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|About||Welcome to 1st Christian Church! We are here to help you know and live the Good News of Jesus Christ in biblical Christian community.|
|Mission||We spread knowledge of the Glory of God in Christ's Atonement on the Cross by the proclamation of the Word & the Lord's Supper. Come & See.|
Let's face it: Church can be scary! Here's what to expect at First Christian Church: Firstly: come as you are. As you walk in the door you will be greeted by a smile and given a bulletin which will tell you everything you need to know about the vibrant life of the body of Christ at First Christian.
Then, be sure to stop by the coffee table where you can pick your favorite quality coffee or tea and maybe get a snack as well! Throw a lid on your cup and make your way into the Sanctuary, there isn't a bad seat in the house.
We'll have a time to say "hello" and make new friends, then we'll have announcements and Scripture to turn our hearts toward Home.
We'll worship through the gift of music, and have a time for the Kids.
If you have kids ages 4-8, they will be dismissed to the care of a dedicated children's ministry volunteer who will teach the kids a Christ centered lesson designed specially for them during what we call "Children's Church". This gives parents the peace of mind to listen to what God would have them learn from God's Word during the sermon.
Pastor Evan will then teach from God's Word. At FCC we have opinions about preaching. We practice verse by verse, book by book exegetical preaching. Our goal is to give the people of the Christian Church a steady diet of God's truth pulled directly from God's Word, the Bible. We do not dress it up to make it 'relevant'; it is always relevant, and it is always good news. We stand thankfully under the authority of God's sovereignly preserved Word. At FCC we are 100% on team Jesus, and are unashamed of His truth! His Word changes lives.
The service ends with a bang every Sunday as everyone who trusts Jesus as King & Savior is welcomed to remember Him the way He specifically asked to be remembered: by breaking bread in His name. Followers of Jesus have been doing so every Sunday for 2,000 years.
It is all about Jesus.