Dr. Eric Hankins
First Fairhope’s mission is summed up in: “First loved, love first”. It won’t take you long to discover this is truly a family rich in the relationships that matter most. Growing together, we worship, we serve, we laugh, we cry, we learn, and we reach out to our community and world with ministry that meets them at the center of their need.
Our doors are open. Our hearts are open too. If you’ve been thinking, searching, and hoping for a place to belong, a place to be loved, a place to call “home”, then we invite you to come join us at First Fairhope.
First Time Here?
As soon as you arrive on campus you’ll enter through our Commons area that faces the back parking lot. Inside you’ll be greeted with a smile and a handshake. If you need directions or assistance, our First Impressions team is ready to help!
You’ll see all kinds of people wearing all types of clothing. You are welcome to come just as you are.
We’d love to hear from you!
If you have questions about any of our events at First Fairhope, please send us a message here.
What’s coming up?
Perky (& masked) Pumpkin Party
The Perky Pumpkin Party is on! It will look a little different, and we’ve adjusted the time in case the lights we rent are unavailable.
We still need the First Family to donate tons of candy for the kids.
If the attendance at the Pumpkin Patch Festival is any indication of what to expect, its going to be huge! Remember it’s October 31 from 5-7 (new times). Trick or Treating may be something parents want to avoid this year. If so, be sure you tell your friends about the PPP! It’s goin to be a night of fun and candy and a couple of new surprises.
Operation Christmas Child 2020
We are in the middle of Operation Christmas Child Shoebox filling and gathering! You can pick up shoeboxes and all the details/stickers. There are some important thins to note about what NOT to put in them: No toothpaste or candy. Take everything out of packaging-even toothbrushes (you know some thins are packed as secure as an airplane’s “black box!”). They have no way to open them in other countries. If you want aa “Hands Free” option to packing a box, reach out to Carolyn Hammill our Shoebox Elf who is at the display each Sunday.
Need Spiritual Help?
Life presents difficult situations and oftentimes questions that can be hard to answer. First Fairhope partners with truelife.org to help give you answers to tough life questions. Simply click on the link to be taken to the site where you can comb through the plethora of questions people all over the world ask. There you will give you a biblical worldview answer that will hopefully encourage and strengthen you in your walk.