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At Foothills Community Church, we are committed to the Glory of God and the joy of all peoples. We seek to Glorify the Lord by way of Christ centered worship, expository preaching, and for the Great Commission of Christ.

Join us Sundays at 9 AM for Sunday school and 10:30 worship. Our mid week activities and Bible studies are on Wednesday's from 6 PM-8 PM.  Contact us with any questions. We hope that you and your family will join us.

If you are interested in learning more about membership at Foothills Community Church, sign up online for our New Member Class by clicking on the link below. Once we have your contact information we will inform you of the next class date and time.

When we Meet

Sunday Mornings

9 AM Sunday School
10:30 AM Corporate Worship

Wednesday Evenings

6:00 PM Family Bible Study
6:30 PM Youth Group

What To Expect

We are a church that seeks to glorify God through Expository Preaching and a constant pursuit of the Great Commission.

What is Expository Preaching?

Expository preaching is that form of sermon in which the main point of a biblical text is the main point of the sermon preached. This is an intentionally simple and broad definition.  

Paul charged Timothy, “Preach the word” (2 Timothy 4:2a). He did not charge Timothy to preach, as if the function of preaching has any power of its own. Paul instructed Timothy that he must preach. Moreover, he explicitly stated what Timothy must preach. The pulpit is not a place for personal opinion, human wisdom, or worldly philosophies. The pulpit is the platform for the proclamation of the glorious word of God and the saving testimony of the Lord Jesus Christ.

Our commitment to expository preaching is rooted in our convictions about the Bible. We believe the Bible is God-breathed scripture. The Bible does not merely contain the word of God. It is the word of God. As the word of God, all scripture is necessary, true, full of wisdom, without error, spiritually profitable, life-changing, clear, exclusively authoritative, and sufficient.

What is The Great Commission?

Matthew 28:19-20 contains what has come to be called the Great Commission: “Therefore go and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, and teaching them to obey everything I have commanded you. And surely I am with you always, to the very end of the age.” Jesus gave this command to the apostles shortly before He ascended into heaven, and it essentially outlines what Jesus expected the apostles, and those who followed them, to do in His absence.

It is our desire to proclaim the Gospel of Jesus Christ to all people for the joy of their salvation.

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