We meet weekly to give thanks to God in worship for who he is and to learn more of what he tells us through the Bible. It's our prayer that you would find this time encouraging to your faith.
Finding Your Way Around
You can find your way into a service through the main doors off of Lambert Rd. Stop by the Visitor Center at the front entrance for church information and a welcome gift.
Head back to The Gathering before or after services for complimentary coffee, donuts and fruit. You'll find friendly faces and information about our ministries and upcoming events.
WHAT TO WEAR
Friends Community Church is a casual, “come as you are” church family. Some will dress business casual, many will wear jeans, and some show up in shorts.
Where do Kids and Students Meet?
Check your newborn - 3 ½ year old in at one of the computers located near the Entrance of the main building. Once your child has received their printed name tag and corresponding pickup tag, they can be dropped off into their age-appropriate Nursery classroom. Each classroom is staffed with loving and caring adults who are trained to take care of your little ones while you attend the worship service.
Before regular children’s services, check your preschoolers-1st graders in to the 315 Building and your 2nd-5th graders to the 307 Building. Once your child has received their printed name tag and corresponding pickup tag, they can be dropped off into their age-appropriate classroom. Each classroom is staffed with loving and caring volunteers who are trained to take care of your little ones while you attend the worship service. While at FCC Kids, your child has the chance to partake in dynamic worship, hear an interactive Bible story, and participate in fun and engaging activities.
Middle School students in 6th-8th grade meet in the 307 Building at 10:30 AM on Sundays. High School students in 9th-12th grade meet in the 301 Building at 10:30 AM on Sundays.
You can expect vibrant worship and Bible-based sermons. Our worship is dynamic, participatory, and contemporary in style. We make sure that elements of celebration, artistry, and reverence are included in our music.
We celebrate Communion on the first Sunday of each month. There's usually an opportunity for regular attenders to give, but there is no pressure for newcomers. We'd love to get to know you over a cup of coffee at The Gathering just behind the sanctuary after each service.