Welcome to Fairhope

Christian Church

As a community of believers we value our time together in worship.

We come together to praise our God, to lift up thanksgivings for all God is doing in our lives and to seek God's will as we strive to live lives of service, of hope, and of love. 

Come join us as we come back together and experience the love of God and of our faith family


We are hiring! Check our employment page for more information.


Sunday school starts at 9:00 am for all ages

Worship begins at 10:00 am in the sanctuary

To view the live stream of the 10:00 AM service on YouTube, click here.

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Click here to view last week's service,

November 28, 2022

Click here to view the latest "Moment with Pastor Rick"

December 1, 2022


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


              Thanksgiving is upon us, the time when many get a four-day holiday, when we stuff ourselves with all kinds of food and the Christmas push really begins. For the most part, Thanksgiving has become a marker that sets in motion the Christmas rush as we start counting down the days, planning parties, and of course hitting all the sales seeking that perfect gift. 

    But the idea of thanksgiving is more than just a way station on our way to the joy and wonder of Christmas. Thanksgiving provides us a moment to think about all the things we are thankful for including but not limited to; our families, friends, our successes, and the many blessings we have been afforded. 

    For some this may come easy while others may find it difficult to express gratitude for what is going on in their lives. A cancer diagnosis, the loss of a loved one, financial or relationship difficulties, loss of a job or a dream; all of these can leave one not feeling all that thankful. 

    The good news is whether we are struggling or riding high, in the depths of despair or rising above the noise, feeling lost and forgotten or loved and appreciated our God is there for us. 

    Zephaniah 3:17 reminds us; the Lord God is in your midst, a mighty one who will save; he will rejoice over you with gladness; he will quiet you by his love; he will exult over you with loud singing. 

    The Lord is in our midst providing us guidance, offering us wisdom, giving us strength, and demonstrating a love that can quiet any storm and give us the hope of a brighter future. 

    This is true whether things are going well or not so well for our God is a caring God who is steadfast and faithful and will not leave us or forsake us no matter what is going on in our lives. 

    This is the love of God, a love that covers sins, that reclaims the lost and that provides hope for all through the life, death, and resurrection of Jesus Christ, the most perfect gift ever and for this we can be truly thankful.