What should I expect?
Identical services at 9:30am & 11am
Sunday is our favorite day.
On any given weekend, you can expect to hear good music and practical teaching from the Bible. Kids and teenagers experience programming designed with them in mind, with great leaders, and coaches, and helpers who care about their lives.
We are one church made up of many generations, ethnicities, political views, family backgrounds, and preferences, yet we’re united in the belief that Jesus is for all people.
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What's here for my family?
How do I get involved?
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?
Who’s Who on Sunday?
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Ryan is the main teaching pastor. He also leads and casts vision for FCC.
Jon leads the teams that create the Sunday music, tech, and creative experiences.
Bryan leads the team that helps middle and high school students encounter Jesus.
Shawn helps folks take their next steps toward Jesus through baptism, groups, and serving.
Jimmy helps to lead our staff team along with teaching and hosting for services.
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 find real faith in Jesus and meaningful relationships with each other. Middle School (MSM) for 6th-8th grade meets on Sundays at 9:30am & 11am. High School (HSM) for 9th-12th grade meets on Sundays from 6:30pm.
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?”