FMCC Food Pantry
Our Food Pantry is now open by appointment only. Click on the FOOD PANTRY link on our home page to get details.
Clothes ClosetA church clothes closet is available during the same hours as the Food Pantry distribution. Clients are invited to view the clothes available and are free to take any items that they can use for their family members.
Bring your own bag to Natural Grocers
and they will donate 5 cents to FMCC Food Pantry.1715 North Rock Road
Wichita, KS 67206
(316) 636-4242 Pet Food Pantry- The pet food pantry is currently close due to Corona19Table of Hope provides a Pet Food Pantry (Dog and Cat Food Only) on the third Friday of the month from 11am-1pm. Program participants must bring a PHOTO ID. Supplies are limited and doors are open until food runs out. As we are currently unable to write grants for this program, financial donations and pet food donations are always welcome and appreciated.
The pet-food pantry has been operating in its current scope since 2014 and is the only pet-food pantry in the county helping low-income people to provide for their pets. It hands out pet food, kitty litter and donated accessories including collars, leashes, shampoo and beds, from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. on the third Friday of each month – or until supplies run out. Much of pet food comes from the Kansas Food Bank, which gets donations from area stores. Some of the pet supplies are donated by retailers because the bulk bags are damaged..
Counseling Services Available
Several FREE student therapists are available as well as one that requires a fee.
The student therapists are provided and supervised by Friends University.
Call or text CALEB at 316.200.9276 or Sierra at 316.706.6758 or contact the church during office hours to make an appointment.
FMCC Celebration Singers (Choir)
Membership in our choir is open to anyone regardless of experience. While it is important to be able to match pitch (sing in tune) our group is made up of people with a wide range of musical backgrounds and abilities that learn music in different ways. For this reason we move at a slower pace and present an anthem in worship when it is ready to go rather than on a set schedule. We sing a variety of musical styles including sacred/traditional, pop music, and musical theatre. Typically the choir presents a program during the Advent/Christmas season and also during Lent/Easter. We also make appearances at community events such as PRIDE, and the AIDS Day of Remembrance. Choir meets on Wednesday evenings during the school year (approximately September - May) from 7:00 - 8:30 p.m. in the sanctuary. For more information call the church office (316) 267-1852 or speak with Shaun-Michael Morse, Director of Music.
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We are a community that believes in doing (and just being pew sitters!). Take a look at some of the great ways you can make a difference.
Become a Member of the TOH Tech Team
The Tech Team is a group of dedicated individuals who make sure our message of God's inclusive love is heard loud and clear. Whether working with the sound and presentation slides on Sunday morning, or making sure our streaming service on the internet is running smoothly there is a lot to do. Andrea, our Tech Team Lead will provide all the necessary training so no experience is required.
Lay Readers/Communion Holders
Would you like to help with worship on Sundays? We are always needing people to read scripture, light candles, or hold communion. If you have an interest contact Erica, one of our Deacons and Worship Coordinator at (316) 218-3117.