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BECOME A PART OF OUR FAMILY

You will find ministries active to serve you, no matter what your age. While they meet separately, we do all come together on Sundays for corporate fellowship, worship, and hearing the Word together. Being a part of "Faith Family" means everyone can find a place to be served, and find their opportunity to serve Christ.

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High School and Middle School ministry.

In the High School and Middle School ministry at Faith Assembly, Pastors Rick and Tab guide students to immerse themselves in God's presence while aiding them in discovering their callings in life.

They meet Wednesdays at 7:00 p.m. each week. Sunday School is taught on Sunday mornings at 9:30 p.m.

There are special events throughout the year, such as the summer camp Camp Crestwood, the outdoor Summer Games Series, and an annual Youth Convention weekend trip to celebrate Speed the Light.

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Children's ministry, first - sixth grades.

Pastor Misty wants the children to know what important roles they can play in the church. So on Sunday mornings, they begin their service with the adults, worshipping in the sanctuary! Afterward, they move upstairs in the Education Wing to the Faith Kids room. There they play games, enjoy snacks, and learn a biblical lesson from Pastor Misty and her volunteer team!

Faith Kids offers classes for toddlers and pre-schoolers on Sunday mornings. On Wednesdays, children can participate in Royal Rangers and Missionettes classes.

There are nursey services available on Sunday mornings as well. 

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Band and Praise teams.

The Faith Worship Team believes true worship doesn’t come through a specific song or a style, but as Romans 12:1 states “true and proper worship” begins when we offer our “bodies as a living sacrifice, holy and pleasing to God.”

With a foundation of true worship, empowered by the Holy Spirit, we seek the presence of God in our lives, not only on Sunday, but also throughout the week. We pray that worship prepares our hearts and minds at Faith Assembly and opens the door for a life-changing encounter as  the Word of God is delivered.

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College 
& Career

Young adults meet weekly for Bible study and group discussion. They also serve within other ministries during out regular services. 

They gather outside of church for fellowship, as well as take trips to services and conferences that keep revival fires stirred up in hearts.

Ages 18 through 24, enrolled in college or pursuing their careers.

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J.O.Y. Group

Our older youth meet once a month for a lunch at Faith Assembly, in town, or for a trip together.

Pastors Gary and Patsy have a heart to connect with older saints to make sure they are not left out or feel forgotten. 

Just older youth, 55 and up ministry.

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Nursing Home

A talented team of singers and musicians visit with residents of Laurel Heights Nursing Home so they can experience a church service together.

Darlene Bowling leads with compassion so residents know they are loved and not forgotten.

Ministering to those at our local nursing homes.

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Shelter Serving

Faith Assembly financially supports the Good Samaritan Homeless Shelter located on East 4th Street in London, KY.

Once a month we send a food service team to provide a meal for them.

A feeding ministry to our local homeless shelter.

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The Salt Ministry was established in 2018 to fulfill the admonition of Christ to be the “salt of the Earth,” specifically by reaching out to single parents and families to offer support during difficult/unexpected circumstances.

HOW IT WORKS

1. Nominate someone in need. Fill out the Google Form linked below on behalf of someone you know who could use a little assistance.

(Nominations are anonymous to the recipient and you cannot nominate yourself.) 

2. After validating each nomination, the Salt Council may provide a one-time donation to pay a bill directly, or coordinate options based on the individual need and the availability of funds. 

 

3. Upon approval, each nominee will receive a letter from the Salt Council, offering prayer and hope to the individual or family receiving assistance.

SALT NOMINATION FORM

Click on the "Nominate" button to be taken to the Google Form.

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