Your First Visit
Every Sunday morning at Faith Presbyterian Church, worship takes place in a setting of enthusiastic fellowship, as we open our hearts to the Spirit of God through prayer, music, and proclamation of the Word. We follow the historic Christian traditions in a relaxed, informal style.
Our love for each other is clear in how we noisily circulate about the sanctuary during Passing of the Peace and by our extended time of sharing our Joys and Concerns. Guests are enthusiastically greeted, and we attempt to engage them in a genuine, authentic way.
Our choir performs a variety of music styles to enrich our church service. We are blessed to have musically talented people, a gifted music director, and occasionally, guest musicians. Each service includes a children’s sermon.
Members often comment that their decision to join was made because of the feeling of openness and welcome received in their first visit. We hope that you will feel the same way.
Worship time is 10:30 am. (In summer, worship time is 10:00 am)
Our style is relaxed. Dress up if you'd like to -- or don't!
We are at 5555 Chambersburg Road in Huber Heights, Ohio.
Communion is served on the first Sunday of the month.
Printed bulletins make our worship service easy to follow and see what's coming next.
Children are always welcome to remain in the sanctuary. If you prefer, nursery care is available through age 3. Sunday School for older children follows the children's sermon.
Sunday School (Sep-May):
9:30 am - Youth and Adult classes
10:50 am - age 4 – grade 6 classes
Our building is fully accessible and hearing assist headsets are available.
Refreshments are served in the parlor after the worship service.
A note about our Tau Cross:
Many people wonder about the significance of the cross that hangs in the front of the sanctuary here at Faith. It is called the Tau cross because of its resemblance to the Greek letter for T, which is called Tau.
Biblical historians believe this is the original form of the cross. From the court of Pontius Pilate, Jesus carried the crosspiece to the hill called “Golgotha” where the upright section of the cross was already in place. At that point, his hands were nailed to the crosspiece, which was hoisted up to the top of the upright and secured with large spikes.
A signboard reading “Jesus of Nazareth, King of the Jews” was attached above Jesus’ head. The Latin cross, the most familiar style of cross, was developed much later. It incorporates a vertical board above the crosspiece to represent the signboard which was placed over Jesus’ head.