Churches in Mission is a non-profit, faith based assistance program providing food, household items, clothing and othernecessities for families in need. As one of the multiple churches that support the program we contribute financially, have food drives to stock the shelves, provide volunteers, and have open our facilities for special distributions of school supplies and food.

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Concert on the Lawn is a free concert held on the front lawn on the third Saturday in May.  We have hosted this fund raisingevent since 2003. Our vision was for each child in the Mooresville area to return to school with a new backpack and school supplies. We have seen God’s hand at work through members of this community as we have pulled together to bless the children.

school supplies web


The Christmas Giving Tree Project gives us the opportunity to share the blessings God has given us with other families in the community. In partnership with Churches in Mission, we adopt several families and provide them with grocery gift cards and gifts for each family member.

Meals on Wheels – Volunteers take prepared meals to area seniors every Tuesday.

Tri-County Men’s Fellowship – Men gather on the second Monday of the odd- numbered months for fellowship and to support of the local Weekday Religious Education Program. The evening begins at 7 pm with dinner followed by a program. Each meeting is held at a different church. FCC hosts the meeting in March.

Cub Scouts – The Cub Scout Pack is open to boys in grades 1st– 5th and meets on Monday evenings at 7:00 – 8:30 pm.

Boy Scouts – The Boy Scout Troop is open to boys in grades 6th through age 18 and meets on Tuesdays from 7:00 – 9:00 pm.

Venturing Scouts – The Venturing group is open to girls and boys ages 14 to 21. They meet every Wednesday at 7:00 pm.

Week of Compassion –
The disaster relief and humanitarian assistance program fund of the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) in the US and Canada.


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Sunday School begins at 9:00 am and classes are available for all ages.
       New Beginnings: Pre K – 1st Grade
       Young Disciples: 2nd – 5th Grades
       Chi-Rho (Jr. High) CYF (High School): 6th – 12th Grades


We have a number of adult classes. You are welcome to visit each class to find the one that will best support your spiritual growth.  Join us for an opportunity to gather together and discuss the topic of the week and see how it applies to our lives.  A to Z:
       Adults of all ages
       New Life Class: Mid-Life Adults
50-50 Class: Older Adults
Pebbles Class: Seniors
       Weekday Adult Bible Study An adult small group meets on Tuesdays at 1 pm.



Chi Rho (middle school students) & CYF (high school students): These groups meet together on Sunday evenings at 6 p.m. during the school year for devotions, fellowship and service projects. They also play and fundraise for an annual mission trip.

Junior Youth Fellowship (JYF, grades 3-5): This group meets for special occasions and service projects.

Annual Youth Mission Trip – In the past 8 years FCC Youth have traveled to Canton, Ohio; Grand Rapids, Michigan; Bay City, Michigan; and Newark, New York to: repair porches/strip & clean the insides of homes/paint interior & exterior of homes/ remove brush/repair roofs/build wheelchair ramps/help community mission centers and school.

Youth mission trip

Youth Sunday – The youth are encouraged to participate in the worship service every Sunday as acolytes, worship leaders, Jr. Deacons, children’s choir and in many other ways but on Youth Sunday the youth work together to create a whole worship service, choosing scriptures and songs, preparing and delivering the sermon, etc.


First Sunday Dinners On the first Sunday of each month immediately following the morning service we have a pitch-in fellowship meal. It is a great opportunity to visit with old friends and make new ones.

Strings & Stars Dinner and Talent Show


Annual Church Picnic

Quilters – The quilters meet every Wednesday from 9:30 until noon. Anyone is welcome young, old, first time quilter, or expert it doesn’t matte; we would like to have you join us. We work hard but we also have a lot of fun. We not only quilt our own quilts, but we also do quilting for other people. Maybe you have a quilt top that your mother, grandmother, aunt or whomever might have given you and you would like to have it finished, just give us a call at 831-2777 and ask to talk to one of the quilters. We would sure love to hear from you.

CWF – The morning gathering of CWF is on the second Wednesday of each month from September – May at 9:30 a.m. All women are invited to this time of study, fellowship and refreshments.