9AM Sunday Worship Service
10:45AM Sunday School (all ages)
August 25 Shoebox Club Packing Party-1:30, Gym
August 28 Soulfire Kickoff Burger Bash-7pm, offsite
September 4 Awana Registrations Night-6:30-7:30pm
September 4 SITM Kickoff Taco Fiesta-6:30pm, offsite
September 5 First Night of Soulfire-High School Youth Group-7pm
September 8 Compassionate Care Meeting-6pm, Purdy Prayer Room
September 10 Supper w/ Friends-5pm, Steel Away Café
September 11 First Night of SITM-7th & 8th Grade Youth Group-6:30pm, Youth Room
September 11 First Night of Awana-6:25pm
September 13-15 Women’s Retreat
September 14 Saturday Night Worship-6pm, Youth Room
September 23 Simply Monday Night-7pm, FFR
September 28-29 Fall Missions Conference
Questions about these events? Contact the Church Office at 920-563-4730.
W5949 Hackbarth Road
Fort Atkinson, WI 53538
Our Call to Missions
We believe strongly in the sending out of people all across the world who are spreading the Gospel and furthering the kingdom of God.
Faith Community Church contributes to the support of over 30 missionaries on 5 continents in 21 countries with 20 different mission agencies. In addition to supporting individuals, FCC also supports projects under the supervision of various faith agencies. We have numerous opportunities for short-term mission trips and strongly encourage them as they can broaden one's perspective of what God is doing all over the world.
To find out more about short-term mission opportunities, opportunities for helping with the Scofield Orphanage in Kenya, and for updates, please contact Patty Congden or call the church office to be re-directed to our missions committee.
Our Supported Missionaries
John and Lydia are currently serving as church planters as well as developing sustainable living for the people in their surrounding communities.
Jim and Jennifer Bowers have lived and raised our four adult children in the city of Kayes in the Republic of Mali for 30 years. Through a ministry of proclamation and reconciliation, we seek to help the Bambaras, Fulanis, and Moors hear and understand the gospel of Jesus Christ.
Jerome serves in the mobilization department of TEAM as a Missions Coach and the Rocky Mountain Hub Leader. He leads a small team of recruiters based in Colorado that covers most of the western United States. Jerome & Rebecca Brackeen have two daughters, Elisabeth and Annalise.
The Davis family serves as church planters in Lithuania through an organization called Baptist World Missionary Outreach Missions.
Tim and Susana Gretschmann are being redeployed by their mission, World Partners, to the country of Uruguay, South America. They will focus on evangelism and discipleship, seeing new churches established in Uruguay, and promoting discipleship in nearby countries. Please pray for them as they make this transition from Spain.
Steve, Monica, and their family are currently serving in Ascuncion, Paraguay, with New Tribes Mission.
Jim and Kathy Hansen have served for 25 years as missionaries with SIM in Bolivia, but are currently on extended Home Assignment in Wisconsin. While here Jim is volunteering as a teacher at New Tribes Bible Institute (Waukesha) and the Seminario Biblico Hispano (Chicago). He also makes regular trips back to Bolivia where he teaches modular courses at the Bolivian Bible Seminary. Recently, several hispanic churches in this area asked him to teach a course (in Spanish) on the doctrine of the Holy Spirit.
Dan and Myriam are serving with United World Mission in and from Belgium, Europe. Daniel serves as president of the Evangelists’ Forum and chairman of the board of the Global Evangelists Forum. These organizations seek to establish national committees whose aim it is to see a new generation of evangelists identified, mobilized, trained and deployed. They are also trying to establish a strong, visible, contextualized, outward focused, holistic missional church in Huy, Belgium as well as in training Belgians for a variety of ministries. Finally they oversee the other UWM missionaries serving in Belgium. Connect with the Liberek's now!
Stan, Jacqui, and Carrie Meyer are with Jews for Jesus in Southern California. Stan is originally from San Antonio, Texas, and prayed with his Jewish believing mother to receive Jesus as His Messiah and savior. Together with Holly, his late wife, they adopted Carrie from China in 2005. Sadly, Holly passed away in 2011. He raised Carrie as a single father, and married Jacqui in 2014. She is a Jewish believer in Jesus from Los Angeles who found the Messiah in high school. Stan meets with inquirers and new believers teaching the Scriptures, speaks in churches, and is in doctoral studies at Biola University.