We grow by serving. Here are ways you can serve at Faith Community Church and in our community.
Serving Our Community
Through Faith Community Network
Currently, due to increased need & COVID-19-related adherence, The Network meets every Sunday at Noon and offers a curbside placement of food box/bags into cars following along the looped drive behind Faith Community Church building. Otherwise, we provide supplemental food to each member through a "Client Choice" model of food distribution. Members are regularly encouraged to discover and share skills and assets to strengthen the Network community and empower each other.
Through the Brookhaven Soccer Camp and the
Br5Khaven Fun Run
In 2019, we launched Brookhaven Soccer, a skills camp for boys and girls aged 5-13. We had 60 kids learning soccer skills for 2 hours each night for one week in July. It was a blast. We are hosting it again July 13-17, 2020.
Hope you'll join us!
In April of 2019, we hosted the first annual Br5Khaven Fun Run. We had 159 runners/walkers and over 80 volunteers staffing the race!
Serving Our Youth
Through services and groups designed specifically for children and youth.
All of our volunteers have gone through training and certification to be able to work with kids under 18 years old. If you would like to help in this area, please read the following training manuals and fill out the Safety Application. Return the application to the lock-box located outside the church office. Mark your envelope for either children or student ministry. Please note: volunteers must attend FCC for at least 3 months prior to volunteering.
We require all of our volunteers to do the following 4 steps in order to be cleared to work with our children.
Step 1: Fill out a Safety Application
Step 2: Perform all three Background Checks
Step 3: Read and Sign FCC's Children's Ministry
Policy & Procedure Manual (This is for birth through 5th grade.)
Read and Sign FCC's Students Ministry
Policy & Procedure Manual (This is for Middle & High School Volunteers.)
Step 4: Read and Sign the FCC Code of Conduct