Ministries & Missions

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Ministries at FCC

Audio/Visual (Sound Team & Media Team) – This team works with the church’s sound system and PowerPoint/media during services.

Building Project Team – The Building Project Team was created with an emphasis on vision, prioritizing, planning, and executing the building projects to be done at the church through our own people and/or contractors.

Cleaning Team – This ministry is responsible for weekly cleaning of the church such as vacuuming the carpets and cleaning the restrooms.

Donation Counting Team – This team is responsible for counting and recording the offerings and tithes that are put into the offering boxes at the church each Sunday and for transporting the checks and cash to the bank.

Door Keeper – This team is responsible for monitoring activity throughout the church and into the sanctuary during the church service and for recording a count of the number of people in attendance each Sunday.

FCC Garden Team – This team meets as needed through the growing season and takes care of FCC’s flower gardens.

FCC Kids – This ministry provides age-appropriate instruction for pre-K through 12th grade.

Front Door Ministry (Greeting) – This team welcomes members and guests to our celebration service by handing out programs, escorting from the parking lot and tending to ushering duties.

Growth Groups – Growth groups are an important part of the FCC community. Groups meet throughout the week in different locations, sometimes in people’s homes or sometimes at the church.

Hospitality – This team prepares the Sunday morning refreshments and leads other social events.

Information Technology – The IT Team exists to enhance FCC’s internal and external communications. Ministry areas include maintaining website and email posts, streamlining business processes, implementing marketing and social media strategies, and fixing computer-related problems.

Loaves and Fishes – This team provides meals during times of sickness, hospitalization, birth, and bereavement. Loaves and Fishes also sends cards and flowers to those in the FCC family who are experiencing bereavement and other struggles.

Nursery – This team organizes and provides childcare in the nursery and toddler rooms during Sunday service.

Prayer Team – This team distributes prayer needs of our church by e-mail and sometimes by phone. The Prayer Team provides group opportunities for praise and prayer, as well as encouraging believers to grow in their personal prayer life.

Wellness Ministry – Led by the Faith Community Nurse and a Wellness Team, this ministry serves FCC in spiritual and physical care.

Worship Team – The purpose of the Worship Team is to lead people to a face to face encounter with God. Our mission is to bring us all together to worship God through music during FCC celebrations.

Youth Group – Fulmont Youth is open to teens grades 6-12. Students have weekly classes during the church service as well as monthly social outings. Activities include kayaking, hiking, bowling, disc golf, indoor go-karts at Checkers Out Speedway, roller-skating at High Rollers, and WinterBlast at Sacandaga Bible Conference.

Ministries and Missions that FCC Supports

FCC supports local and international ministries and missions groups such as:

Christar – Located in Texas. The central purpose of Christar is the establishment of God’s church among the least-reached. They define “least-reached” as people who do not have access to a church where the gospel is preached in their own language and culture.

Gideons International – Located in Tennessee. The Gideons International is an association of Christian business and professional men and their wives dedicated to telling people about Jesus through associating together for service, sharing personal testimony, and by distributing Bibles and New Testaments.

Jezreel International – Located in Albany, NY. Jezreel International is a faith-based humanitarian aid organization that has shipped desperately needed medical and hospital supplies, food, clothing, furniture, building supplies, personal care and hygiene products, baby products, toys, new shoes and sneakers to over 40 nations in need. They are also a resource to those in need locally and nationally. In 2014, they started the Veterans Miracle Center.

Life Saver Ministries – Located in Gloversville, NY. The heart of Life Saver Ministries is to uphold life and see lives changed through the Gospel message as they continue being a voice for the unborn and a source of hope for the hopeless. The practical material assistance they offer complements the emotional and spiritual help women and families receive from Life Saver Ministries as they strive to extend God’s love in both word and deed reaching more souls with the message of life! Those in need may contact their Help Line.

Rice Foundation – Located in Texas. Every 2 years, the people of Fulmont Community Church and others in the community have the opportunity to join a team led by Dr. Kevin Cope of FCC that goes to the country of Honduras via the Rice Foundation on a one-week long mission trip and serves there in the areas of Medical, Children’s, and Construction. No previous experience necessary to participate.

Sacandaga Bible Conference – Located in Broadalbin, NY. Sacandaga Bible Conference’s mission is to reach, equip, and disciple kids of all ages with the gospel of Christ through Biblical truths, enabling them to reach the world for Christ. Sac offers several year-round programs, with dynamic youth and family camp opportunities during the summer, and retreats and special events the rest of the year.

Operation Christmas ChildSamaritan’s Purse – Located in North Carolina. Samaritan’s Purse is an evangelical Christian humanitarian aid organization that provides aid to people in physical need as a key part of Christian missionary work. FCC participates in the Operation Christmas Child program by packing and donating shoeboxes each year.