We exist to Proclaim Jesus Christ, Share life around the Gospel, and Grow in faith. For recent services and pictures, please check out our Facebook Page:
At our gatherings you can look forward to blended worship, effectual prayer, open communion, expository preaching and the blessing of gathering with fellow worshippers of King Jesus!
We are excited to announce the promotion of Larry Hobbs from interim pastor to full-time pastor! The congregation voted on November 19 to accept Larry into this position.
Larry, and his wife, Jenny, have been “vacationing” in St. Francis for several years from the Denver area. Larry has worked as a youth pastor for many years and has been bringing students to St. Francis for 18 years during the summer for mission work. Please join us in welcoming them to the community as full-time residents instead of part-time residents!
If you or anyone you know is interested in helping serve God and a wonderful body of believers, please reach out to Larry, Eddie, or Perry
Perry Keller is an elder at FCC and also helps direct the missions team. He and his wife Paula have been faithfully serving at FCC for over 10 years.
Eddie Brunk is one of our elders. He and his wife Julie have 3 children and they have been faithfully serving at FCC for over 30 years.
Our church members are the people who have made a covenant commitment to this body of believers in doctrinal and behavioral practice. This does not represent everyone in our church family though and there are many people who attend with us regularly, or when they can or by livestream that we love dearly! And of course, ANYONE is welcome to attend our services and get involved with us as we serve the Lord in St Francis.
Although we are a non-denomination church, we don't believe that God designed churches to function alone! We are part of the Disciple Heritage Fellowship headquartered in Decatur, IL. With this Fellowship, we are able to enjoy sharing resources and leadership development with other like-minded churches, while retaining our individual autonomy as a local church.