New to ​fayetteville ​christian ​church?

New to ​fayetteville ​christian ​church?

We are so glad you stopped by!

We are so glad you stopped by!

Come ​Get to ​know us

Fayetteville Christian is a ​diverse, multi-generational ​church where EVERYONE IS ​WELCOME.

We look forward to worshipping with you!


We are a church that first and foremost worships God together.

Our worship services are designed to be unifying. We sing together. The songs ​are chosen in singable keys and blended together, traditional and contemporary; ​so that everyone can comfortably participate. We don't require hand-raising, ​lengthy standing, or forced enthusiasm. Instead, we are always striving to achieve ​services where the congregation, amidst its differences, can worship together.


Our worship leaders, Mark Ladd and Gail Higle, lead our services on alternate ​Sundays and bless the congregation with a wonderful blend of new and old. Gail ​leads the church choir, orchestra and incorporates several participants. Mark ​leads worship from the grand piano seamlessly connecting beloved hymns with ​newer songs into a beautiful and compelling service.

Our worship music reflects our philosophy: worship is the offering that Christians ​give to God. We are not performing a concert to an audience nor are we targeting ​a one group as opposed to another. We are Christians-only, not the only ​Christians.

While our auditorium has a traditional "feel" with cushioned pews, stained glass ​windows, and pendant lighting, we use technology to enhance the audio/visual ​experience as well as online streaming for those unable to attend the service.

We are a church that is authentic.


You will be greeted by genuine people who appreciate your presence in worship. ​Our culture is casual and the length of our services are about seventy minutes. ​We lead our own music and preach our own messages - we don't "pipe in" ​celebrity preachers or out-of-town pastors. You will not experience a darkened ​auditorium, pounding drums, or flashing lights, but rather a humble people seeking ​to honor God. We are not embarrassed of traditions, family-values, veterans, first-​responders, America, or patriotism. We are not political, but we encourage ​people to support our country. As we pray that God would bless America, we ​pray that God would bless all peoples and all nations.

We are a church that values participation.

We still have a church choir, our members provide meditations, people share their ​talents, groups go on mission trips, and every Sunday we celebrate communion ​as the Church has done throughout history. The Bible teaches that Christians are ​"a priesthood of believers," (1 Peter 2:5) which implies that every Christian has a ​sacred place in service to God. We want to empower every believer to serve.

We are Christians-Only.

We are "people of the Book" and strive to live up to the motto: "where the Bible ​speaks - we speak, and where it is silent - we are silent." We are not a ​denomination. Our leaders are selected from among our members and ​administrate the church. We have always been "Fayetteville Christian Church" and ​haven't changed our name to disguise our brand, or fled our original location. ​Instead, we want to bloom where God has planted us. We accept every Christian ​as a full-fledged member in God's Kingdom regardless of their church ​background.


We believe in Missions.

We currently support missions with nearly 25% of all offerings received not ​including the other ways we support outreach. God has blessed us with a debt-​free facility so that we can concentrate on contributing to the things of God rather ​than buildings, rent, or campaigns. We have also been blessed with the ability to ​extend hospitality to our community. We have many outside groups who use our ​facilities at little or no cost including a Co-op school, several basketball teams, ​support groups, and community functions.

Our belief in missions goes well beyond budgets and buildings because our ​members are themselves mission-minded. Whether it's making blankets for the ​homeless, sorting food in the local pantry, or teaching in the local nursing home - ​our members do the work of the church. The Fayetteville Christian Church has a ​reputation for being a strong "mission-supporting" church. One of our members, ​Carlos Dimas, is also a missionary with "New Jerusalem Missionary Ministry" that ​serves many impoverished areas in Central America.

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Fayetteville Christian Church

114 Hickory Road

Fayetteville, GA 30214

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(770) 461-8763