Welcome to Fareham Community Church.
We are a growing, enthusiastic, family friendly church with a desire to create a great place of belonging for people of every age and every background. Through our Sunday Celebration and our weekly Small Groups, held in homes around the borough, we try and get the balance of both the big and the small.
We would love you to join us at one of our Sunday meetings. We meet upstairs in our building, The King’s Centre (171-173 West Street, Fareham). A lift is available if you prefer to use it. Our main Sunday meeting begins at 10.30am, but we serve tea and fresh coffee from 10.15.
What to expect on a Sunday Morning
We start with a time of worship led by our band. There may be also be opportunities for people to share personal stories of how God has helped them recently. After about 20 minutes the children and youth will go to their own groups and the main meeting continues with interesting and relevant bible based teaching.
|24/11/2019||Continuing our series on Luke. This week Luke chapter 14||Graham Clay|
|17/11/2019||Luke 13 (Power in Repentance)||Tim Lockwood|
|03/11/2019||Luke (Jesus Sends Out the 72)||Martin Doyle|
|27/10/2019||Luke (chapters 11-12). There are divisions in life and God is calling us to be decisive about where we are with them.||Richard Wadsworth|
|20/10/2019||Luke (chapters 9-10). Who are you? Who does God say you are?||Martin Doyle|
|13/10/2019||Please contact the church for a copy of Basil's talk.||Basil D'Souza|
|6/10/2019||Continuing our series on Luke (chapter 8 here). Jesus calms the storm and uses every aspect of the situation to point to God and to develop the faith of those around Him.||Vicki Day|
|29/9/2019||Continuing our series on Luke (chapter 6 and 7 here). We sometimes need to risk our reputation in order to reach out to others.||Greg Whittick|
|22/9/2019||Short talks and testimonies from God's family at Harvest time||Caroline, Richard and Martin|
|15/9/2019||Luke and the Mission of Jesus (Watch and Learn)||Graham Clay|
|8/9/2019||Baptism - What's The Fuss? Thoughts and testimonies on Baptism.||Richard Wadsworth|
|1/9/2019||Continuing our series on the values of the Church - Journey, through live, with God, never on our own.||Caroline Wadsworth|
|25/8/2019||Continuing our series on the values of the Church - Journey, through live, with God, never on our own.||David Wadsworth|
|18/8/2019||Continuing our series on the values of the Church - Loving Others||Graham Clay|
|11/8/2019||Continuing our series on the values of the Church - Living as a Family||Richard Wadsworth|
|4/8/2019||First in a series on the values of the Church - Jesus at the Centre of our lives||Sue Fear|
|21/7/2019||Thinking about the mission of the Church, and for our Church? Where are we and where do we need to go next?||Richard Wadsworth|
|14/7/2019||Continuing our series on the Big Story, considering the return of the Israelites to the primomised land.||Graham Clay|
|7/7/2019||God is One. Love the Lord your God with all your heart, all your mind and all your strength.||Phil Norris|
|30/6/2019||Looking at the bible story in Numbers 21 and the journey of the Israelites as they near the end of their time in the wilderness.||Martin Doyle|
|23/6/2019||For many of us, we can see the gifts that God has for us but we need confidence to take them and to use them. God wants to bless us through His gifts.||Peter Butt|
|16/6/2019||We are often good at talking, sometimes to God, but listening and hearing from God usually needs more work. God is talking when we are ready to listen.||Martin Doyle|
|9/6/2019||Pentecost (Christ in Us)||Richard Wadsworth|
|26/5/2019||Continuing the Big Story series with a look at Caleb's Story.||Caroline Wadsworth|
|19/5/2019||Continuing the Big Story series with a look at the rules and interpretation of Leviticus.||Richard Wadsworth|
|12/5/2019||Jesus did not just happen to die at the time of Passover, it was all part of God's carefully crafted plan and the reason we still share communion in a special way today.||Graham Clay and Caroline Wadsworth|
|5/5/2019||God is generous in the way he loves us and made the world. He made gold and diamonds and everything we might consider precious, but there is much more.||Pete and Paula Phillips|
How to get involved!
Join a small group
If you’re new to FCC our mid week small groups are great ways to get to make friends and get to know God more. There are lots to choose from. For a list of the groups available email email@example.com.
Find out about FCC teams
There are many teams who work together to make things happen at FCC. Joining a team is another great way to get to know people and have fun. No matter what your interests or gifts there will be something for you: from helping at The Ark toddler group, to welcoming people on a Sunday morning to playing in the worship Band. If you’d like to see the list of teams and find out more, then click here.
The faith journey
We are all on a journey of faith and think everyone should have the opportunity to talk through the big questions; such as ‘Why are we here?’, ‘Where are we going?’ and ‘Who really is Jesus?’
If you would like to explore these big issues then coming on a Sunday morning is a great first step. Attending an Alpha Course is also a great idea. This course was to designed to give people space to explore and openly discuss the Christian faith. Every evening is slightly different, but always includes a meal and a very warm welcome. We run three Alpha Courses a year – with the next one starting in January. Email the Alpha team or Click the link below: