Welcome To Fairfield Church, PCA

Where Lives are Transformed by God’s Word and Spirit

New Pastor—Chris O’Brien and wife Sarah coming Oct. 1, 2022

Latest Fairfield Sermon Audio

September 25, 2022

Sept. 25, 2022  “Seeing Bartimaeus”
Mark 10:46-52
Pastor Gary Englestad:  Seeing Bartimaeus

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Memorial Service for Reverend Michael B. Schuelke

September 4, 2022
“Rev. Michael B. Schuelke Memorial Service”
Pastor Gary Englestad: MBS memorial service

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Sunday Morning Worship:

10-11 am, In the sanctuary, masks are optional.

Sunday School:

Immediately following the morning worship service
11:00 AM -12:00 PM

The adult Sunday School class is meeting in fellowship hall downstairs.

Childrens Sunday school classes will continue to meet in the church annex.


 

Tuesday & Thursday
Women’s Study:

The weekly Tuesday Womens Study is paused until Pastor Chris O’Brien begins in October.

 


 

Wednesday Tabletalk Study
and Prayer:

Wednesday Evenings Tabletalk Study is paused until Pastor Chris O’Brien begins in October.

 


 

Friday Men’s Prayer Group:

Men’s Prayer Group continues to meets at the office Friday mornings @ 6:30 AM for devotions and prayer.

 


 

“Broken-Down House” Group:

“Broken-Down House” group meets monthly;
is paused until Pastor Chris O’Brien begins in October.

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