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


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.

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


Click here to view last week's service,

March 19, 2023

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

March 23, 2023


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


             Can you believe it? We are almost finished with the first month of 2023. Many of us are still recovering from the Christmas excitement and here is it almost February. How time flies and I firmly believe there is some type of breakdown in the time continuum that makes it seem like time goes faster the older we get. Not really sure about that, but one thing I am sure about is our need to appreciate the time we do have and to make the most of it. 

               As we begin this new year we can resolve to give our best in all circumstances, good or bad. We can resolve to be better people who genuinely care for one another regardless of status, culture, or context. We can resolve to smile more and frown less, to seek the good rather than the bad and to treat others as we would like to be treated, maybe even better. We can care as our Lord has cared us, we can forgive as our Lord has forgiven us and we can love as our Lord has loved us. We can be the people who make a positive difference, who seek ways to build up rather than tear down and who come alongside those who are suffering, or troubled, or just need someone to listen. What a wonderful way to find meaning and purpose, what a wonderful way to spend our time. 

                  We must work the works of him who sent us while it is day; the night is coming when no one can work, John 9:4.