MINISTRIES

Christ-Centered Parenting Bible Study

Do you feel ill-equipped to talk with the kids and teens of your life about cultural issues in a Christ-like manner? Then our newest bible study is for you! This study focuses on Christ-centered parenting with topics like gender issues, suicide/depression/anxiety, addiction, and technology. This study is designed to give a Biblical worldview of current issues facing children and parents of today.

The 6-session study starts this Wednesday, September 14th at 5 PM in the social hall of First Christian Church of Sandersville, Georgia. For more information,  reach out by email to admin@fccsandersville.org.

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Youth

Our youth program, for teens in seventh grade through twelfth grade, is focused on the spiritual development of our youth. Trips, special projects, retreats, and regional camps are all part of our youth program. Regular meetings are held during Sunday School and special programs once a month on Sunday. 

Uplifted Youth

Apostles Children

Our Apostles children program, for kids aged pre-kindergarten through sixth grade, features regional camps, Bible lessons, music, and Vacation Bible School. Regular meetings of Apostles children occurs during Sunday School and special programs once a month on Sunday. 

Children Singing in a Choir

Disciples Women

All women of faith are welcome to join the Disciples Women group. Our women serve and give back to the community of Washington County through various projects. Whenever there is a need, this group is ready to help. Meetings are typically held the second Monday of the month at 6:30 PM. Check out the calendar page for more information on meetings. 

Three Women

Disciples Men

Our men focus on community service and fellowship. They often step up to the plate to tackle projects around the church. They typically meet on the second Tuesday of every month at 7 PM. Check out the calendar page for more information on meetings. 

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Bread of Life

The Bread of Life started as a soup kitchen in 2004 before transitioning to a meal delivery service. Over three other churches in the community have since joined this ministry in delivering food to over 100 participants in the community. Since 2020, this ministry has been delivering grocery supplies.

Homemade Bread

Mission Store

The Mission Store is a discounted clothing and home goods store to help meet the needs of the less fortunate in our community. The funds from sales at this store help fund various Disciples Women projects. Donations are accepted during the store' open hours on Wednesday from 10 AM to 12 PM and on Fridays and Saturdays from 9 AM to 12 PM. 

Eco Friendly Shop

Christian Life Center

In cooperation with other churches around the community, FCC helps operate the Christian Life Center. This ministry provides a food pantry and other needed services. Those who wish to use Christian Life Center must receive a referral from Georgia Department of Family and Children Services. Donations of non-perishable dry goods are accepted on days the center is open or they may be placed in any of the blue buckets found inside the church. The Christian Life Center is open Tuesday morning from 9 AM to 12 PM. 

Volunteers Packing Food

Miriam Ministry

The Miriam Ministry, named after Moses' sister Miriam, who watched over him as a baby in the basket in the river, was started to help assist mothers in need in the Washington County community. Through this program, FCC helps provide assistance in the form of diapers, developmental books, and toys through partnership with the Women, Infants, and Children program. You may donate to this ministry through the Give section or by clicking here.

Newborn Baby