Welcome to Fairhope

Christian Church

9:00 AM Lawn Chair Service currently meeting in fellowship hall with covid-19 protocols. 

10:30 AM In-Person service in Sanctuary with covid-19 protocols. 

To view the live stream of the 10:30 am service on Youtube, click here.

To view the live stream of the 10:30 am service on Facebook, click here.

9:45 AM Youth Service in youth classroom with covid-19 protocols.

Our covid-19 protocols include wearing a mask while indoors and practicing physical distancing. We also have hand sanitizers at each entrance.

Our physical address is 349 Fairwood Boulevard, Fairhope, Alabama.

You can expect friendly and authentic people, engaging and relevant music and worship, 

compelling preaching from the Bible, and an opportunity to encounter God. 

Expect to hear about Jesus.

Expect honesty.

Expect exceptional love.

Scroll down on this page for a message from Pastor Rick

and to access archived services. 

Disciples of Christ

  • Our Mission

    The mission of Fairhope Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) is to seek in all ways to make known the love of God: by Proclaiming the Gospel of Jesus Christ, providing opportunities for worship, spiritual growth, and service; Seeking persons for commitment to Christ as disciples; by being a caring and supportive fellowship, and working for the unity of all Christians

  • Our calling

    "Reach up to God," "Reach into our Hearts," "Reach out to others." 

    We are not a building, but a body of believers endeavoring to listen and respond to the call God has placed on our lives. It is in this reach where we find the will of God revealed. 

  • message from Pastor Rick

    Here we are in Lent. Lent offers us a time of reflection, reexamination and recommitment as we recall the life, death and resurrection of our Lord, Jesus Christ. As we remember the sacrifice Jesus made on our behalf, we look at our lives and see what sacrifices we are making in service to God and God's people. Are we living up to the call to be servants, to be caring, compassionate, loving and forgiving? Is our focus on Jesus as the central figure in our lives and do we listen and respond to the call Jesus has made on our lives? 

    These can be tough questions with even harder answers, but as followers of Jesus we have the most incredible opportunity to make a positive difference in our lives, in our communities and in our world by exhibiting the kind of love Jesus first showed us. 

    I pray this Lenten Season we take the time to reflect on where we have been, where we are at and more importantly, where we are going as a body of Christ. Let us use this time to build a closer relationship with the one who gave his all for us, not just the few, but all and let him enter our hearts with his life changing message and his life giving hope. 

    For I know the plans I have for you, declares the Lord, plans for welfare and not for evil, to give you a future and a hope, Jeremiah 29:11 ESV