Who are we?
We're an imperfect group of people who have plenty of differences—and we love it that way. We're seekers and followers who have all come to the same realization:
God is for everyone, so we are too.
Together we seek to follow Jesus and tell the whole world about His love for them.
Our mission looks like this:
Follow Jesus who teaches us to love God, love everyone, make disciples, and tell our stories.
The gospels describe Jesus' message very simply: He went from town to town calling for repentance and announcing the arrival of the kingdom of God. And to everyone he met, the first command that Jesus gave was equally simple:
This is still the command that we hear when we give our lives to trust Christ and so this simple command is the mission of FCC. We exist to follow Jesus. The earliest name for the Christian movement was “The Way” because they followed the way of Jesus and we seek to live in continuity with that earliest movement.
As followers we are focused on the active embodiment of Jesus' most important commands: the Great Commandments (Mark 12:28-31) and the Great Commissions (Matthew 28:18-21 and Acts 1:8). These central commands drive everything we do at FCC.
Therefore, as followers of Jesus, we:
Love God – so we live as Worshippers
Love everyone – so we live as Servants
Make disciples – so we live as Disciplers
Tell our stories – so we live as Missionaries
These four commands mark our lives together as followers of Jesus. We recognize that we are not following Jesus unless we are obedient to these commands as expressed in our collective ministry and our individual lives. Every program, practice, and plan at FCC is governed by this mission and every member of FCC is challenged to embody this mission in their life.