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committed to one another, and connected to the world around us by sharing and showing the love of God, beginning in Melrose.
Our greatest desire is to see people worship and serve the Lord Jesus. We invite you to check out this website to find out more about who we are, or better yet, join us for our Sunday morning worship service. Please contact us with questions or comments, and join us in person as we worship the Lord together.
Attention!Our building is OPEN for Sunday morning worship service. Grab a mask & come join us! All are welcome. For those not yet comfortable coming in person, we continue to make our services available online on our Facebook and YouTube pages.
How can I make sense of the Bible?
Current Sermon Series
If you have ever found the Bible confusing or intimidating, you are not alone! It can be difficult to understand, although it doesn’t need to be. The Bible is not a collection of 66 unrelated books, but the Bible tells a one grand story, centered on the redemption of sinful man, by a loving God, fulfilled by Christ's life, death, and resurrection. Join us on Sunday morning as we unveil this beautiful story week by week through the acronym C.A.S.K.E.T. E.M.P.T.Y.
Join us every Sunday at 10:00 am.
Every Sunday morning we gather together as a community at 10:00am to worship God. This is our opportunity to proclaim God's worth and to celebrate what he has done for us through Jesus Christ. We don't come because of religious duty or obligation, but we come to hear from God through his Word and to respond to him in prayer and praise.
UpdateA Servant's Heart Food Pantry will continue to distribute pre-bagged groceries on Friday's 10am-11:30am to those in need.
Our Servant's Heart Pantry
A servant's Heart Food Pantry is a vital ministry of Faith Evangelical Church and one that helps us fulfill our mission to make disciples beginning in the community of Melrose. No matter where you live there are those who are struggling to make ends meet. Melrose is no different. By offering a Food Pantry we meet people's physical need for food. By being the hands and feet of Jesus and meeting the physical needs, our hope is that we will also meet their greatest need, which is to see our need for a Saviour and repent. We want to them to know Jesus who can satisfy and fulfill all our needs perfectly.More Info