Faith Created Assembly

  

During our transition period and search for a new pastor

please contact the following for prayers, hospital visits, illness,

or other emergency need involving members of the church:

 

Ray Treese-Chairman  859-302-6383

Howard Roberts 859-369-7264

Winston Bales 859-248-1823

Adam Roberts 859-358-6534

Steve Trosper 859-625-8225

 

PEOPLE MATTER TO GOD, SO MORE THAN

ANYTHING ELSE, THEY MUST MATTER TO US!

 

SERVICE TIMES: SUNDAY 10:45AM,

WEDNESDAY 7:00PM. CLASSES FOR ALL

AGES!!

 

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CHECK OUT OUR WELCOME VIDEO!!

 

From the youngest to the oldest, everyone wants to feel a part of

something bigger than themselves. That's why we make available

ministries to every age group from nursery to elementary, middle,

 and high school all the way to college, adults, and prime timers.

 

WHAT TO EXPECT AT FAITH CREATED?

From the moment you walk in the door, our goal is to let you know that we count it a privilege to welcome you as our guest - No Strings Attached!

You'll see people dressed however they feel most comfortable, ready to assist you any way that you need.

If you have kids and want to keep them with you, that's fine. Otherwise, we'll help you get them to the place where our trained workers will minister to them at their level.

Music plays an important role in the life of our church, and our contemporary Praise Team is one of the best around. Whether loud and strong, or soft and gentle, we fully expect two things to happen every week - For God to be honored and blessed by our praise and worship, and to be changed by His Spirit as He moves in our midst and on our hearts.

Finally, you can expect to hear positive and encouraging preaching from the Bible that is relevant and challenging to you. Often these challenges remind us of our need for God's help, and we encourage people to spend time talking with Him before they leave.

Want someone to pray with you? We're here! Need someone to talk to? We'll listen!

 

Directions:

 We are located on the corner of 4th and Glyndon Streets.

From Main Street, Turn North onto 3rd St. (Stoplight #2)  

next to Richmond City Hall. Through 1 stoplight turn left on

Glyndon. Faith Created will be on the right.



 

                                                    

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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