Each week in our services, we have the opportunity to worship God through music. Our desire is the same as that of the Psalmists who desire to:
“Sing the praises of the LORD, you his faithful people; praise His holy name.”
Sometimes we sing only a few songs, sometimes we sing more songs. Either way, our music team desires to lead each person in the church to a place of humble worship. Here at FLCC, we do not desire the “show” rather we desire authentic worship. You’ll never see moving lights or strobes here.
You may see people raising their hands during worship – this is not a requirement but some people choose to lift their hands as a posture of gratitude and humility.
Communion "Remembering Jesus"
Remembering Jesus is our time of Communion. This is a time of celebration for people who have chosen to follow Jesus. Stemming from the Jewish Passover festival, communion was instituted by Jesus for us to remember His body that was sacrificed to pay for our sins and His blood that initiates a new covenant with us – allowing us to relate to God personally.
Even though we offer communion every weekend, we hope and pray that it never becomes mundane, but that we continually examine our hearts in preparation for this weekly memorial.
Baptism is a simple illustration of being washed. It is a picture of Christ’s death and resurrection; a picture of new birth. When a person gives their life to Jesus, baptism is a logical “next step” for that person to publicly confess what Jesus has done in washing their sin (wrong-doings) away.
Each sermon that is preached comes from the counsel of many advisors. Many of our staff gather at a “sermon club” each week to collectively discuss the content that will be preached from the Word of God and provide input and perspective.
If you miss any of our sermons or need to get caught up on the current series, check out our Sermon page for sermon audio and notes!
We know that children are important to God. Our children’s ministry is not simple babysitting. We care that our ministry is fun, Biblical, safe and facilitates godly relationships.