44400 West Ten Mile Road
Novi, Michigan 48375
Phone: (248) 349-2345 - Fax: (248) 349-5716
What we are about...The symbol of Faith Community Presbyterian Church of Novi represents the four aspects of the mission of the Christian life: Hearing God's word, Trusting God's word, Acting on God's word and Sharing God's word. Multiple representation of Christian imagery are included in the design: the flower, the cross, the heart and the fish.
Hearing God's WordAlthough there are many ways in which we hear the word of God, as a church we primarily experience it in worship and in study. In worship we come together to praise God and hear the Good News of His love for all of us. We feel worship should be a balance of our rich tradition and openness to that which is new, exciting, surprising and free. Worship will be flexible but always done with dignity and thoughtfulness. In education we will study God's Word attempting to grow in Christian maturity to become more thoughtful and compassionate.
Trusting God's WordHearing God's word in itself is not enough. God's word demands commitment. Therefore, as a church we will continually strive for deeper commitment in our life. We realize our faith will make demands on our time, our abilities and our money. In doing so, we will apply our faith in our daily lives; being reformed we will grow.
Acting on God's WordAs a church family we will care for and about each other as an expression of God's love for us in Christ. We will attempt to develop a closeness within the church which goes beyond differences of opinion or ideology, a closeness which shares both the celebrations and defeats of our individual lives and our life together. Beyond the church a basic Christian hope will focus our lives. We will be a strongly mission oriented church; our concern will be to deal with the basic need of people.
Sharing God's WordOur church will reach outward as a friendly, warm and open blend of people. It is important that that we share our hopes and beliefs and grow to become a larger family. Avoiding judgments about the faith of others, we will seek to communicate the Good News, not only in words, but through our whole life as a church.