Ways to join us

We admit that we do not have a long list of events. We are very intentional about only offering the events and activities that will help people connect with God and with each other. A major part of that goal is to be involved in activities that bring multiple generations together.

With that in mind, below you will find some places to connect with us, as well as useful information about opprotunities and events!


Wednesday Nights at FCC

Join us on Wednesday nights for Kid’s Classes, Small Groups and Connection Groups from 6:30-8pm! We also invite you to our Café FCC  meal at 5:30pm. Please RSVP on the Connect Card on Sunday if you will be joining us for Café FCC!

Explore FCC : : March 15 : : 10:30am

If you have been attending for a few weeks or a few months and you want to know more about our church, then this class is for you. You will learn about our purpose, values and vision here at FCC.  Please sign-up at kenoshafcc.com/members.html to attend.


Children's Ministry Training : : March 8 : : 12-2:30pm

All of our Children’s Ministry volunteers (adults, teen helpers and substitutes) are encouraged to be a part of our next luncheon and training. Come join us as we discuss resources to use in your classroom, scheduling and hear from our own teachers some teaching tips for our Explore the Bible curriculum. Lunch and childcare will be provided so please sign up on the Connect Card today or contact Amy Kerr at kerr@kenoshafcc.com.


Women's Ministry : : Generation Faith Spring Forward Gathering : : March 2

Ladies of FCC, ages 12-112, the FCC Women’s Ministry invites you to join us to reunite those who attended last Fall’s women’s retreat and to introduce those to connect with others as we look forward to this Fall’s retreat! We will view pictures from the retreat, hear some testimonials of women who attended, and begin to hear about our plans for this Fall. Early registration for our Fall Generation Faith Retreat will be available. Enjoy lemonade punch and desserts on March 2 from 7-8:30 in room B215. Contact Donna Brendel at 262.620.3608 or donna@midwest.cc for details.


Craft the Night Away : : March 13 : : 6pm-Midnight

Ladies, join us for a night of fun, raffles, crafting, and more! This is your time to work on whatever projects you need to finish or just to take some time for yourself. Not crafty? Who cares., just come and enjoy some time with some awesome people! Invite your friends too, the more the merrier! To donate a door prize or for more information, contact Leann Meachum at lkkirtz@hotmail.com  or 262.484.3579 or Trisha Koesling 262.997.0984. Cost: $15 (includes dinner, a crafting spot and a door prize) Tickets on sale March 1 & 8 at the East Foyer Counter.


Connection Groups

Here is a list of the new groups that will be available this winter/spring. Please look through the list and sign-up for the group of your choice at kenoshafcc.com/members.html

Quilters in the Word
Heather Deegan, 847.845.5850, hdeegan@wi.rr.com. Starts 1/5/15, 9-10:30am
at FCC, meets weekly.
We will gain a better understanding of the role of women in the Bible and how they relate to us today while creating a quilt!  The quilts are for personal use or use as the individual quilters determine.

The Excellent Wife
The Excellent Wife by Martha Peace
Amanda Mayfield, 262.854.5051, anh2231@yahoo.com. Starts 1/5/15, 10-11:30 am at FCC, meets weekly.
Become the Excellent Wife God has called you to be. Using Proverbs 31 as a model, Martha Peace's bestseller offers detailed practical answers to questions most often asked by Christian wives. The companion study guide features probing questions to help you Peace's scripturally based insights to your life. Book needed.

Taming the Tongue
30 Days to Taming Your Tongue: What You Say (And Don’t Say) Will Improve Your Relationships, by Deborah Smith Pegues
Darlene Giles, 262.694.4246. Starts 1/6/15, 9-10:30am at FCC,
meets the 1st & 3rd Tuesdays.
The slip of the tongue can cause problems in personal and business relationships. This study will help each reader not only tame their tongue but make it productive rather than destructive. With humor and a bit of refreshing sass, Deborah Pegues devotes chapters to learning how to overcome the Retaliating Tongue, Know-It-All Tongue, Belittling Tongue, Hasty Tongue, Gossiping Tongue, and 25 More! Short stories, anecdotes, soul-searching questions, and scripturally based personal affirmations combine to make each applicable and life changing. Book needed.

Writer’s Workshop
Christy Hoff, 262.705.1583, hoff.christy@gmail.com. Starts 1/6/15, 7-8:30pm,
at FCC, meets the 1st & 3rd Tuesdays.
This group is for people who are or are aspiring to be writer's. Whether it is memoirs, fiction, apologetics, or something else, the goal is to get together with like-minded people. The focus of the group will depend on the members. Options will be writing prompts, critiques, markets, and possibly speakers who can inspire.


Bridgette Mosher 262.657.5216 bugsgidge@aol.com,  and Jamie Pratt 262.237.1981 bobboslady@hotmail.com. 9:30-11am, at FCC, meets the 1st & 3rd Wednesdays through May.
For moms with children from birth to kindergarten.We have snacks, speakers, crafts and small group time while your children are well cared for in MOPPETS, our children’s program. "MOPS is dedicated to meeting the needs of every mother of preschoolers-- MOPS believes moms are world influencers. We are moms, and we believe that better moms make a better world."

Fostering & Adoption Support Group
Misty Gorman, 262.914.5563, mgorman7@hotmail.com. Starts 1/21/15, 7-8:30 pm, at the Gorman residence, meets the 3rd Wednesday.
Support Group open to women who have fostered/adopted or those who are interested in fostering/adoption. The group is study based.

Marriage Group
Laugh Your Way to a Better Marriage
Derek & Donna Brendel, 262.620.3440, 262.620.3608, derek@midwest.cc, donna@midwest.cc. Wednesday evenings at FCC after Café FCC.
Mark Gungor’s unique blend of humor and tell-it-like-it-is honesty DVD series has helped couples get along and have fun doing it.  Laugh through "the different ways men and women think, the conflicting levels of libido, the necessity to forgive and learn skills to work at it!  It can be fun work to bring their relationship to the next level.

Men’s Group, Ages 25-35
His Work… And His Marriage…
Brian Henry, 262.857.4743, henry@kenoshafcc.com Wednesday evenings at FCC after Café FCC.
Men, come learn a process to help you move beyond the conventional perspective of work that leads to dead ends and frustration with the obstacles and tensions in work-lives. We will also look at the Bible’s best on marriage leadership and friendship, physical intimacy and ‘game-changer’s to oneness in marriage.

Wednesday Night Women’s Study Group
The Story of Scripture
Cheryl Eakins, 262.676.5911, cheryleakins@hotmail.com. Wednesday evenings at FCC after Café FCC.
This women’s study of God, His people & plan will help you put together all the pieces of the Bible’s story from Genesis to Revelation.  You will learn how the people and events fit and the stories within the story make more sense. Book needed.

Bible Study
Jesus Through The Eyes of a Disappointed Church-Goer
Justin Worley, 262.492.4699, justin@worleys.net. Wednesday evenings at FCC after Café FCC.
Born and raised in a religious culture of control and coercion, Matthew was eventually pushed to the margins of the culture he knew.  Then he met a teacher who welcomed him into the inner circle, stood up to those who abused authority, and freed those beaten up with religion.

Young Moms Faith & Connection Group
Men Are Like Waffles, Women Are Like Spaghetti
Heidi Salas, 815.861.5798, heidi.g.salas@snapon.com. Wednesday evenings
at FCC after Café FCC.
In a refreshingly humorous way, examine why a man is like a waffle (a life of separate boxes) and a woman is like spaghetti (everything in her life touches everything). Learn some terrific tools for marriage and also relationships at work, at home, at church. Book needed.
Men’s Wednesday Fellowship Group
Jesus Living Inside & Out
Bill Linkus, 262.496.8218, wlinkus@wi.rr.com. Wednesday evenings at FCC after Café FCC.
Discover Jesus afresh through Bible study & discussion after some short videos by Rick Warren & movie clips from “The Son of God” with additional challenging studies to Jesus living every day! Book needed.


Leadership Group
Godly Leadership
Brian Gorman, 262.857.4743, gorman@kenoshafcc.com. Wednesday evenings
at FCC after Café FCC.
Brian Gorman leads this conversation on the basics of what a godly leader should strive for. This is useful for both leaders in ministries and for anyone who oversees other people at work.


Thursday Morning Women’s Bible Study
“Beloved Disciple, the Life and Ministry of John” by Beth Moore
Michele Sedej, 262.857.3367, msedej@quixnet.net. Started in September runs through March, 9-11am, at FCC, meets weekly.
We welcome new women!  Member books are around $18.00.

Business Owners & Leaders Discussion Group
Brian Gorman, 262.857.4743, gorman@kenoshafcc.com. Starts 1/15/15, 7-8:30 pm, at FCC, meets the 1st & 3rd Thursdays.
Discussion group for business owners and leaders—we talk about our challenges and successes and gain insight and feedback from one another and the Bible.

Warm Up America
Kathy Nuernberg, 262-455-5296, kathy@knuernberg. Starts 1/8/15, 6:30-8pm,
at FCC, meets weekly.
Bringing together the generations to serve others— we will be making afghans for the Sharing Center. Coed knit and crochet group; we’ll teach you if you want to learn—we make items to benefit others.


College Care
Diann Thomas, 262.620.9859, diannt1@yahoo.com. Starts 1/16/15, 7-9pm,
at the Thomas residence, meets the 3rd Friday.
For anyone who has a heart for helping to keep our college students better connected to FCC and a church family where they are studying.  We will send cards, care packages, plan activities and brainstorm.

Saturday Morning Men’s Study
"Joshua: The power of God's promises” by Donald Baker
Brian Henry 262.857.4743, henry@kenoshafcc.com, Bill Linkus wlinkus@wi.rr.com. Starts 1/3/15, 7:30-9am, at FCC, meets weekly.
Join other men for study, fellowship and prayer.  January starts a new study: “Joshua:  Getting armed for your daily battles.” From the miraculous crossing of the Jordan, to the crash of the walls of Jericho & sun stopping in the sky. . .men, come catch some reminders of God’s faithfulness and power to cope in your daily struggles. Book needed.

G.L.O.W.  (God Loving Outrageous Women)
Fellowship & Spiritual Reflection/Devotion Time
Michele Sedej, 262.857.3367, msedej@quixnet.net. Next date 1/17/15, 9-11am, at Nancy Henry’s home.
If you would like to meet and get to know more women from FCC, G.L.O.W. (God Loving Outrageous Women) is the place for you!  We meet once a month on a Saturday morning (usually the 3rd Saturday) from 9-11 in different homes and enjoy food, fellowship and a spiritual reflection. Check the east foyer for flyers each month.

FCC Choral Sing Connection
Betty Priday, 262.237.1835, pridayb@yahoo.com. Starts 1/11/15, 10-11:30am,
at FCC, meets weekly.
For the joy of Christian Choral singing!  Open to all genders and all ages.  Please join us at any time.

Young at Heart (age 60+)
Seniors Group
Brian Henry 262.857.4743 or Mary Dubovik 262.222.3070,
henry@kenoshafcc.com. Meets 1st Saturday of the month, generally.
Monthly gatherings over lunch at church or elsewhere which often include presentations and/or entertainment. Contact the office to sign up or check the Connect Card as the dates


Hands and Feet Ministry

Calling all able bodied individuals! If you can operate a hammer, saw, leaf rake or even a snow blower, the Hands and Feet Ministry would love to have you on the team! The Hands and Feet Ministry is a service based ministry that cares for our FCC family. To sign up to be a part of the Hands and Feet Ministry, email JR at horn@kenoshafcc.com.


Thailand Mission Trip

FCC is headed to Thailand to encourage and work alongside Phil Parker of Victory 44 Ministries.  Phil is one of FCC's missionaries that we support. If you would like to experience a high level mission trip to Thailand, contact JR Horn at horn@kenoshafcc.com for details
Cost: Approx $2500-$3000
Age: Open to anyone 21yrs and older
Where: Chaing Mai, Thailand


The Nehemiah Project

Nehemiah rebuilt the walls of Jerusalem in 52 days. The Nehemiah Project seeks to partner with a family in order to rebuild their financial, spiritual, personal and relational walls in 52 weeks. Imagine having someone partner with you to help you in a deeper spiritual life, improve the relational well-being within your family and help to get your finances under control, maybe even pay off all of your debt within the year! Please join the Nehemiah Project Team and the Benevolence Team in prayer as we have begun conversations with potential families to partner with. Stay tuned for some exciting announcements as we begin rebuilding walls! Contact JR Horn at horn@kenoshafcc.com for details.

Apps Worth Having

My Church
This is a portal into the church directory right on your mobile device! You must establish a User Account at kenoshafcc.com/members.html before the mobile app can be used. A User Account will also allow you to give through that portal. In the future you will be able to sign-up for events and find groups using this app.

YouVersion Bible App
Filled with great reading options and solid studies, occasionally we use it during the worship service.

Bible for Kids
If you have children, this app serves as an interactive Bible for the kids to use.


My Journey

"We are a growing family on a journey with God" Wouldn't it be nice to know more about our family? It doesn't matter how long you've been a part of our family, we would like to know more about you and your journey. Sharing your journey can help to encourage, to inspire and to move others closer to Christ. Personal testimonies can be very powerful in helping people understand who Christ is and how. We would like to video record you sharing your journey with us. Your video will be added to this website and our Facebook page, or shared on a Sunday morning with our church family. Email your story or questions to myjourney@kenoshafcc.com, pick up a form from the Information Center or contact Peggy LeMay at 262.652.3908 for more information.