At Father's House we are a growing church that welcomes everyone who comes through our doors. Our message is simple: You can make it! You can live the abundant life that Jesus has already provided—a life overflowing with joy, provision, and health. In other words, a blessed life without limits. That means no matter your situation in life, no matter where you've been or what you've experienced, we've got something for you.
Thanks for visiting our site and taking the time to find out what we're all about. We hope to see you in a service very soon because unlimited fun, fellowship, and victory is what church is all about!
The Great Commission and the Great Command. We believe church is for everyone and that it should be fun and exciting. We are here to learn more about God.
What Should I Expect?
You can expect a warm and friendly atmosphere filled with people who strive to be genuine and caring. One of the first things you will notice is that everyone is dressed comfortably, most often quite casually. Not to mention the good (free) coffee, great music and a fun, practical message that we believe will be truly helpful. Read more....
The goal of the Father's House Church is to effectively meet the needs of the growing congregation as well as people beyond the four walls of the church. Father's House Church is constantly ministering to surrounding communities through various outreaches. The people of Father's House Church also have a strong dedication to missions, providing financial and prayer support for a number of missionaries and missionary projects. As the vision and purpose of Father's House Church continues to expand, so does the need for committed laborers to help accomplish the work God has set before the leadership. Read more....
The testimony from a member. Read more about Tracy on our Amen Corner page!
Back in Jan 2009 I was in the hospital at Riverside from a suicide attempt. I was treated medically for 10 days and after that was treated in Behavioral Health for 3 days. This was my second attempt at taking my life. I had tried once before about 25 years ago but God intervened. I had struggled with severe depression since I was a teenager. My dad was physically and mentally abusive and it affected my life tremendously. I ran away from home at the age of 16 and had been on my own ever since. I got into drugs, alcohol, and crime.