Fairhaven’s Family Childcare Fee covers the cost of all childcare services, children ages six weeks-kindergarten, that a family uses for ministry events. This annual (September-August), non-refundable fee of $30 per family can be paid any time during the year and is NOT required for weekend or holiday worship services. Childcare registration is in addition to your event registration and should be done no later than one week in advance of the ministry event.
Explore the ten traits of a healthy disciple, including topics around prayer, relationships, servanthood, worship, spiritual disciplines, and relating to the church. Using the book of John, the author looks to the beloved disciple as an example of a life lived close to Christ. The class will give you practical advice on how to live with Jesus and for Him. Personal experiences bring the traits of discipleship into modern context.
Essentials are qualities fundamental, inherent, and indispensable in defining the essence of something. What are the essentials of leadership? What are those building blocks that enable the greatest growth, expansion of influence, and create the spark to move a vision forward?
In this 2 hour simulcast event, Andy Stanley and Craig Groeschel share their experiences in leading highly effective ministries and provide us with three essentials on which to build our leadership.
The word “advent” stems from the Latin noun adventus meaning “a coming, approach or arrival.” Advent begins the Western church calendar year, a season of fresh beginnings tied into an ancient and ever moving story: Jesus’ story. The advent of God to man is a story that encompasses our past, our present, and our future and reminds us what God has done, what He is doing and what He has promised to do. In this practical workshop, you’ll come to understand how the season of Advent can inform and invigorate your celebration of the Christmas tradition.
There are three steps to becoming a covenant member: attend one 90-minute class on covenant membership, be interviewed by an elder or a pastor regarding your spiritual journey and commitment to Jesus Christ, and be received into covenant membership during a Fairhaven worship service. Class dates are listed below for each campus. You only need to attend one class.
This 5-week, DVD-based study deals with the subject of pornography and conquering temptation in a way that’s highly engaging, informative and includes round table discussion. You’ll gain insight from top Christian leaders who present scientific facts and biblical strategies that employ God’s weapons against the battle that every man faces. Cost is $12, which covers the workbook. This study will be offered at two different times: Thursdays, 7:00 PM (begins September 15) and Saturdays, 8:00 AM (begins September 17).
This support group provides an encouraging, safe environment to help you find hope and healing in the midst of uncertainty during a separation, divorce or post-divorce. Workbook is $15. Scholarships are available. Divorce Care for Kids and childcare available.
Join us on a biblical journey to John’s Apocalypse (the book of Revelation) that points to the end of history as we know it. David will address powerful images such as “the seven seals” and “the seven trumpets.” Pete will address the progressive theme of redemption and witness in Revelation 10 & 11, as well as the theme of God’s judgment from the Old Testament and Revelation 12-20. You will hear complementary, yet different, perspectives on this amazing book. Anyone eager for a solid biblical approach to the current political, religious and economic upheaval will want to consider the increasingly alarming truths of our 21st century.
Experience the realities of family life with other parents who are trying to cultivate meaningful relationships. We study and discuss principles of building strong families. Childcare is provided with a week advance notice for pre-schoolers. School age children can join regular KidMix activities.
This group provides support as people walk through the journey of grief after losing a loved one. This video-based program has been used around the world to help millions of people. Workbook is $15. Scholarships are available.
Explore what God has to say about grace and forgiveness through Joseph’s story of trial and triumph found in Genesis 37-50. As we study his dreams, betrayers, dysfunctional family, struggle to forgive and journey toward reconciliation, we’ll find truths that apply to our own lives. Discover practical ideas for answering common questions such as, “How do I stop dwelling on the Hurt?” and “Is forgiving someone excusing what happened?”
Divorced and widowed boomers are finding love the second time around. This group will give you opportunity to discuss financial, relational, familial, and legal considerations of saying “I do” a second time. Workbook is $15.
Here’s your chance to learn about Fairhaven – our history, beliefs and vision. Enjoy light refreshments, a church tour and meet some of our staff. Childcare/children’s programs available for birth-5th grade. Older students stay with their parents.
We’re going to camp for a weekend to enjoy outdoor activities, indoor games and time spent with friends, while strengthening your relationship with Jesus. Special guest speaker is Taylor Warren! Cost is $145.
Parents are invited to drop off their special needs children and siblings (grades K-5) at the church to enjoy food, movies, games, crafts, a bounce house and more, while you enjoy an evening out. Special needs kids will have a safe, fun time with a personal buddy. Registration is limited to the first 30 kids.
Are you struggling with being a single parent and trying to figure out how to cope with the situation? This support group provides a safe environment with others who are facing the same situation. Workbook is $15. Scholarships are available.
If we look at the spiritual life through the lens of a marathon, we will discover that many of us are nearing exhaustion. We may not be on the sidelines or stumbling noticeably, but we are dangerously low on reserves, running on fumes. If that resonates with you, or if you just want to understand how to nurture and feed your soul, then this workshop is for you. We’ll explore practical ways to restore life and vitality to your soul through authentic connection with God as Father, Son and Spirit – one step at a time.
In an age of materialism and consumerism that tries to buy its way to happiness, many souls are starved and unhealthy, unsatisfied by false promises of status and wealth. We’ve neglected the eternal part of ourselves, focusing instead on the temporal concerns of the world. This study will help you discover your soul – the most important connection to God there is – and move from the spiritual shallows to true divine depth.
Dealing with aging parents? Have more questions than answers? Questions like: Is my parent really safe at home alone? Should they be driving? Should I move them in with me or into a care facility? Who pays for what? Is it normal aging or dementia? Why can’t my siblings and I agree? Why do my parents ask for my help, but don’t accept my input? Educate yourself to survive and thrive while caring for your aging parents. Come with questions and identify useful principles and practical steps while connecting to helpful information, needed support and a specialized community services.
To many Christians, theology is something alien, overly intellectual and wholly unappealing. Even seminary students are known to balk at the prospect of a course on theology. Yet theology – most simply, the knowledge of God – is essential to the life and health of Christ-followers and the Church. In this introductory class, we’ll explore what theology is, what tools theology uses, why every believer is a theologian and how theology can be productive and satisfying.
Are you a detail-oriented shopper when you purchase an expensive item like a car? If so, you probably look at features like gas mileage, safety rating, appearance, size and resale value. God’s Word also needs thorough consideration. God speaks through the Bible, and you can learn simple and effective tools to help you discover its truth for yourself. This workshop will show you how to carefully observe Scripture to discover its context, accurately interpret and understand its meaning, and apply it to your life.
Ephesians is a letter displaying Paul’s passion for the gospel of Jesus Christ that radically changed his life. You will know this passion for truth and life application as you study the very words Paul penned from a heart full of conviction for truth. Paul’s love for the gospel can be our love too. This study will be offered at two different times: Tuesdays, 9:30 AM and Tuesdays, 7:00 PM.
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