We care about every person God brings to FaithTree and we think part of showing His love is pausing FaithTree events temporarily to protect those who come from exposure to the coronavirus. Here is an update on our plans for the coming weeks.
We’re so excited to see how God is gathering us together to share Jesus’s love in St. Charles! Please make plans to join us for a special service as we meet together as a church for the first time the week after Easter! We’ll begin at 6:30 pm. A reception and time to ask questions about Little Hills will follow.
We are a ministry deeply rooted in our local churches. You can read more about our commitment to this on our page for local church ministry leaders, but one key aspect of it is that we are committed to being tied into and accountable to our local churches. Our Pastoral Advisory Board helps to achieve this commitment and enriches our ministry as each member contributes to our plans and vision.
What is required to be a Christian? We believe that trusting in Jesus for salvation, confessing him to be your Lord and Savior, is the necessary step for being a Christian. At the same time, there is much more the Bible has to say that it is important for Christians to know and to grow in the truth of and what follows gives you an understanding of how we understand different key Biblical teachings at Little Hills.
Launching a church plant takes a whole community of people and we would love for you to be part of our team. Whether you are looking for a new church home or you simply want to encourage our efforts, there are ways you can be a part of helping root this new church in the City of St. Charles (read more about our story here).
Our prayer as a church is that we would show God’s love to our community from our very first moments. We are here because Jesus loves us and served us even though he was the one worthy of being served (Mark 10:45). We want to follow his example by serving others. While we are just starting, Little Hills team members already are involved in several outreach efforts.
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Starting a new church takes God gathering a team of dedicated people together who are committed to the effort. We are excited about those the Lord has already brought on board, including the ones listed below. We would love to have you join our team, too!
Learn more about who we are, our story and our vision for a new church plant in the heart of the City of St. Charles.
During Advent, we all excitedly look towards celebrating Jesus’s birth. However, suddenly it is December 26 and the world resets to its ordinary preoccupations. That’s what is wonderful about observing the Twelve Days of Christmas: it helps us keep reflecting on God’s grace and the miracle of Christmas after the busyness of Christmas Day is past.
The Twelve Days of Christmas are the days between December 25th and the traditional celebration of the arrival of the wise men at Epiphany (January 6). This year, please join us in devotional journey as we look at some gifts far more incredible than a partridge in a pear tree. These are the gifts from our God as Paul describes them in the Letter to the Romans. This devotional has twelve readings exploring the ways Jesus coming into the world is for us.