One of the most counter-cultural things we can do these days is come together face to face and heart to heart as people, -- messy, flawed, hopeful people -- and see God reflected there. That's often what brings us to find a church. But we know it can be intimidating! When you walk through our big front doors, we hope you will find a community that feeds your soul, deepens your faith and challenges you as well. We are a blend of folks from many Christian paths but we find a common journey together. Our Sanctuary is truly awe-inspiring, but our community is warm and welcoming. Our worship services are lively and engaging, our music ranges from traditional to contemporary, and our sermons touch both heart and head. As you look around you’ll see a variety of people – young, old, families, singles, gay, straight, various colors and cultures… you’re bound to see someone who reminds you of you!
No matter who you are or where you are on life's journey, you are welcome here!
Associate Minister, John Rogers
At FCC we gather to follow Jesus in ever more inclusive and engaged ways. Spiritual formation is at the center of our life together in this community. We nurture our relationship with God and each other through a progressive approach to scripture and artistic expression. Filled with God’s love, we cultivate lives centered in the Spirit and strengthen our commitment to social justice in world. We also celebrate the ever-evolving ways to “be the church.” It is not just about Sunday mornings anymore. One Wednesday a month, we gather for “Messy Church” to share a meal, informal worship, and service activity. The last Saturday of the month is Underground Church. Inspired by the early church, we meet in homes and create an open and communal worship experience. Join us on our Spirit-led journey.
Let's grow together!
Join Us and Get Involved!
Join us for our next FCC book club, conversation and refreshments, Wednesday, June 20th, 7pm.
Buy your tickets now for our 7th annual Night at the Ballpark, June 23 at 6pm.
Messy Church is an informal and unstructured (“messy”) evening that brings our community together for a simple dinner, an opportunity to work together to create a stronger community within and outside our
Underground Church travels back to our earliest Christian roots. We seek to recapture the excitement and community of Jesus's early followers through worship that is simple yet profound, communal yet personal, comforting yet inspiring. We live the questions much as Jesus's friends did as they sought