The Sunday morning worship service at Faith Evangelical Bible Church is designed to exalt the greatness of God, lovingly expose the rebellion of the human heart, and offer Christ as the only one who can rescue us from the power of sin through His death on the cross.  Methods used to create an environment where God and His people can connect are both contemporary and traditional in a casual, yet respectful atmosphere.  Praise and worship begins here and establishes a framework for each and every believer to carry throughout their week.


Unlike the Sunday morning worship service, the evening service is held in a casual atmosphere where interaction is encouraged.  Topics of study are designed to help the believer in the their personal walk with the Lord and to equip them with the tools needed to help sustain Christian living within the marketplace, school, home & the church.  Emphasis is on teaching and fellowship.


Held one hour prior to the Sunday morning worship service, the Sunday school hour is designed to provide training for and encourage the believer’s Christian walk by pinpointing the needs of the various age groups.  Classes are held for ages 2 through adult.


An international program, AWANA is derived from the first letters of Approved workmen are not ashamed as taken from 2 Timothy 2:15.  The mission of AWANA is to help churches and parents worldwide raise children and youth to know, love and serve Christ through Bible memorization.  AWANA is held every Wednesday evening during the school year and is provided for ages preschool through 6th grade.


Faith Evangelical Bible Church understands the importance of investing time and energy in the lives of our youth.  The Jr. & Sr. high classes are led by “couple teams” who not only instruct them in issues of importance to their Christian walk, but also model proper relationships between men and women. Our activities range from Wednesday evening youth group for our Junior Highers to Sunday evening Bible Study for those in High School.  We also offer Sunday school classes, and special events to help meet the needs of our future church leaders.


The backbone of the Faith Evangelical Bible Church is our Prayer Team.  They meet every Wednesday evening to bring before the throne needs of our church family, community and nation.  In addition, an email prayer chain is in effect and weekly prayer updates are posted and placed in church family mailboxes.


Believing that every woman is valued as a role model of Biblical truth to her family, her work, her church, and her community, yet understanding the inadequate feelings of today’s woman to fulfill that role, the FEBC women’s ministry attempts to unite it’s female parishioners in knowledge, service & outreach.  Small groups meet on a monthly basis for study in a personal and intimate atmosphere as well as several times yearly for group projects.


Christians were never meant to live their lives in isolation. Each person has been uniquely created to function within a wider organization of believers.  The Faith Evangelical Bible Church Missions ministry recognizes this truth and the role which FEBC plays to achieve that function.  This ministry works closely with missionaries, mission fellowships, church plants and struggling congregations, helping to support them in all avenues of need.  Opportunities for service are continually encouraged and organized.