But you are citizens with the saints and also members of the household of God, built upon the foundation of the apostles and prophets, with Jesus Christ himself as the cornerstone. In him the whole structure is joined together and grows into a holy temple in the Lord; in whom you also are built together spiritually into a dwelling place for God. Ephesians 2:19b-22
Sharing FPC Building & Grounds
The Faith Church community is committed to living and sharing the miracle of God’s grace. From this commitment, and in faithful stewardship, we will offer the gifts of our time, our building and our grounds to our neighbors in love and to those with whom God calls us into partnership for the purposes of God’s work. Therefore, the building and grounds with which we’ve been blessed are available to members, neighbors and partners as designated in our revised “Use of Facilities (UF) Policy”.
- Faith Church has embraced a Partnership concept for long-term use of its facilities. The process begins with an organization submitting a one-page application, which initiates communication with our Facilities Use Committee. The applicant and the committee then jointly complete a Partnership Agreement for approval by our governing body, the Session.
- Occasional, one time use continues to be a vital part of Faith Church’s congregational and family life and ministry.
Click the attachments below (PDF format) of our policy, forms, guidelines and fees. Information can also be obtained by contacting the church office.
The Building & Grounds Committee provides the congregation with a church facility that is clean, safe, and in good repair so the members can Worship and enjoy fellowship in pleasant surroundings. Anyone interested in being on the committee is welcome. Please contact the church office with any questions.
Facility Use Forms and Guidelines:
- Application for Partnership Use
- Hold Harmless Agreement
- Application for One Time or Occasional Use
- Hospitality and Housekeeping Guidelines
- Use of Facilities Policy
*The photo above shows the church as viewed from Cherokee St.