Do not conform to the pattern of this world, but be transformed by the renewing of your mind. Then you will be able to test and approve what God’s will is—his good, pleasing and perfect will. (Romans 12:2)
Falls View Church is here to serve, encourage and equip its congregation to continuously grow deeper in their personal relationship with Christ, while they are actively engaged in our church activities, as together we serve and seek the lost of our community and beyond. Matthew 28:18-20
We are here to connect people to life in Christ! We believe that this breaks down to connecting with God, each other, and the world.
Equip the congregation and church leaders to grow and develop their faith, put Jesus first in all things, following Jesus’ teachings, bear spiritual fruit, love one another and share the gospel.
We want people to not only attend church, but to be engaged through participating and serving in our church activities; including bible study, small groups, prayer, worship, giving, fellowship, community outreach and pastoral care alongside the deacons.
To be a place where people can come worship Jesus in spirit and in truth and experience his love and presence. (John 4:23)
Actively serving and seeking the lost in our community, and beyond.
Our desire is to shine the light of the message of Jesus Christ into the confusion of this world’s darkness through personal relationships and outreaching events.
We have each been designed to live out our journey with God in connection with those around us. God has brought each and every one of us into community with one another and equipped us for a specific function within that community. It is our desire to see everyone discover their part and enable them to live it out.
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