1) What kind of church is Fork Christian Church? 

  • Fork Christian Church a family of people who are probably a lot like you. We come from all walks and backgrounds in life, but we have found common ground in our search for meaning: a loving God. We’re a non-denominational church. That just means that we are locally governed and we’re not a part of a larger denomination. We don’t believe that we’re the “only Christians” but strive to be “Christians only”. 

2) What should I expect if I visit?

  • When you visit Fork Christian Church we hope that you experience a friendly greeting and an opportunity to connect with God. The music is upbeat and encouraging. The sermons are engaging and personal. The people are friendly, but not pushy. Our worship style combines modern music, the use of multi-media and highlights encouraging biblical teaching in order to provide an uplifting experience that will encourage you through the week. 

3) What should I wear?

  • Please wear whatever you feel comfortable in. People who come to FCC wear anything from t-shirts and jeans to business casual to dressy. Feel free to leave the ties and high-heeled shoes at home if that is not what you would normally wear. Be yourself…we have no other expectation. 

4) Will I have to say anything, sign anything, give anything, or be singled out in any way?

  • If you are a guest, please consider our services as our gift to you. We want you to remain as anonymous as you want to, but we encourage you to keep coming back to find out what Jesus is all about! When you are ready, please fill out a First Connection Card at church so we can get more information about FCC to you.

5) What do you have for children and teenagers?

  • Our students are a top priority at FCC. We understand that raising kids in today’s world is more difficult than ever. We offer separate classes for all pre-school and elementary students every Sunday morning, and a “Junior Church” experience for K-5th graders. The middle and high school students meet throughout the week for NEXT Youth Group.

6) How do I get involved?

  • We believe there is no way to get closer to the heart of God than to join a small group or a serving team.  You'll find a place to build relationships and serve others.  If you're interested in being a part of a small group, click here to find out more.

            If you'd like to volunteer with a specific ministry , you can email volunteers@forkchristian.org.

7) What can I do to become a member of Fork Christian Church?

  • We try not to make it harder to become a member of the local church than it is to become a Christian. Those who have turned to Christ in faith and have been baptized are welcomed into membership. If you have never made a decision to become a Christian, one of our staff members would love to talk to you about that. Please call us.  If you are already a Christian, then perhaps a good place for you to begin would be to attend our 101 class. This is a one time class offered every first Wednesday of the month. 101 is a place to learn some basics about the church – and to see where you might fit in. 

8) What is your practice with baptism?

  • We administer the baptism taught and practiced in the scriptures and accepted by every church today-immersion of a penitent believer as a symbol of our participation in Christ's own death, burial, and resurrection. We do not practice infant baptism. 

9) How big is Fork Christian Church?

  • FCC is a midsize church.  We average between 500-600 people in attendance each weekend.  While that may be larger than some churches and smaller than others, we feel that our church has a commitment to remain a personal church, even as we grow.

10) What are your service/gathering times?

  • Services/Gatherings at FCC are: 9:00AM and 11:00AM ... both services are identical


We hope we've answered your questions about FCC.  

If you have a specific question not addressed in this section, be sure to contact questions@forkchristian.org.