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About Faith Christian Church About Faith Christian Church


Our Staff

Linda Crouch
    Choir Director

Rev. Robert E. Palmer V

LogoFaith Christian Church
3050 Central Avenue Map
Memphis, TN 38111


P.O. BOX 770952

MEMPHIS, TN 38177-0952


The Mission and Values of Faith Christian Church

Our vision is to be a church without walls, to invite and to teach people to follow Christ.

Our mission is to achieve this vision through the commitment of the individual as well as the church body and by affirming these core values:

  1. We answer God's call into Christian community and welcome all people to join with us.
  2. We proclaim God's truth and strive always to bring others to Christ.
  3. We seek the unity of all Christians and share the Lord's Supper with any who believe in Jesus Christ.
  4. We nurture ongoing spiritual growth through regular worship, prayer, Bible study and small groups.
  5. We believe everyone is called to loving Christian ministry, and we each give of our time, talents, and financial resources.
  6. We reach out to a hurting world in service to others, inside and outside the church, in the spirit of God's love.
  7. We seek excellence in all that we do.


About the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ)

The Mission of the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ)

To be and to share the Good News of Jesus Christ, witnessing, loving and serving from our doorsteps to the ends of the earth."

Deep Christian Spirituality

Christian spirituality is a way of life that relates who and what we are to who and what God is as revealed in Jesus Christ and as experienced through the Holy Spirit. We encourage one another in the spiritual disciplines, practices through which we open ourselves to being shaped by God. Those disciplines include prayer, Bible study, worship, stewardship, service, study of the church’s tradition and hospitality to strangers. Our spiritual development ministries range from teaching children to love Jesus to helping adults live Christ-like lives.

True Community

Although each Disciples congregation has its own personality, all have members who care for each other, opportunities to grow and learn, and ways to serve others. As churches grow in true community, members care deeply for one another. But true community also means reaching out to include others—encouraging the growth of a diverse community in which all are welcomed and cared for. In Disciples congregations, study and fellowship groups offer opportunities to ask honest questions, share opinions and discover ways to deal with life’s difficult issues and to grow in faith. Disciples seek to provide a rich fellowship and sense of community for people of all ages and walks of life.

A Passion for Justice

Disciples ministries don’t stop at the front door of the church building. We work to make a difference in our neighborhoods and the wider community. As followers of Jesus we help in soup kitchens and food pantries, shelter the homeless and care for children. We advocate for fairness in laws and public policy. The Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) has committed itself to become an anti-racist, pro-reconciling church. Our shared ministries reach out across North America. We “get dirty for Jesus,” repairing homes and community centers, cleaning up after natural disasters and bringing hope where there is despair. Disciples facilities care for abused children and their families, persons with disabling conditions and senior adults. Our higher education institutions educate and train women and men for the ministry and for careers in other fields. Disciples overseas ministries stretch around the world. With partner churches we tell the Good News, help dig wells, train pastors, immunize children and much more. We also help persons in times of natural disaster, economic upheaval and war.

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