Welcome! We're glad you're here!
We know you may have some questions, such as...
Are these people like me?
We welcome everyone. We're part of a family of believers who seek to be a "movement for wholeness in a fragmented world." All are welcome to the Lord's table as God has welcomed us. We believe that men and women are called to serve in the church in equal roles. We offer growth and learning opportunities for all ages. Music, community service, and fellowship are important components of our faith. To learn more about us, click here.
Who is the minister?
Our minister, Reverend Cecil Cook, joined us recently from Jacksonville, Florida. To learn more about Cecil, click here.
What are the service times?
Sunday School begins at 9:45 a.m. and lasts through 10:30 a.m. every Sunday. There are classes for everyone, including classes for children from Pre-K up. Worship begins at 11:00 a.m. Children's youth programs are on Sunday evenings from 5:00 p.m. through 6:30 p.m. For more information about Sunday School and youth programs, click here.
What are the childcare arrangements?
Our nursery is available from Sunday School until the end of worship every Sunday. The nursery is staffed by Dianne, a longtime member of our fellowship, and Jessica, who has a technical degree in child care.
What do I wear?
Whatever you like! Our church goers wear everything from casual clothing and jeans to their Sunday best. We believe all are welcome at the Lord's table, no matter what they're wearing!
Where can I find the church?
Our church is located at 166 E Church Street in Sandersville, GA, at the corner where East Church Street intersects Smith Street.
What's going on at your church?
We're also a very active church in our community. Our Disciples Women group hosts a Mission Store, which provides discount clothing and home goods to those in need. Learn more about Disciples Women and the Mission Store here. FCC started a community meal delivery effort called Bread of Life, and you can learn more about our efforts here. We also participate in a community wide food pantry called the Christian Life Center, which provides for those needing a helping hand. You can read about it here. We also have various other projects going on at our church, and you can learn about them out here.