Welcome Home
No matter if this is your first time visiting or you've been here before, you are welcome!

We are Blessed, Broken, & Beloved People of God

Fredsville grounds its mission and ministry in Jesus Christ. In worship the Holy Spirit calls and gathers us together around God's Word and Sacraments at the foot of the cross. Together, we hear God's Good News in Jesus Christ. We practice the ways of Jesus, offering forgiveness, sharing peace, listening with compassion, praying in hope, and blessing one another across generations. Together we recieve God's grace and we are sent out as witnesses of God's love in and for the world in our daily lives. Worship is the springboard for all our fun, fellowship, generosity, and service to our community and to the world. Jesus is always at the center.

We admit that we not only live in a broken world but that we add to its brokenness. If you have been hurt, by the church, by people you trusted, we are sorry. That is not what God intends. We welcome the opportunity to walk with you on a way of healing. We are all Blessed, Broken, and Bleoved people of God. The Good News of God in Jesus Christ is given for you, so that you may know Resurrection hope and new life.

We hope that you will join us in worship, fellowship, and mission, to share the Good News that God proclaims to all hurting people of this broken world. The Good News of God's Kingdom Love that is given for all, in Jesus Christ.

In-person Worship is on Sunday mornings at 9:30 a.m. Or you can join us on-line anytime.
Holy Communion is celebrated each week. All are welcome to recieve God's Love.

If you have more questions, please be in contact with us.

We would welcome conversation with you.

May your days be many and your troubles be few.
May all God’s blessings descend upon you.
May peace be within you, may your heart be strong.
May you find what you’re seeking wherever you roam.
May the strength of God pilot us, may the wisdom of God instruct us.
May the hand of God protect us, may the word of God direct us.
May thy Salvation, O Lord, be always ours this day and for evermore. Amen.
~ An Irish Blessing Credited to St Patrick