Current Life Groups
We'd love for you to join!
Steadfast Men's Ministry
Join the men of FAC for various activities.
Group Leader: Bro. Jeff Duncan
This group is for ladies that are interested in connecting with God on a deeper level through prayer.
Group Leader: Sis. Jennifer Cox
Helping Hands - Community Outreach
A small group dedicated to community outreach and helping those in need.(Building Food Boxes, etc...)
Group Leader: Sis. Jennifer Hardin
Dessert and Devotion
If you enjoy dessert and the WORD this life group is just for you! We will meet once a month for friendship, dessert, and Bible Study. Let’s grow together in understanding God’s Word and applying it to our life!Group Leader: Sis. Jennifer Cox
HYPHEN - Young Adults Group
Navigating life as a young adult can be a difficult task. Why do it alone? Join our young adult group to connect with other young adults and enjoy time with each other.
Group Leader: Sis. Brittany Duncan
FORE! Him - Men's Golf Group
If you're interested in golf (GOOD OR BAD), you'll enjoy this group! Come play 9 holes with us, one Sunday afternoon each month! ($15 - $20 A GAME)
Group Leader: Bro. Adam Cox
why Life Groups?
What's the purpose?
What's a Life Group?
A life group is an intentional gathering of people that meet on a regular basis to connect with each other and do life together. Groups can be made up of people that share similar interests as you, or are in similar stages of life as you.
Are Life groups biblical?
In Acts 2 we find the disciples waiting for Jesus' promise of the infilling of the Holy Ghost. As they waited in the upper room the sound of a powerful wind filled the room where they were sitting. They were all filled with the Holy Ghost and spake with tongues as The Spirit enabled them. 3000 people were added to the church that day.
Acts 2:42 states:
6 Every day they continued to meet together in the temple courts. They broke bread in their homes and ate together with glad and sincere hearts, 47 praising God and enjoying the favor of all the people. And the Lord added to their number daily those who were being saved.
We believe the pattern of the New Testament church is the same today as it was years ago. We desire to not only "worship in the temple" but to break bread with one another, growing in unity, accountability, and service to Jesus Christ.