Caring for one another in every stage of life.
doing life together
We consider it a responsibility and a privilege to carry one another’s burdens and rejoice with one another during special life events. We do this through pastoral care, weddings, funerals, memorial services, and baptisms & dedications. Doing life together is at the core of our community and we are honored to share this journey with you.
Pastoral Care & Counseling
There are surely times in our lives when prayer, companionship, a safe listening ear, or a gentle rebuke are life-giving – reminding us of God’s unchanging love, presence, and promises. Email us to share a need or to set up an appointment to share and pray with one of Faith’s pastors.
Weddings at Faith
We consider it a joy to walk alongside a couple as they prepare for a wedding and for a marriage. If you would like the staff at FCC to participate in your upcoming wedding, email us to share your news and start the conversation.
Please note the following:
- As a Covenant Church, we hold to the historical and biblical definition of marriage between one man and one woman.
- If you are currently living together and/or sexually active, you will be strongly encouraged to be sexually abstinent until your wedding date.
- If one of you has gone through a divorce, we ask that your wedding is at least one year after the divorce, out of respect for your healing process.
Funerals & Memorial Services at Faith
Experiencing the death of a loved one is a painful process. At Faith, we want to come alongside you during this difficult time. If you have experienced (or expect to experience in the near future) a death, please contact our Family Life Pastor by email. A staff member will be in contact with you to offer support and to begin the planning process.
Baptisms & Dedications
One of the refreshing distinctions within the Covenant surrounds our practice of baptism. For the sake of the unity of the body of Christ and because the Bible shares examples of people of all ages being baptized, we choose to honor the historical practices of both infant baptism and believer baptism. Click on this link for the Covenant’s official policy on baptism and dedication.