We know there are a lot of churches out there, so we want to take a minute and sincerely thank you for stopping by our site. FCC was founded on September 12, 1976 and we have always desired to reach the unsaved with the message of the gospel, it would be our joy to have you be a part of our family. We are a non-denominational, independent Bible church with about 65 - 80 people attending weekly.
We believe that God is a triune Being, the Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit. The Godhead is co-equal and co-eternal with each other.
We believe in the deity of Jesus Christ. He was and is eternally God, was born of a virgin, lived a sinless life, performed miracles, died for our sins, physically rose from the dead, ascended into Heaven and will return again to the Earth.
We believe that the Bible is the infallible and inspired Word of God. Though many authors were used to pen the words; each was moved by the Holy Spirit. The Bible is to be the authority to guide our corporate and individual thoughts, actions and discipline.
We believe that humanity is in a lost condition apart from a personal relationship with Jesus Christ. This relationship comes from individually receiving Christ as Lord and Savior through faith.
We believe in the personal and active ministry of the Holy Spirit in the lives of every believer and in the ministry of the church.
We believe that baptism is by immersion and is to be administered to those who have received Christ as Lord. Baptism is the initial step of obedience and is the first step after conversion.
We believe that every believer is a minister. As God has given each Christian spiritual gifts, they are to be used to minister to the rest of the body of Christ.
We believe in the spiritual unity of the body of Christ. We are not the only Christians, but wish to be Christians only. It is our desire to share fellowship with those who are members of the body of Christ.
We believe that the authority within the local congregation rests with the Eldership and that pastors are part of that Eldership. Because an elder is a functioning ministry and not a title, elders are recognized by a consensus of the entire congregation as having God’s blessings upon their life and serve as long as they perform the Biblical functions of the office.