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Welcome to First

First Loved. Love First.

 


WORSHIP GATHERINGS 

Sundays
8:30AM – Classic Service
11:00 AM Modern Service (ASL Interpreted)

Sunday Bible Study
9:45AM
A group for every member of your family.
See the list on the miinistries pull down menu.

MIDWEEK GATHERINGS 
5:00 PM
Student Choir rehearsal  (S201)
Family Supper begins
6:00 PM
Orchestra rehearsal (W301)
Preschool activities
Children’s Music & Message
Student activities: Remix
Midweek Groups:
-Women of the Word, S-201
-The Man Church S-303
-Mom Talk , W201A
-O.T. Survey Fellowship Hall
-Prison Epistles Devotional / Prayer, MPR #1
-Deaf Bible Study, Deaf Classroom

6:30 PM
Sanctuary Choir rehearsal

Dr. Eric Hankins

Lead Pastor

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.

Pastor Eric

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?

Storm Relief for Gramercy LA

We are gathering these supplies for FBC Gramercy, LA.
Collection will take place now through September 30th.
Items needed:
Mops
Brooms, Dustpans
Paper Towels / Toilet Paper
Disposable plates & Utensils
Food & Snacks
Water
Manual Can Openers
Pet Food
Baby Formula
Diapers & Wipes
First Aid Kits
Tylenol/Ibuprofen
Feminine Hygiene ProductsCloth Bath Towels
Underwear and socks for kids & adults

Daytime Hours: 8:00a-4:30p Enter at back glass doors, other doors are locked.

40 DAYS OF PRAYER

Day 15 (9/21)

In the book of Joshua, after the miraculous entry into the Promised Land and the even more miraculous victory at Jericho, things suddenly go terribly wrong. The Israelites are defeated at Ai, and thirty-six men lose their lives. It is soon discovered that the sin of one man, Achan, put the whole mission at risk. He stole and hid some things that he had no right to keep, and the whole nation paid for it. We all understand the temptation to hang on to things that the Lord tells us let go of. We all know the rationale we use for doing so: it’s no big deal, no one else knows, no one is being hurt, other people are doing it, other people are worse, etc. But here’s the challenge of the Achan story: what if it’s your sin that is holding back the flood of revival? What things would you be willing to surrender if it meant revival could flow through our church?

Day 16 (9/22)

When I was a teenager, our youth minister taught a lesson on “God’s Phone Number.” He said it was JER 333, referring to Jeremiah 33:3: “Call to me and I will answer you, and will tell you great and hidden things that you have not known.” That lesson has stuck with me all these years. It really is the case that our God desires to hear and answer the cries of his people. Jeremiah was under arrest, persecuted and despised because he was speaking truth that no one wanted to hear. God’s people, the people Jeremiah loved, were lost in spiritual darkness. Things seemed hopeless. Then God speaks. He reveals “the rest of the story,” promising a time of redemption, restoration, and return to the promised land. You can bring God the cries of your heart today, cries for revival, cries for reconciliation, cries for help in a time of trouble. He WILL answer.

 

JEFF INGRAM MEMORIAL GOLF TOURNAMENT


21st Annual Jeff Ingram Memorial Golf Tournament

Friday, September 24 at Rock Creek Golf Club
$100.00/pp (Click the art above to sign up)
Registration begins at 11:30am, lunch and cart assignments to follow
Shotgun start at 1pm
4 Man Scramble format – Mulligans available (2 for $10)
Entry fee includes: Green fee, cart, lunch courtesy of Chick Fil A and prizes
Contests: Closest to the Pin and Longest Drive
Hole sponsorships, entry fees and mulligans support First Fairhope Mission Teams
Join us for a great day on the greens! Grab your teammates and have them register too!
Want to become a Sponsor? Contact Gene or Joy.

First Steps.

Membership Process

We need each other…

When the church started 2000 years ago, they didn’t have a building—they had each other! The Bible paints a beautiful picture of people worshipping, praying together, taking care of each other, and doing life together.  They were more than acquaintances. They were family! A commitment to each other is how the church started, and it’s still that way today! If we want to experience real life, we’ve got to do life together. When you become a member of First Fairhope, you’re joining a family where you take care of your brothers and sisters, and they take care of you!

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.