When you visit Faircreek, we want you to feel at home. Dress the way you are comfortable. Have a cup of coffee and make some new friends. You’ll find people of all ages and backgrounds. Please feel free to let someone know you are new so that we can assist you or answer any questions you might have. You are our guest, and we want you to feel relaxed and warmly welcomed. There is visitor parking located directly outside our front doors!
Our services are at 9:30 and 11am and are about 65 minutes in length, including worship and a message from God’s Word. We invite teenagers to join their parents during the 11am service, and there is a community for students during the 9:30 service. God has blessed us with an amazing facility and a staff that is available for your infants-preschoolers. Kindergarten-5th grade ministries are available during both services. The Family Ministry Center is located to the left of the Worship Center and our Welcome Team will be glad to assist you in checking in your children.
In the late 1920′s, a few Christians began meeting together in Dayton, Ohio. Together, they established a church called Christian Tabernacle. This small group of believers quickly turned into a growing and thriving assembly of Christ followers that began serving and reaching out to the city of Dayton. Over time, they were able to build their first facility on a corner just off Main Street in downtown Dayton.
The church thrived at that location for decades, and in 1988, after much prayer and some difficult decisions, Christian Tabernacle’s leadership followed God’s plan to move the church family to the Fairborn/Beavercreek area, changing their name to Faircreek Church. God has continued to bless and use the people of Faircreek for His ministry and for His purpose in the surrounding community. By His grace we have continued to grow and have been blessed by a beautiful new facility for children and families (Family Ministry Center).
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