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Welcome

Welcome! We are a church devoted to loving God through worship, serving others in community, and growing in our faith as followers of Jesus.

We hope and pray God will encourage you to join us!

Fairfield Mountains Chapel is an interdenominational Christian church, meaning we include members from many different Christian churches and traditions. Over 40 years ago, the church initially united around common Christian beliefs, those stated in the traditional Apostles’ Creed, which still serves today as a common statement of faith for the congregation.

We encourage you to learn more about us through visiting the pages of this website and of course, worshipping with us on Sundays at 10 AM!

Gathering Times
Sunday: 10am

If you would like to know even more, you can read our full history below.

What We Believe

“Together loving God and serving others.”

These words sum up what we believe at Fairfield Mountains Chapel.

“Together” means we are not meant to live the Christian life alone, but in
community with other Christians. That’s why the Apostle Paul calls the church the
“Body of Christ” and speaks of how we are all connected to one another like a human
body has many parts.

“Loving God” is displayed in how we worship together. Our worship at Fairfield
Mountains Chapel is designed to glorify God, to encourage followers of Jesus Christ
and to give opportunities for all people to respond to God through faith in Jesus Christ.

“… and serving others” means we are designed by God to serve one another.
God created us, and equips us for service as Ephesians 2:10 says, “For we are God’s
handiwork, created in Christ Jesus to do good works, which God prepared in
advance for us to do.”

As an Interdenominational Church, Fairfield Mountains Chapel has adopted the
Apostles’ Creed as our basic statement of faith. The Creed is a summary of Christian
beliefs that dates back centuries and has been agreed upon as a Christian statement of
faith for many churches. We often say the creed in our worship services as an
affirmation of our faith and use the traditional Apostles’ Creed which states-

I believe in God the Father almighty, Maker of heaven and earth; and in Jesus
Christ, His only Son, our Lord; who was conceived by the Holy Ghost; born of the
virgin Mary; suffered under Pontius Pilate; was crucified, dead and buried. He
descended into hell. The third day He rose again from the dead; He ascended into
heaven; and sitteth on the right hand of God the Father Almighty; from whence
He shall come to judge the quick and the dead. I believe in the Holy Ghost; the
holy catholic Church; the communion of saints; the forgiveness of sins; the
resurrection of the body; and the life everlasting.

Becoming a Member

You are invited to consider membership here at Fairfield Mountains Chapel. You
may become a member of the Chapel by -

- professing your faith in Jesus Christ, or

- by transferring your membership from another Christian church.

- If you have not been baptized as a Christian, we offer baptism as a sign of
your new faith in Christ.

In addition to regular membership, affiliate membership is offered to those who
would like to join this congregation while at the same time maintaining regular
church membership elsewhere. If you have any questions, or you are ready to be
a member, please contact the Pastor.

At Fairfield Mountains Chapel...

We believe God’s grace is available to all people, no matter where you are from, what
you look like, what denomination you are, or even if you have no Christian background.
Our communion table is open to all who believe in Jesus Christ. (Normally we serve

Communion the first Sunday of every month.)

We want you to be relaxed attending our service, so feel free to dress comfortably. You
will find our congregation will dress anywhere from business formal to quite casual.
We have a Children’s Church that meets during the service time for children ages 4

through the fifth grade.

After the worship service, you will be invited to join us in our Fellowship Hall for coffee

and refreshments, and an opportunity to meet others.

Staff

April Hill

Church Secretary/Treasurer

Lyn Weaver

Director of Music

Gale Wilson

Church Pianist

Steve Deckert

Audio Visual

Laurie DeVenuto

Children’s Sunday School

Larry Landrum

Larry Landrum, Facilities Manager

Everette Chapman

Pastor Emeritus

Elders

The Elders at the Chapel work together with the Pastor for the spiritual welfare of
the church. We have a nine-member Elder Board, each serving three-year terms.
The church elects three new members to the board each year in June. Elders
have responsibility to lead the church’s efforts in Worship, Fellowship, Finance,
Building and Grounds, Prayer, Shepherding, Youth and Children Ministry, and Outreach.

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