Fulton Alliance Kidz
Sunday School: Sunday School classes are offered for all ages. We have an exciting new curriculum this Fall. Plan to bring your children and jump into an adult class at the same time.
Kidz Zone and Kidz Zone Jr. - these are the worship opportunities that take place during the sermon time in the regular service. These focus on providing children with an opportunity to learn in a manner that is relevant to them.
Quest: Quest is our Wednesday night program for age 4 through 6th grade. There are multiple 6-week sessions that are centered around themes that will interest children. Children can plan to have a good time, while learning cool things.
Good News Club: Good News Clubs run in each of the elementary schools in Fulton. They begin in the Fall, in early October and run through the Winter. Contact the church office to find out the times, and how to connect a child to the program.
Encounter: The ages of 12-17 are some of the hardest years in a person’s life. They are looking for identity, friendship, fellowship and acceptance. Our mission at Encounter is to show how all these can be achieved with a relationship with Jesus Christ. Encounter provides a place for students who are looking for a place to belong. Thursday nights at 6:30, all 7th-12th graders in the community are invited. We have lots of fun games and a short conversation about who Jesus is and faith. Then we carpool to Wendy’s for a time of laughter and fellowship. This is a safe place where kids can come and ask questions and hear a message of love about Jesus that they may have never heard before,
Connect - Tuesday nights from 6:30-8:30 is our connect group. This night Is for 7th-12th graders that want to understand what it means to have a relationship with Jesus and how they can grow stronger in their faith. This is where faith becomes practical.
Young Adults Ministry (Coming Soon): Our young adults ministry will be re-launched in January 2019.
Men on the 10's: Men on the 10’s meets every 10th, 20th, and 30th of the month. During the Fall and Winter they meet at Wendy’s at 7 p.m. The purpose is just to enjoy meaningful conversation and fellowship. This is not an intense gathering, but one intended to encourage one another.
Women's Bible Studies: There are several Bible Studies for women. If you are interested, please contact the church office to find out which ones are going on and how to get involved.
Senior Servants is for anyone 55 years of age or older. The group meets monthly on the 2nd Wednesday for a covered dish lunch and a program in the Fellowship Hall of the church. Some programs are educational, some just entertaining. We take occasional excursions together. We serve the church and community in various ways including sponsoring Red Cross blood drives. All are welcome to join in these activities and events.
Contact: Nellie Eggleton for information
Great Commission Women
There is more in Christ. There is more love, forgiveness, acceptance, truth, mercy, and grace. Christ is the light in the darkness, the hope to the hopeless, and the peace to the restless (God of this City, Chris Tomlin). Christ is the strength in the weakness, love to the broken, the joy in the sadness (God of this City, Bluetree)
Exciting things are in store for us this year as we build relationships, share Christ, and grow together knowing “greater things have yet to come and greater things are still to be done in this city!” As we live out Isaiah 61:1-3, we will exchange ashes for beautiful garland, mourning for sustaining joy, and heart of heaviness for garment of praise. We will grow as mighty tress of righteousness to bring glory to God..
This year we will be Christ-minded, local-minded, and global-minded as we continue to be women of the great commission.
Keep an eye on the Events page for our upcoming events.
The Gathering provides women an opportunity to laugh, fellowship, enjoy getting to know each other better, and be challenged in their faith. The following dates are the next scheduled events:
Connect Groups are small groups that meet, usually in homes, but some meet at the church. These groups have the purpose of fellowship, prayer, study, and outreach. Each group decides what they want to study and how their group will be structured. Contact the church for further information on the times, places, and topics being studied in the groups.
Fulton Alliance Church has a history of volunteerism. If you are available and interested in helping with children’s ministry, youth ministry, teaching, ushering, maintenance, or anything else, fill out the form by clicking on the link. Do you have an idea for a new ministry, fill out the form and make your suggestion. Someone will follow up with you to see how to plug you in.