Resources 

Prayer

Need PRAYER? We are ALWAYS available to hear your prayers. Click here.

Faith Groups 

Faith Groups help to keep You relationally connected. It’s important we stay connected with one another during times like this. By joining a Faith Group, you’ll meet other people who have a desire to connect, engage in the bible, and apply what they learn. 

Here are ways that some of our groups are connecting during quarantine 

  • Virtual group meetings 
  • Caring for one another 
  • Group texts to keep in touch 
  • Calling one another on the phone 
  • Emailing prayer requests 
  • Helping to shop for a member who can’t 

If you would like to learn more about Faith Groups, CLICK HERE, or contact Pastor Dorian at dorian@faithma.org

Communication 

  • The staff is available for counsel and advice at any time, please do not hesitate to contact us. 
  • THIS PAGE will be updated as we move through phases. 
  • Please be patient and flexible, this is an evolving situation and we are prayerfully seeking the best decisions. Pray for us!

Worship Services 

Currently, Faith Community Church is gathering in-person services at BOTH campuses. RSVP here We are also offering a Live Service online at 9am. 

Prefer online? 

Join us on our Framingham Facebook Live at 10:30AM

Join us on our Facebook Hub page Live at 9AM

OR Click on the countdown at the top of our website.

Watch Later

You can also find all of our past messages on our website or you can peruse our YouTube.

Care Needs 

We are aware that unexpected care needs are arising during this pandemic, especially for vulnerable people.  Please don’t hesitate to reach out to the Care Ministry for help.  Just call the church (508.435.5900) and press 3 to leave a message on the Care Line which gets reviewed every day. 

Celebrate Recovery 

If you are experiencing damaging hurts, habits, or hang-ups at this time, the Celebrate Recovery program that now meets virtually on Wednesday night might help.  We provide Christ-oriented peer support for people dealing with emotional, relational, and mental health issues as well as substance concerns. 

Please e-mail Christine Gruner (christine@faithma.org) to explore this connection.

When will we worship in the building again?

As soon as possible. While we expect our phased approach to open to line up with the phases that have been laid out by the government, everything hinges on the health of our community and the state recommendations. We have to be more cautious about how we reopen due to the size of our gatherings, so we’ll likely open a little later than other local businesses and churches.

How do you guide Sunday morning worship teams to meet state guidelines?

Different aspects of the worship service are being recorded at different times to ensure that we are abiding by the guidelines.

How can we gather together right now?

Virtual groups or safely distanced meetups following CDC guidelines. These are available for all ages and stages – there are a number of ways to meet. Check here on current events to RSVP to an in-person Outdoor Service.

What About Gathering Together Outside?

When gathering together outside please adhere to the Governor’s recommended guidelines.

What about Family Ministry?

Family ministry is working hard to provide at-home resources and meetings online until we can begin meeting again in person.

FAITHKIDS Hopkinton – Mattie Pennington

Student Ministry Hopkinton – Zac Vestigo

Family Ministry Framingham – Angie Gerrard