Leah leads the ministry team that helps your kids meet Jesus on their level!

Bryan Shelley


Bryan leads the team that helps middle and high school students encounter Jesus.

Shawn Maurer

Next Steps

Shawn helps folks take their next steps toward Jesus through baptism, groups, and serving.

Jimmy McLoud


Jimmy helps to lead our staff team along with teaching and hosting for services.

Abbey Koontz

First impressions

Abbey leads a team that helps people feel welcome and at-home.

Early Childhood & Elementary


We are passionate about all kids (babies through 5th grade) learning about Jesus on their level! Here’s what you and your kids can look forward to every week: Creative bible teaching, building relationships, age-appropriate activities, a clean, safe environment, and a fun time!

Middle School & High School


The goal of student ministry is to help middle and high school students grow as followers of Jesus and connect with each other. Middle and high school students attend the main Sunday service and have their own service called Midweek (MDWK) on Wednesday night at 6:30pm in FCC’s lower level.



Every week, one of our teaching pastors brings a 30-35 minute message that’s true to Scripture and relevant to life.  Meanwhile, if you have kids in elementary through middle school, they are experiencing an awesome message/lesson on their level. Two questions we want you to ask every week on the way home are, “Did you have fun?” and “What did you learn about?”

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