This year, once again, FCC will partner with Food at First to provide a Thanksgiving meal on Thursday, November 27th from 11 am to 1 pm. For more details, or if you would like to sign up to volunteer, please visit Food at First, at http://bit.ly/1EviaNw.
Welcome to our website!
At First Christian Church we say, “Come as you are, you belong.”
We welcome everyone on this journey to connect with one another and with God who is bigger than we can think or imagine, and who invites us to be partners in making a difference in the world.
Whether you consider yourself a follower of Christ, an agnostic, or a questioning skeptic, or you are struggling with difficult questions of faith, know that you don’t have to check your brain at our door. We practice respect of every individual’s faith journey. Here you can ask tough questions and be part of a group of people who believe that Jesus showed us a way of being that emphasizes compassion, love and justice.
At First Christian, you are free to explore, imagine, wonder, and engage in what really matters. Here you will find a warm and caring community of people that is not defined so much by our agreements or disagreements, as by our acts of love and care, justice and healing.
If you are looking for a community with room for all kinds of people, come check us out!
Enrich your faith. Experience the Core practices of the Christian faith through this 7 part interactive video class: Prayer: Oriented toward God Food: Eating with Jesus Worship: Seeking God’s Prsence Sacraments: A Tapestry of Traditions Money: The Joy of Sharing Service: The Needs Right in Front of You Community: An Unexpected Family Classes begin Sunday,… Read more
Join us for some tasty ice cream and good conversation. This is an all Church event, so plan to attend, and invite others! Sunday, September 7th at 4 pm!
“O send out your light and your truth; let them lead me.” – Psalm 43:3 The labyrinth dates back to prehistoric times and is perceived as sacred space. It is found in all religious traditions in various forms around the world. The true labryrinth has no false pathways or dead ends to confuse those who… Read more
“Come to me all you who are weary… and I will give you rest.” “Let all who thirst come to the water.” Come experience God’s healing and peace in this quiet, reflective worship service. Bring your worries and your struggles, your questions and your pain, and allow this time of worship to surround you with… Read more
Haiku – Portraying the World in a Few Syllables In the Psalms (“The heavens declare God’s glory…”), in Jesus’ teachings (“Consider the lilies…”) and elsewhere, Scripture speaks of the faith-building significance of observing Nature. Haiku and related Japanese short-form poetry are built on an ancient tradition of capturing an image, sensation or relationship drawn from… Read more
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Ames, IA 50010