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Ted Wright -- last update 1/19/2006
Name Change 1/4/2006
1 Mile South of Old
City Hall on South 12th Street, Near the intersection of 136th St. North
and Old Highway 169
Loving Church, Reaching The Lost, And Ministering To The Needs
N. 119th E. Ave.
Collinsville, OK 74021
Kelvin & Ginger Limbocker
Faith Fellowship Church
P.O. Box 322
Collinsville, OK 74021
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|The Family At
Everyone is welcome here!
At Faith Fellowship,
you may be a visitor once, but the next time you're family. The people
of Faith Assembly are warm and friendly and glad to see you when you
come. We are a full gospel, inter-denominational church that believes
in the virgin birth of Jesus, that He died for the sins of mankind and
rose again to ascend to be with the Father to intercede for the believers,
and that He will return very soon. We also believe in the baptism of
the Holy Spirit and in the Holy Trinity of the Father, the Son and the
Families are important
to us and many of our activities and classes are designed to bring them
closer together while growing closer to God.
The following is
only a partial list of the events of the church, so please call us,
check our website or feel free to come worship with us at any of our
Children are special
here at Faith Fellowship. Children's Church is held every Sunday
morning after Sunday School, with three classes, one for 2 to 3 year
olds, one for 4 to 6 year olds, and another for 6 to 12 year olds. They
learn the basics of Christianity and how to apply it to their every
day lives. Wednesday is Family Night: we offer U-Turn for the
teens, Missionettes for the girls, Royal Rangers for the boys and Rainbows
for the 3 to 5 year olds and Bible Study in the sanctuary. We also have
Discipleship classes called "First Steps" and "On The
Through out the
year we have a Kid's Day for all children that attend our Children's
Church. We have special activities like Hamburger Day and Friend's Day.
Each year around October 31st, we have our annual Hallelujah Fun
Fest. With a carnival type atmosphere, children win prizes, eat
hot dogs and take home lots of candy. This is provided as a safe alternative
to trick or treating, with a lot of caring people watching out for the
youth ministry of Faith Fellowship is called
U-Turn. The name stands for the desire we have to turn away from
anything that is contrary to the Christian life.
We believe that
through prayer and discipleship we can equip our teens to make good
choices and to make a stand for Christ in everything they do. They meet
every Wednesday night at 7:00 P.M., for a time of worship, prayer, fundamental
Bible teachings and activities, and of course a lot of fun. They enjoy
the fellowship at U-Turn, and we encourage all teens to attend.
U-Turn participates with other churches in the community and regularly
hosts and attends youth rallies.
Once a month the Ladies
of Faith meet for a time of Fellowship and Ministry at a salad supper.
Secret Sisters exchange gifts through out the year for birthdays, anniversaries,
and special occasions. Our men meet for breakfast on occasion and join
together to work on what needs to be done around the church and grounds.
Faith Assembly also has many other ministries to reach out to the community.
These include a group going to the Frances Streitel Nursing Home once
a week, in-home visitation for those unable to make it to church, a bus
ministry, and many other outreaches for Young Adults.