Connect with a Group at Fairfield

  • Sunday Morning Groups

    We have a variety of Sunday Morning Groups - Marriage Enrichment Studies, Financial Peace University, verse by verse studies of a book of the Bible, and more. Want to know more about the options? Download the times and topics for the Sunday morning groups - here.


    For more information on groups, please contact Teresa Sullivan.

  • Weekly Groups

    FCC offers groups for various interests and ages. These groups meet for a semester twice a year with various biblical topics. Most of them meet in homes. Are you looking for a group of empty-nesters or a group for parents of pre-school kids? Need a group on Tuesday nights or a ladies group? We’ve probably got one! Check them out here.


    For more information on groups, please contact Teresa Sullivan.

  • The Book of Acts: Blueprint of the Church - Wednesdays at 6:30 pm in Room 509

    Mark Barbee will explain the key themes in the book of Acts and how they compare to the church of today. The study will cover miracles, leadership, salvation, and the work of the Holy Spirit. Focus will be on the key characters in the book and how God used these men and women in spreading the gospel around the world of that day. Class started September 27.

  • Life in the Spirit - Wednesdays at 6:30 pm in Room 510

    Ken Mulpas will lead a practical, Scripture-based Bible study course on the Holy Spirit that encourages Christians to better grasp the power and companionship available to every believer through His presence. This study is based on Robertson McQuilkin's book where he  presents his compelling thesis: to live daily in such close connection with the Father is to live more passionately and with a greater sense of purpose. Fee for optional book. Started September 27.

  • A group study guide and questions are available for weekly groups that are following our current sermon series.


    Patience Message - Questions - HERE


    For more information on joining or starting a group, please contact Teresa Sullivan.