LIFE groups are where we can CONNECT and GROW, as we do LIFE together. We started out calling our groups “CONNECT” groups, but changed the name to “LIFE” groups because our story includes another church, Life Community Church, merging with us for greater Kingdom impact together! For more info about our groups or to join one, please email: email@example.com
- Prayer meeting (every other Monday): prayer at Penn *6:33-7:33pm (Matt. 6:33)
- LIFE group (Tuesdays): refreshments, “Precept” Bible studies, childcare provided
- LIFE group (Wednesdays): dinner, discussion, childcare provided
- LIFE group (*EVERY OTHER Saturday): dinner, discussion, childcare provided
- LIFE group (*STUDENTS, 6th-12th): Bible study, snacks, games *Sunday nights
- LIFE group (KIDS): games, music, teaching *Sundays during service
- LIFE group (MEN): 1st Sat. of month, 7:00-8:00am, IHOP, Hoadly Road
FCC is ALWAYS active in #freedomcares projects, both LOCAL and GLOBAL. We are the hands and feet of Jesus as we SERVE and GO to a World who needs His love shown to them. Please consider partnering with us in these projects & mission trips…either in-person, or by prayer and financial support.
FCC’s spiritual leadership team is made up of elders and deacons that provide spiritual oversight and practical leadership to matters of the church. If you have a question for the leadership, please email: firstname.lastname@example.org
T.Jay and Cresta Williams have been in full-time, local-church ministry together for the past 19 years. T.Jay has served as Youth Pastor, Counseling Pastor, Pastoral Care Pastor, Next Generation Pastor, Associate Pastor and Interim Pastor. Cresta has served alongside T.Jay in ministry and has served professionally as Middle School Ministry Director, Food Pantry Founder and as an educator in Christian and public schools. They have been foster parents for the past year and a half, along with a few other FCC families. They have 3 teenage children who have grown-up in church ministry and also have a heart to serve FCC with their talents and time. T.Jay has been involved in the community as a volunteer Chaplain for Prince William County Fire and Rescue since 2012. As FCC gets established, T.Jay is bi-vocationally “tentmaking” as a licensed Realtor with Long & Foster.
Colton was born in Jupiter, Florida, and moved to Virginia in 2013. He was raised in a Christian home and gave his life to Christ at a young age. Since then, God has used him in many ways through music and the music industry. He toured with a worship band during his first year of college and has been on staff in the music and production departments of a few churches since then. Throughout his walk with Christ, Colton experienced ups and downs, and at times found himself trying to make it on his own, resulting in substance abuse. For years now, God has taken a hold of Colton and is using his past downfalls to reach others who are struggling with the same problems.
Nancy is a native of the Washington, DC area. She has been married since 1991 and has two children. Nancy gave her life to Jesus as a child and continues to love her walk with the Lord. Through the ups and downs of life, she was always able to count on God. Nancy has worked in a family business, as a credit counselor and as a substitute teacher. She also volunteers as a Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA) for children in the foster care system. As her children start to spread their wings and fly the nest, she is excited at the new possibilities coming her way. The opportunity to work part-time for FCC, the church she and her family love, is an answer to a prayer. God is always good to those who trust in Him.
Kate believes the best way to show God’s love is by serving those around you. As a member of FCC, she is involved in the church’s many outreach programs and is especially committed to those that serve the homeless. She has been married to her husband, Billy, for 10 years, and they have three young children. Kate has worked as a marketing and recruiting professional and uses her background to help with the church’s growth and expansion. Kate has also been a member and leader of multiple outreach groups in the area. Her goal is to continue helping those in need through her service to the church and the community.
As one of the founding members of FCC, Marie has been involved in almost every are of the church. Since the beginning of FCC, she has been one of the key leaders of the children’s ministry and the #FreedomCares outreach projects. Married to her husband, David (Leadership Team), for 12 years, and they have two children. Marie currently also works for the ELC (Early Learning Center) at First Baptist Church of Woodbridge. She has served in staff & volunteer roles in church ministry, including M.O.P.S. and uses her love for social media to help with the church’s growth and expansion. Marie’s goal is to continue helping those in need, of all ages, through her service to the church and the community.
- Liberty University Church Network
- NAMB (North American Mission Board)
- NorthStar Church Network
- New City Network
- Loch Lomond Freedom Pantry *Started: Sept. 2017
- The Streetlight (local homeless outreach)
- Capital Area Food Bank
- YoungLife (Eastern Prince William County)
Freedom Community Church is a church plant with big faith in what God will do in the Woodbridge and Manassas, Virginia communities. Here are some commonly posed questions about what to expect when you visit and find freedom today!