Mission Statement

Therefore go and make disciples of ​all nations baptizing them in the ​name of the Father and the Son and ​the Holy Spirit.

Matthew 28:19

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Meet the team

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Worship Leader

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Worship Leader

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Senior Minister

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Administrative ​Assistant

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Technical ​Assistant

Our Beliefs

  • We believe in one God,

the Father, the Almighty,

maker of heaven and earth,

of all that is, seen and unseen.

  • We believe in one Lord, Jesus Christ,

the only Son of God.

  • We believe that the Bible is the Word of God,

alive and active. We believe that all Scripture

is God-breathed and is useful for teaching,

rebuking, correcting and training in righteousness.

  • We believe that the Church of Christ, upon earth is

essentially, intentionally, and constitutionally one;

consisting of all those in every place that profess

their faith in Christ and obedience to Him in all things

according to the Scriptures.

  • We believe that faith is a personal response

to the initiative of God which accepts certain

facts and principles as being true.

  • We believe that repentance is a

necessary response toward our sinfulness

in view of the saving work of Jesus.

  • We believe that baptism is an appropriate and

necessary act of obedience once a person is a

committed believer in Christ.

  • We celebrate the Lord’s Supper on a weekly

basis because of its prominence in scripture,

its pattern among early churches, and its

relevance to our lives.

  • We believe that prayer is a natural

expression of one’s relationship with God.

We believe that God hears our prayers,

assists us with praying, and answers

our prayers according to God’s will.

  • We believe that the giving of money is

an important aspect of worship. We

believe that giving should be motivated

by love and described as generous.

  • We believe that the church exists to save lost

people and to teach believers so that they might

become mature. Every Christian participates

in the mission of the church.

  • We believe that Jesus will return to the earth

a second time to judge the living and the dead.

We want to live in eternity with God and God’s people

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Click below for a more

in-depth explanation of our ​beliefs.

We believe that the content of person’s faith matters. This conviction is ​rooted NOT in some kind of pride (e.g., we want to be right and better ​than everyone who disagrees with us), nor is it rooted in the fallacy that ​we have it all figured out. Instead, we acknowledge that God alone is ​perfect and that our doctrines represent our very best and most faithful ​efforts at interpreting the Bible. The Bible is the final authority on all ​matters at Fayetteville Christian Church. Consequently, there are no ​organizations, synods, committees, conventions, or pastors who oversee ​our church doctrines and who may or may not vote such into or out of ​existence. Each believer, aided by the Holy Spirit, has the responsibility to ​engage God’s Word for themselves and the church elders are charged ​with the responsibility of maintaining sound doctrine in the congregation. ​Above is a very brief overview of how we interpret at least twelve key ​doctrines.