Pastor Ammerman is Senior Chaplain overseeing volunteer chaplains in Wayne, Seneca and Monroe Counties who visit the dying to help guide them in their final journey of life.
Bill & Jen Morlang, along with their sons Garrett and Jake, are currently serving in Papua New Guinea as missionaries. Their oldest son, Garrett, recently graduated from Numonohi Christian Academy located in the heart of the Eastern Highlands Province of Papua New Guinea. While Jake will be returning to Numonohi Christian Academy in the fall, Garrett will be attending New Tribes Bible Institute in Waukesha, WI. Please support them with prayer and if possible, donations which can be made through Faith Community Church.
Faith Community is active within the community. We provide support in many ways including spiritual guidance, building usage and financial resources. Those who benefit include other Christian ministries, local non-profit agencies and municipal organizations.
Pastor Kevin serves on the leadership team of Finger Lakes Visiting Nurse Service which offers compassionate hospice care services for patients in Ontario and Yates counties.
The Morlang Family - Jen, Garrett, Jake and Bill
Family Hope Center offers free pregnancy tests, referral for a FREE limited ultrasound, information on STD & STI's, parenting, adoption & abortion risks and procedures. Pastor Kevin serves on the board and members of Faith Community Church support the center financially and through volunteerism.
In July 1983, Pastor Ammerman
was called, by God, to a ministry to
bikers, specifically to the biker MC
community. In 1985, Pastor
Ammerman’s wife Sherry was killed
in a motorcycle accident and his
resolve to persist toward the
success of the ministry was
strengthened. A connection to Troy,
NY was made with “Reverend Jim”
Carter, and the seed was planted for
MELCHiZEDEKS MC (Motorcycle
Club) in the Capital District. THE PURPOSE OF THIS CLUB IS TO BE AVAILABLE TO LOVE AND SERVE, AND SHARE THE GOSPEL OF JESUS CHRIST WITH THE MOTORCYCLE CLUB "MC" COMMUNITY. God has provided opportunities for the Melchizedeks to serve our community through bike blessings in both Rochester and Troy, weddings, visits in locked facilities, hospital visits, memorials, baptisms, baby dedications, and sharing our faith through friendships.