Getting involved at a big church can be tough, but it’s a vital component of your Christian life. We are made to live in community, in cooperation with each other. We believe that if you start getting connected at FAC, you’ll find us to be the family you didn’t know you had.

Here’s a great place to start!

Life Groups

A Life Group can become your safe haven, a place of deep trust and personal growth. We have Life Groups of all kinds, so we’ll find one that’s right for you.

Realm

Realm is a fantastic connection tool. Create a profile, connect with groups, chat with friends, get updates and notifications, and of course, more.

Visit Us

Thinking about visiting FAC? Great! Find out what to expect to hear and see, and any other info that might make your visit more enjoyable.

Katie

I am having an effect on raising up the next generation to do God's work.

I’ve served with our church’s preschool in many different capacities over the past eight years. I love working with the kids and seeing how much enthusiasm they have for learning about God. Serving these preschoolers has taught me how important it is to have a foundation for my faith. It makes me feel amazed that I am having an effect on raising up the next generation to do Gods work.

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Chelsea

There is great joy in knowing you are helping someone else.

I have served somewhere in the church my whole life it seems. It has always been a rewarding experience. There is great joy in knowing you are helping someone else. In the nursery I help the mom and dads get a break to fellowship and learn about God. In the youth group I get just as much as I give by getting to know the amazing kids that come to hear about God. There would be an obvious hole in my life if I stopped serving.

Check out our Ministries

Children’s Ministries

Student Ministries

Adult Ministries

Senior’s Ministries

Life Groups

“For even the Son of Man came not to be served but to serve, and to give his life as a ransom for many.”

— Mark 10:45