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First Christian Church exists
What We Believe
to make disciples of Jesus
1000 Kentucky Street
(785) 843-0679
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Welcome to First Christian Church!

What We Believe

ornament1 First Christian Church exists to make disciples of Jesus. In order to do this, First Christian’s ministries are committed to teaching disciples to obey everything that Jesus commanded (Matthew 28:19), expressed by Gather, Grow, Go.


ornament1 Being a disciple of Jesus involves seeking out Biblical truths, helping each other grow in our discipleship, and serving others in love. At FCC we have various ministries to help us be more like Jesus.


ornament1 There’s nothing quite like connecting with God during a worship service. At First Christian Church our worship includes music, communion, scripture reading, fellowship, and more.

Get in Touch

ornament1 First Christian Church is located at the corner of 10th and Kentucky Street. Have questions? You can get in touch with us during office hours, or send us an email at your convenience. We’d love to hear from you!

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