Faith Church Is

A multicultural, multiracial congregation, with people of every age, race, economic status, gender or sexual orientation, compelled by the Gospel of Jesus Christ, the tradition of reformed theology, and our experiences of God’s grace, we boldly and publicly proclaim:

  • We gather together to Worship.
  • We are committed to a circle that is wide and unbroken, and declare that all who desire to join with us will be welcomed and respected.
  • We wrestle with and nurture the tensions that arise from our differences, and we celebrate our shared faith.
  • We are a learning community.
  • We support each other in our struggles to learn and practice what it means to live the Gospel in our individual and collective lives.
  • We are open to the moving of the Spirit and open to change in ourselves and in our community.
  • We see service to the greater community and to the world as an essential part of the life of the church.

We Are Faith


As a community, we recognize that reading, hearing, and preaching of the Word and confessing is central to our quest to understand what it means...

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We try to reflect Christ’s example of perfect love by working for peace and justice and by tearing down barriers, erected by society and the...

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We see service to the community and to the world as an essential part of the life of the church.  Our service commitments and mission...

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This SundayWorship& Upcoming Events

September 22 9:15 am - 12:00 pm

September 15 – Experiences from Big Tent, led by Audrey Trapp September 22 – Faith Church in Partnership with Walter P. Carter School, led by Jovan Custis, Community School Director September 29 – October 21 – Five Stories that Define Us from the book of Genesis, led by Rev. Jack Hodges

September 22 10:45 am - 12:00 pm

Join Faith and friends this Sunday at 10:45. Rev. Mary B. Speers sermon is “Unrighteous Mammon.” The lesson is Luke 16:1-9. The Chancel Choir, under the direction of Dr. Samuel Springer, will lead the hymns and sing Hal H. Hopson's arrangement of "I Want Jesus to Walk with Me."