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Join a Faith Group

Faith Groups are at the heart of what we do at Faith Community! We believe that humans are created to be in relationship with one another. When you join a Faith Group, expect to find a group of ordinary people pursuing an extraordinary life through Jesus. Each Faith Group consists of about 12-15 people who meet regularly to build spiritual community and together serve the church and wider community.

  • Castor Faith Group

    Tom and June Castor

    • Meets 2nd & 4th Tuesdays at 7:00pm
    • Location: Dick and Liz Slemons' Home (Worthington Area)
    • Format: We have a time of fellowship (and usually dessert) after we share prayer requests and insights from the sermon discussion questions. At this time we do not have children who join us, but we are willing to make accommodations.
    • Contact: tcbus7@att.net or 614-580-8361

  • Miller Faith Group

    Loren and Lizzy Miller

    • Meets 1st & 3rd Fridays at 6:45pm
    • Location: Loren & Lizzy Miller's home (Dublin) and other places around town
    • Format: The 1st Friday of the month is Family Night! You are welcome to bring your children. We will hang out and have a Bible discussion and, of course, something sweet. The 3rd Friday of each month is an alternating Men's or Women's Night. We meet at a restaurant or other venue and have dinner along with uplifting conversations and Bible study!
    • Contact: elizabeth.a.miller@me.com or lorenmiller@fccdublin.com

  • Boothe Faith Group

    Charles and Hope Boothe

    • Meets 1st & 3rd Wednesdays at 7:00pm
    • Location: We take turns meeting in one another's homes or in quiet restaurants in the NW corner of Dublin/Powell.
    • Format: We are a group of young empty nesters or parents of teens. We love to fellowship! This usually involves food, laughter, discussing the sermon, and prayer. Our meeting times may be flexible due to business travel and/or kids' schedules - but we would love to have you join us!
    • Contact: cuhope81@gmail.com or 614-327-5496

  • tober faith group

    Eric & Chris Tober

    • Meets 2nd & 4th Sundays at 5:00pm
    • Location: Eric & Chris Tober's Home (Dublin/Hilliard Area)
    • Contact: erictober@fccdublin.com
  • reker Faith Group

    Jeff and Shoma Reker

    • Meets 2nd & 4th Fridays at 7:00pm
    • Location: Jeff and Shoma Rekers’ Home (Hilliard/Galloway area)
    • Format: The adults meet for sermon discussion and worship time while children play together in another room (teens watch younger children). Afterwards, we all join together for refreshments and fellowship.
    • Contact: jreker8@gmail.com or sreker68@gmail.com

  • Dunsmoor faith group

    Doug and Heather Dunsmoor

    • Meets 1st & 3rd Sundays at 12:45pm (after Sunday school)
    • Location: We typically meet at the church and sometimes at a local park.
    • Format: Our families meet over a potluck lunch. We spend a significant portion of our time in fellowship with one another and have sermon discussion, prayer, and other fun activities. Children are welcome for the entire meeting and have space to play together.
    • Contact: dougd@fccdublin.com


At Faith Community, we want children to know learn how much God loves them and how to have a personal relationship with Christ. We provide an environment that is inviting and age appropriate, allowing kids to have fun while learning more about God. 

Worship Service

  • Available for potty-trained children up through age 8, Kids' Own Worship provides play, worship through song and prayer, and a Bible lesson with an activity to reinforce what we've learned.
  • A safe and loving nursery for infants and toddlers is available both during the worship service and class hour. 
  • Children are always welcome to remain in the service with their families. 

Sunday Classes

Available from September through May, we have classes for all ages following worship service. 

  • What’s In the Bible? takes our youngest students (ages 6 and below) on a fun chronological journey through the Bible using a combination of videos, activities, and discussion. They learn lots of Bible basics and facts, as well as historical context. But, most importantly, they get the opportunity to see God’s Great Rescue Plan in place from before creation. 
  • For ages 7-9, The Praise Factory demonstrates the consistency of God’s Word from beginning to end. Key biblical truths are shared through story-telling that draws from Old and New Testament passages, as well as other historical sources and more contemporary church or missionary accounts. Games and activities reinforce both the story and scripture verses. 
  • Built Right in Christ’s Kingdom (BRICK) digs even deeper into God’s Word, as well as a number of supplementary resources, to give 10-12 year olds a strong foundation for their faith. Students progress through an in-depth chronological study of the Bible, church history, and missions, all while gaining tools to defend and apply their faith with kindness and compassion in an unbelieving world. 

"Start children off on the way they should go, and even when they are old they will not turn from it." --Proverbs 22:6


Our prayer is that the youth at Faith Community would grow as followers of Jesus and learn to be in genuine community with others. To be a follower of Jesus simply means daily trying to live more and more like Him. We believe this happens best in community, where we can encourage each other in humility, love, and service.

What's Going On

  • Sunday classes meet every week following the worship service. We discuss topics that are relevant to maturing as a Christian, such as basic Christian beliefs, flourishing as a Christian in college, spiritual formation and others. 
  • Middle Schoolers and High Schoolers each have the opportunity to meet twice a month for a small group Bible study.
  • We plan one event a month to build fellowship and fun and to provide opportunities for students to serve both in the community and in our church. Events from this year have included bowling, a corn maze, packing shoe boxes for Operation Christmas Child, organizing our Angel Tree party, and Winter Jam 2020.

Adult Classes

Two class options for adults are offered following worship service every quarter. Pastor Eric is also available during this time to answer questions about our church, faith groups, becoming a member, or to discuss the sermon.

Spring Quarter Classes (Meeting Online! Sunday mornings at 11:00am) :

World Religions

Leader: Doug Dunsmoor

Description: Please click here for more information. Please note that this will just run for an hour on Sunday mornings along with our other class, so it will be shorter than the one we did last fall; also, we are using a shorter book. 

Once you have registered, please click here to join the class online! The Location link to Attend Online will be active on Sunday morning at 11:00 am and take you to a live Zoom meeting, where you can interact with the leader and other members of the class.

1 Corinthians

Leader: Collin Brendemuehl


Paul's letter to the church in Corinth is one of the most relevant portions of Scripture to the American life. Why? Because the church in Corinth is the church in a wealthy cosmopolitan city where morality has its price. Their issues are our issues. Please join us to study and apply this portion of God's Word and to build moral virtue. We will use a good study guide that's edited by J.I. Packer to provide additional background information and insightful questions.

If you are able to assist with our material expenses by purchasing the book for this class, please place $7 in a donation envelope, write "Adult Equipping Classes" on the envelope and place it in the offering box at the back of the sanctuary.

NOTE: This class is currently postponed. If you already have a book, hold onto it as we will plan to host this class at a later date.

PLEASE NOTE: Readings for both classes will include passages from the Bible. If you do not have a good study Bible of your own, please let us know and we will help you get one.


We have several ways for women to connect, grow and serve. 

Stretcher Bearers

  • A ministry of encouragement which meets bi-monthly at the church, typically on Saturday mornings
  • Includes prayer for those in the congregation who are experiencing challenging situations.
  • Notes of encouragement are written and mailed to those prayed for.

Women's Precept Bible Study


  • A bi-weekly study which meets at the church on Fridays from 9:00 - 11:00am. 
  • The curriculum was developed by Precept Ministries and is both in-depth and enriching.
Women's Retreat
  • Once per year, the women have typically met together at a retreat center for the weekend to study the Bible, pray, and enjoy fun activities together.


Men have a number of opportunities throughout the year to get together:

Guys' Hang Out

  • Meeting approximately 1/month at The Goat in Dublin for snacks & conversation.

Men's Retreat

  • Typically once/year, the men will retreat to the woods for a weekend for an extra time of fellowship, learning, and prayer.