God created us for community! It’s in our DNA. Our Creator knows it’s not good for us to be alone. That reality became even more evident after the Fall. As we have discovered over the last few years, it’s not good for us to be alone because the challenges of life in this fallen world can be overwhelming for us at times. We need the Lord and we need each other so we can grow in faith, especially in challenging times!

That’s why Hebrews 10:24-25 provide the Scriptural foundation for our “Faith Grows” campaign:

“Let us consider how we may spur one another on toward love and good deeds, not giving up meeting together, as some are in the habit of doing, but encouraging one another—and all the more as you see the Day approaching.”

As we live between now and the Last Day when our Lord and Savior Jesus returns in glory, we are encouraged by these verses to gather together, to encourage one another, and to serve together. As we do, “Faith Grows” in us and “Faith Grows” in and through our ministry as we carry out our mission of “inviting people to know Jesus”.

The goal of our “Faith Grows” Campaign is to provide the ministry spaces planned for the second phase of our Church campus and ministry expansion.


Our FAITH GROWS capital campaign will include building a new Chapel, Faith Plaza, and Memorial Garden & Columbaria. This campaign will allow us to focus more of our resources on mission and ministry.


Of greater importance is the opportunity to GROW in our lives. What needs your attention? What part of your life needs to growth? Could your personal spiritual life need growth? Perhaps one of your relationships could grow – marriage, friendship, work setting. Over the next three years your church is dedicated to assisting you in this important journey.

"The church has become my family and is the center of my life. Helping to serve the church has brought me closer to the Faith Community family which has given me so much. It has brought me closer to Jesus than I ever knew was possible."


"The first time I walked through the doors of Faith Community, I felt completely at home. Whenever I travel, where ever it may be, I look forward to coming home to friends and feeling the presence of Christ greeting me."



FAITH GROWS as people gather in our new Chapel for:

  • Traditional Worship Services
  • Midweek Services
  • Weddings
  • Memorial Services and Funerals
  • Concerts and Recitals
  •  Special Services and Events


FAITH GROWS as people gather at our covered Faith Plaza for:

  • Fellowship Events
  • Wedding and Funeral Receptions
  • Spiritual Growth Events
  • Community Outreach Events
  • Visitor information and welcome


FAITH GROWS as people gather in our Memorial Garden for:

• Committal Services

• Special Services

• Remembrance of loved ones.



  • "Faith Grows" is designed to provide us with opportunities to recommit to gathering together, encouraging one another, and serving together, as well as financially committing to building the next phase of our Church campus so we can continue to move forward in carrying out our Lord's mission.   

  • In order to completely build phase 2, about $4.5 million will need to be raised.

  • Yes. Gifts to the campaign will only be used for construction. The daily operations of our ministry will continue to be funded through our offerings.

  • We do not plan to add to current long-term debt. We plan for the "Faith Grows" three-year campaign to provide all the funding needed for this phase of expansion. If it doesn't, we will adjust building plans accordingly.

  • The new Sanctuary will be built in the Phase 3.

  • The Chapel will seat approximately 250 people, including the choir.

  • The Memorial Garden will contain approximately 400 niches on three walls, with room for more niches as needed. Each niche is 12" W x 12" H x 16" D and is designed to hold two urns. It will also have sections for Memorial Plaques for people who want to remember loved ones who were buried or interred in different places.

  • Yes. We have engaged HouseRight for our AV needs. They are experts who have worked with many congregations throughout the country to provide for their AV needs. We have an audio engineer working with us as well.

  • By God's grace, and with the congregation's financial support, the construction would begin around March 2023. Construction will be completed around the end of 2023, near the 25th Anniversary of the date our Church was organized (12/31/1998).

  • The construction company will ensure we still have safe access to the Church.   

  • Yes. In addition to Church-based music events, there is great interest in the Chapel being used as a concert and recital space by students and professionals. The Chapel would be rented out for such events if they align with our mission and scheduled use.

  • With the Chapel, we will be able to add a later Traditional service on Sunday morning. We would also hold Midweek services in the Chapel.

  • It will be a shaded multi-purpose structure that will enable us to make more use of the courtyard area. Plans for the shaded structure include lights, fans and electric plug-ins.

  • The price for the niches has not yet been determined. Right now our focus is on the capital campaign and determining what we will be able to build in phase 2.

  • You can go to the Church Center App on your phone or the website ( and sign up in events to indicate on the "Memorial Garden Niches" option that you are interested in learning more.  SIGN UP HERE

  • The Commitment Weekend will be November 12-13, 2022.

  • Yes, you can choose the frequency of your gifts (one-time, annually, monthly, weekly) for the three-year campaign.

  • Yes, there will certainly be a ceremony, although the date for it hasn't been scheduled yet.