In the village of Oak Brook stands a simple white frame church building with a steeple that points heavenward. Arched stained glass windows are etched in loving memory of church members through the generations. Situated at the bend in Salt Creek, just before the waterfall that drives a century-old corn mill, this church building was constructed in the 1880's by local farmers and originally was the home of a German speaking Free Church. Today the building is occupied by the congregation of Faith Fellowship Church and we invite you to worship with us this Sunday.
Church has now resumed in-person services.
Please join us for Sunday service at 11:00 a.m. as our guest pastor David Lovi walks us through the book of Ruth. We have restarted our fellowship lunches during August. All are welcome to attend.
On September 12, we will begin a new Sunday Bible study group on Ephesians from 10:00 - 10:40 a.m.. Study guides are provided by the church.
Following the guidelines put out by public health organizations and government officials, the board has agreed that as a church family we will respect and care for one another by:
- Staying home if you have a fever or don’t feel well
- Using hand sanitizer as you enter the sanctuary
- Seating will be arranged so that everyone will be able to practice physical distancing
- Wearing a mask
- Avoiding handshakes and hugs