Endless opportunities

First Christian Church – Troy provides many activities and programs for children, youth and adults to serve not only the local church, but the community as well. Mission-oriented, many of the church’s local programs support agencies and organizations that serve the larger community. Bible Study groups, prayer groups, and special-featured activities are all designed for growth in one’s spiritual faith journey.

First Christian Church supports monthly a variety of both denominational as well as local outreach projects. These include: Week of Compassion, Mid-America Region -Reconciliation, Easter Offering, Christmas Offering, Thanksgiving Offering, Matthew 25, Bread for Life Food Pantry, Bright Futures, Buddy Bags, First Step Preschool Scholarship Fund, and Pastor’s Immediate Response Fund. Additionally, the church supports Operation Christmas Child during Advent each year, and through the Edna Ricks Circle sends “College Care Packages” to church college students twice a year and the Dedication of Backpacks.

Adult Ministry

  • Edna Ricks Circle -
    Christian Women’s Group
    3rd Monday of the month at 6:30 pm
  • Christian Men’s Fellowship
    1st Saturday of the month 8:00 am
  • Women’s Breakfast
    1st Saturday of the month 8:00 am@ Cornerstone Coffee
  • Ladies Lunch Bunch
    Last Tuesday of the month
  • Well Lit Lives Book Group
    3rd Thursday of the month 11:30 am
  • Dinners for 8
  • Adult Choir
    Wednesday evening practice 7:00 pm
  • Praise Band
    Tuesday evening practice 5:00 pm
  • FCC Summer Softball Team
  • “Boyz n Toyz”
  • FREE Community Breakfast 2nd Saturday of the month
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Adult BIBLE STUDIES

Monday: 6:30 pm in the Fellowship Hall

Tuesday: 9:00 am in the Sanctuary Library

Tuesday: 6:30 pm in the Fellowship hall

Youth Ministry

  • Wednesday night gathering
  • Mission trips
  • Sunday school
  • Vacation bible school

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BREAD FOR LIFE
FOOD PANTRY

Open every Wednesday, The Bread For Life Food Panty is an all volunteer organization. The pantry depends upon the community to donate food and money to assure food is available for those in need. The pantry serves any family in Lincoln County who falls at or below the federal poverty guidelines.

Call for more info and hours.
636-528-3646

FCC Annual Happenings

  • Congregational Thanksgiving Dinner
  • Hanging of the Greens Service Event
  • Children’s Christmas Program
  • Candlelight Christmas Eve Service
  • CMF Chili Dinner
  • Maundy Thursday Service
  • Easter celebration
  • “Way of the Cross” with GTMA
  • CMF BBQ
  • Auction and Dinner Fundraiser
  • Fall Festival
  • Thanksgiving Dinner
  • Community Thanksgiving Service
  • Edna Ricks Cookie Walk
  • Christmas Caroling

Bright Futures

Bright Futures works within the Lincoln County School District to connect student needs with existing community resources. Bringing together businesses, human service agencies, faith-based organizations, and parent groups and partners them with schools to address students’ basic needs.

When a community invests its time and talent intoschools, students are more likely to stay in school through graduation, have a higher degree of self-worth and confidence.

9:30 AM Sunday School for all ages

Adult Classes

  • Life Application
  • Faith and Fellowship
  • Keystone

Youth Classes

  • Little Ones (Preschool)
  • Little Shepherds(Kindergarten-2nd grade)
  • Junior Youth Fellowship -JYF (3rd-5th grade)
  • Chi-Rho (6th-8th grade)
  • Christian Youth Fellowship –CYF (9th-12th grade)
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