Faithbridge is a multi-generational church that values children, youth, and God-centered worship. We are a merging of two Methodist congregations, formerly Evangelical United Methodist and Franksville United Methodist. In 2016, we began worshipping together as one church family. As of January 1st, 2017, we officially became one church under the name Faithbridge.
To bring people into a personal and dynamic relationship with Jesus Christ
and to equip and mobilize them for ministry.
WHO ARE WE?
Orthodox in theology: We trust the historic teachings of the Church.
Evangelical in witnessing : We share our faith so others can come to know God.
Charismatic in experience: We believe the Holy Spirit is alive and at work in our lives.
Liberal in grace: Faithbridge is a safe place for everyone to wrestle with God.
Worship: We believe that you were planned for God's pleasure.
We believe that worship is a lifestyle expressed with private consistency and corporate vibrancy.
(John 4:24; Psalm 95:6-7; Psalm 138:2)
We believe in the Lordship of Jesus Christ and full devotion to Him is normative for every believer.
(Mark 8:34-35; Philippians 2:5-11; Luke 9:57-62)
Fellowship: We believe that you were formed for God's family.
We believe that we are called to "Love One Another" in all aspects of Church life.
We believe that we should strive for integrity and authenticity in matters of our personal and church life.
(1 Peter 1:5-8)
Discipleship: We believe that you were created to become like Christ.
We believe that Christians are called to lead a life of discipleship, striving for continuous and personal growth.
We believe in the authority of Scriptures-the Bible is the Word of God and is the compass of our lives.
(2 Timothy 3:16-17, Psalm 119:105)
Ministry: We believe that you were shaped for serving God.
We believe that the Holy Spirit empowers every follower of Christ, and they should be engaged in some form of team ministry.
(1 Peter 4:10; 1 Corinthians 12:4-7)
Evangelism: We believe that you were made for a mission.
We believe that lost people matter to God and, therefore, should matter to the church.
We believe that the church should be culturally relevant while remaining doctrinally pure.
(Hebrews 13:8; Luke 21:33; 1 Corinthians 9:22)