At Faith, we recognize that everyone is at different stages of their journey.
But sometimes it is difficult to know where to go from here.
We want to help you move forward.
What is Faith FPC? As we all know, church is comprised of people, not building materials. Those of us that are part of Faith are, by God’s grace, committed, Bible-believing Christians. We are a conservative, confessional, reformed, and evangelistic church, prioritizing the glory of God in every aspect of ministry. We reject any doctrine or movement that undermines Scripture. In addition, we place an emphasis on prayer and evangelism in our community. As such, you will see we have several…
Are you a Christian? Do you know what you must believe to become a Christian? Do you know what you must do to become a Christian? Watch the video below from our first minister, Dr. Alan Cairns. If you would like to speak to Rev. Thomassian about becoming a Christian, please contact us to set up an appointment.
At Faith FPC, we hold an open policy on baptism. In other words, for those that believe their infants ought to be baptized, we will perform that baptism. However, many of our members hold to the position of believer’s baptism, i.e. baptism ought to follow salvation. If you would like to be baptized, or would like your infant to be baptized, please contact us.
NOTE: Our next 2021 membership class is running Sunday November 7, 14, and 21 (9:30-10:20AM). Please communicate your interest to Rev. Thomassian. Membership in the body of Christ is an important part of Christian living. Membership signifies: Objective support of our personal claim to be Christian. Mere attendance at a church does not communicate that others believe you are a Christian. Membership is a legitimate affirmation of your testimony (Rom. 16:1-2). Submission to biblically ordained spiritual authorities. Without membership, Christians…
Pastoral counsel and encouragement is available whatever circumstances you may be facing. If you would like a pastoral visit, whether at home, hospital, or meeting at our church office, please contact us.
“For as we have many members in one body, and all members have not the same office: So we, being many, are one body in Christ, and every one members one of another. Having then gifts differing according to the grace that is given to us” (Romans 12:4-6). We believe serving in the church is both a privilege and an act of worship. Through serving, we are able to fellowship with our church family, grow spiritually, and help others learn…
Is this your first time at Faith? Watch this video from our pastor. Click here for Next Steps at FaithFPC