Faith Community Church

weekends

Thursdays

Fridays

Music

Here at Faith Community Church, you'll find a variety of music ranging from contemporary Christian to classic hymns on any given Sunday. Sound Foundation is our worship band. Male and Female vocalists lead praise and worship, backed by an ensemble of musicians.  In addition to the Holy Spirit, Sound Foundation is influenced by and plays cover songs from popular Christian artists like Paul Baloche, Chris Tomlin, Michael W. Smith and David Crowder. For more information, contact Pastor Kevin at worship@fccgeneva.org.


Intercessory Prayer

Need prayer?  Requests are confidential or can be special unspoken.  Pick up a Prayer Chain list on the table in the sanctuary.  If you are interested in being part of the prayer chain or have questions, contact Julie Bates at 315-789-0007 or info@fccgeneva.org.  

Community Dinner -  6:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m. in Fellowship Hall. This outreach ministry serves a healthy dinner as well as offering fellowship to low income families. Meal prep begins at 5:00. Volunteers are welcome and needed. Questions?  See Nancy Balistreri.

mondays

2nd Saturday of each month:
Men's Breakfast - 8:30 p.m. - 9:30 p.m. in the Fellowship Hall.  Join us for an evening of powerful testimonies, sharing praise reports and small group discussion.

1st Sunday of each month:
Hot Dog Sunday! - Immediately following the Service in the Fellowship Hall.  The hot dogs, side dishes and refreshments are us. It's a great way to get to know each other.

Bible Study - 7:00-8:30 pm. meets in Upper Room Study on the second floor. Led by Pastor Kevin.

1st Friday of each month:
The Gathering - 7:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m. in the Sanctuary.  Enjoy a time of praise as you pick the songs for the worship to play followed by prayer and communion as we intercede for our community.

Faith Community is a socially relevant church. Recognizing that our congregants have overflowingly busy schedules but lead Christ-centered lives, we offer ways to fellowship and volunteer in ways that can easily fit into a hectic lifestyle. For example, once a month our congregation comes together to enjoy a simple meal of hotdogs and a side dish. It is a meal-on-the-go church lunch. We get to fellowship for a short-time and then be on our way. The women of the church are no longer burdened to prepare a dish to pass. It has virtually replaced our church dinners and our women feel respected that the church understands that times have changed as their schedules have.