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WHO WE ARE

Faith Alliance Church was formed in 2007, with its first Pastor Josef Shalev and family. Since that time, the church has focused on discipleship ministries and reaching the underserved communities of Lynchburg with the love of Christ.

Our church is surprisingly diverse with many cultures, nations, and languages represented. As a part of the C&MA (Christian and Missionary Alliance), which is an evangelical Protestant denomination, our congregation is mission-driven and stands firmly behind the message of the Great Commission.

We focus on growing deeper with our Lord Jesus Christ by  Praying  to seek God’s face, by  Encouraging  each other to follow Christ and be like Him, and by  Evangelizing  to the community and to the “end of the earth” and by  Discipling  the believers to be equipped for what God has called us to be and do. We also offer various opportunities to serve in key areas such as worship ministries, teaching, technology, outreach, etc.

You are welcomed and encouraged to come join us in worship at any time.

CHRISTIAN & MISSIONARY ALLIANCE

 

Faith Alliance Church is part of the Christian and Missionary Alliance ("The Alliance"). Founded in 1887 by A.B. Simpson, the Alliance is an international evangelical denomination that takes the Great Commission seriously. Simpson followed God's call to reach prostitutes, longshoremen, the homeless, and others in New York City and around the world.

Today, the Alliance has more than 500,000 worshipers in 2000 churches in more than 70 countries. Our U.S. family sends and supports 700 Alliance workers who care for the sick, befriend the lonely, and introduce spiritually impoverished people to the One who releases us all from the curse of sin and the sting of death.

  We are The Alliance  

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Our Beliefs

 

Faith Alliance Church strives to reach and be a Holy Spirit filled body of believers equipped to make disciples, support and send the called. See what beliefs guide our directions as a church.