We all have different things that come to mind when we hear the words 'church', 'Christianity' and 'religion'. Whether your experience with Christianity has been positive or disappointing, we want to encourage you to check out FCCC to pursue your spiritual journey.
Our commitment is to communicate God's love and truth in a clear and contemporary way. Whatever your church background, or the challenges you're facing in life, there is probably a place for you at FCCC. It's an environment in which you can connect with other people who are learning how to live life to the fullest while growing in spiritual understanding. So, if you decide to check out FCCC, we offer services both online
and on campus.
Online services: Sundays at 9am & 11am
On Campus services:
We’re committed to provide a safe and responsible environment during this Covid season.
Tickets are free and are available through Eventbrite
(Mondays – Sundays until tickets are gone)
Adventureland is being offered for infants - Grade 5.
If you come on a Sunday morning and you are wondering what you should wear...we suggest clothes...and beyond that we leave it up to you! We are more concerned about what is going on inside a person than what they are wearing. Our church has a “come as you are” atmosphere. You will see some dressed up, some dressed casual and our pastors usually are in jeans. So be yourself.
Our modern format provides an engaging and relevant way to learn about God. Our Sunday services include a live band, captivating dramas, and a biblical message that helps people experience God's hope and inspiration for their everyday life. For kids (infants - Grade 5) we are offering Adventureland during the 9 & 11am services and providing online resources for families.
It's no surprise so many people are finding FCCC to be a place where they can explore and grow in their faith. Whether you are a spiritual seeker who's just starting to ask questions about God, or a committed Christian who wants to sink the roots of your faith even deeper, you can find a home here at Forest City Community Church.