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 TFHKids Center at the east end of our lobby and a TFHKids volunteer will assist you.
We have a core value of worshiping together as a family. The first two songs are high energy and we welcome children to feel free in the presence of God. You might see children dancing, playing a ‘play’ guitar, or using some streamers. Following the first two songs, one of our Pastors will step up to pray over our children and send children to their appropriate classrooms. Please fill free as parents to walk them to their classrooms and return to the sanctuary once they, and you, are comfortable.
It is our value that we invest in the next generation. Teenagers stay in the main auditorium throughout the song portion of our service. Afterwards, they are released by a message on our main screen to their classrooms. These classrooms are set up in a small group setting, where each teenager can engage with our Youth Pastor, Sean Faulkner. In these classes, Pastor Sean teaches young people to apply Biblical truth in their everyday life.
Some services we feel it is important that teenagers sit in the main service and hear our Lead Pastor. In those instances, no message will appear on the main screen.