From the Vicar
are pleased to make this web site available to all
who are interested in the activities of this Church and the Episcopal
Church in general. Our primary aim as a Mission Church is to build a
strong, vital Christian community of people who relate to one another
by their common effort to follow Christ as their Lord. The Episcopal
tradition has always had a great ability to combine a broad emphasis of
religious worship, fellowship, mission and pastoral care.
People find themselves associated with a Christian congregation for a variety of reasons. For people who are new in the community, the church might be a way to begin involvement and new associations; for another person it may have been something that happened as people showed support at the time of a death; for another it is the experience of weekly worship; for someone else it is an interest in social mission; for yet another it is an urgent need to show children the importance of faith and Christian teaching. The expressions of Christian community are as varied as the lives and needs of those who comprise the congregation.
of meaning, of value, of compassion, and of
faith are fundamental questions that confront everyone at some level of
existence. It is the response to these concerns that is the primary
business of the Christian Church at every level.
The Mission of Faith
We are committed to providing the surrounding community, as well as visitors, a
place to come and worship God, receive Communion, experience fellowship in
prayer and music and provide many of the services
commonly associated with a place of worship.
In addition to those services, we also sponsor a child from South America, support a local food pantry and provide other services on a scale with a church family of our comparatively small size.
The Wheeler Chapel Trust makes the building available to multiple support groups and other organizations and events of value to the community.
Faith Church is always interested in expanding the scope of services we can provide to our congregation, the Episcopal Church and the community at large. If you are interested in supporting our efforts in any way, please contact Vicar Patricia Henking via e-mail or call 603-424-6806 or 603-424-3507.
Thank you for your interest.