Sunday Morning Services at The Father’s House are services that blend all three streams of Christianity together. Our worship team will lead us in songs intentionally chosen to create an atmosphere of worship through music. As the music ends, our Lead Pastor, Bishop Quintin will deliver an engaging message of love and faith that will inspire and help you grow in your faith journey.
We end every service with Communion. It is a core value of TFH that we celebrate Communion together as a church family remembering what Christ said, “Do this in remembrance of me.” Our table is open, so if you are welcome to come receive no matter your church background. We believe that the baseline for our Christian identity is our baptism. Through this baptism we can come to the table together as a family and Body of Christ.
Your children are important to us. That’s why we ask that you use our Children’s Check-in Stations at either entrance and check your child in to get security stickers for you and your child. If this is your first time at The Father’s House, visit our Welcome Desk in the lobby and a volunteer will assist you.
- Children Rooms for 5 & under are located in the East Hallway. Children can be checked in and dropped off prior to the start of service. After service, children must be picked up from their classroom using the Security Stickers received at check-in.
- 1st-5th graders participate with the adults in the sanctuary for the song portion of our service. We have a core value of worshiping together as a family. Please feel free as parents to walk them to their classrooms and return to the sanctuary once they, and you, are comfortable. They return to the sanctuary to participate in communion at the end of service. On of our TFHKids Volunteers will ensure they are directed back to their parents after receiving communion.
It is our value that we invest in the next generation. We encourage our teenagers participation and engagement in the adult service as well as in TFHKids. We believe it is vital to the sustainability of their faith that we create connection points that are multigenerational. We also believe it to be a vital part of our faith to understand serving others and encourage our young people to get involved in areas of ministry. We want our young people engaged in their faith. You may see young people opening doors, serving alongside our ushers, running areas of our tech booth, or even teaching a TFHKids Classroom under supervision of our adult leaders. We believe this to be important to the formation of their faith.
Quintin and Annie Moore are the lead pastors of The Father’s House, a convergent congregation in Hutchinson, Kansas, since 1986. Quintin and his wife Annie have served faithfully the vision of revealing the unconditional love and grace of God to everyone.
Quintin serves as the Presiding Bishop of the Communion of Evangelical Episcopal Churches (CEEC), a family of Christian churches and worship communities around the world formed largely as a result of the Convergence Movement. He founded the Diocese of the Restoration in 2004 which serves as a covering for churches regionally.
Quintin holds a Masters of Ministry and has assisted in the successful planting of hundreds of churches in the US, Mexico, and other countries around the world, most of which are still thriving in their various communities.
A much-loved pastor, husband, father and grandfather, Bishop Quintin’s impact on the heartland of America is undeniable. His main passions are to preach the message Christ’s unconditional love; to see the unity of the church; and to be a pastor to pastors.
Quintin and Annie have been married since 1977 and have 4 children and 12 grandchildren and one fun, furry friend Charolette Blu, better known as “Charlie”.