Faith Church is a church “with ” small groups and “of ” small groups!

There are many names out there to describe what these groups are and what they do . . . at Faith, we call them


Our Mission The Mission of FAITH Church is simple:  Growing the Saved to Reach the Lost.  As Christ-following children of God, we must purposefully obey the Great Commandment of God (“love the Lord your God with all . . . “ Deut. 6:5) and fulfill the Great Commission of God (“go . . . make disciples . . . baptize . . . teach” Matt. 28:19-20).    “The building up of the saved, and the winning of the lost are the purposes of our ministry, to the glory of God.  But God must work in us before He can work through us.” (W. Wiersbe)   At FAITH Church we are all about making disciples.  Through a steady diet of expositional preaching on Sunday mornings, to small groups sharing life together throughout the week, or even one-on-one (or one-on-three) mentorship, an in-depth study of the scriptures is the primary avenue to fulfill God’s Word and His plan for our lives, ultimately to:

  • Conform to the image of His Son (Rom. 8:29)
  • Be a living sacrifice holy, pleasing, and acceptable to God by the transformation of our renewed minds (Rom. 12:1-2)
  • Teaching to observe all His commands (Matt. 28:20)

  What are Life Groups?  Small groups of adults of all ages inside the Faith Family dedicated to facilitating the vision of Loving, Learning, and Living like Jesus.  It is our desire that every Faith Church member invest in a small biblical community.  How can we say we love God with all our heart, soul, mind and strength, if we have no desire to learn and grow together? Where do Life Groups meet?   Various locations including Faith Church, homes of Faith Family members, or any other local meeting facility.   When do Life Groups meet?   Once a week or every other week with times and days to be determined by each group’s schedule.  Why do Life Groups meet?   Life Groups meet with the goal of growing and maturing the body of Christ as they generate:  relationships, assimilation (getting people “plugged in”), commitment to Christ, and life-transformation.  Eph. 4 calls for the “equipping of the saints for the work of ministry” and this how we flesh this out at Faith Church.

Who leads Life Groups?   Primarily Faith Church members that have been approved and tested by Faith Elders.

 Faith Church currently has 10 Life Groups meeting          

Contact the church office and we’ll help you CONNECT to a group that will best fit you.

  Meeting on Sundays

  • The Mock Group (leaders, Rob & Stephanie Mock) 4:00-5:30pm in their home
  • The Fields Group (leaders, Jeff & Anna Fields) — 5:30-7:00 here at church.


  • The Women of the Word Group (leader, ) — This is a ladies only group, 9:30-11:00am here at Faith


  • The Reaves Group (leaders, Rob & Rebecca Reaves) — 6:30-8:00pm here at Faith
  • The  Group (leaders, ) — 6:30-8:00pm in John & Susan Striebich’s home
  • The Robinson Group (leaders, Mark & Sharon Robinson) — 6:30-8:00 in their home


  • The Franklin Group (leaders, Bo & Teri Franklin) — 6:30-8:00 in their home
  • The Goodwin Group (leaders, Adam & Sarah Goodwin) — 6:30-8:00 in Darren & Amber Devore’s home


  • The Tomlinson Group (leaders, Jeff & Misty Tomlinson) — 6:30-8:00 in their home


  • The Riggle Group (leader, Sue Riggle)  — This is a ladies only group, 10-11:30am, meets in Wanda Dillon’s home