We have one hour serviceS EVERY SUNDAY
at 9:00am and 11:30am
2473 W Shiawassee Ave | Fenton, MI | 48430
After our friendly parking lot attendants help you park, you have a choice of three doors to enter into the building. Our kid's entrance leads you directly into the Family Ministry area for a secure check in for your children. Our cafe doors lead to the lobby that gives opportunity for both community and contemplation. Our main entrance conveniently sets you in front of the main auditorium where the services are located.
Knowledgeable hosts are waiting at the adult and children Connect Centers to introduce you to the building. Where do your children go? Where are the bathrooms? Is there an area for nursing mothers? Hosts can help guide you around. You can also sit in a number of seating areas or cafe tables and enjoy coffee and breakfast or lunch at from our friendly cafe staff.
The services are located in our main auditorium and start at 9am and 11:30am sharp. Each service is approximately 1 hour long. Worship starts off the service and lasts about 25 minutes. Following worship are a few announcements of upcoming events. The sermon is next and lasts about 30 minutes. That's it! Our Senior Pastor and his wife, Pastor Jim and Dena, head to the Guest Room after each service to enjoy connecting with anyone who wants to meet them.
Nothing beats face to face connection. The lobby is an incredible place to enjoy conversations before and after services. We love to see people take advantage of that. However, there are some great points of contact before and after your first visit to The Freedom Center. Scroll down to the bottom of the page for our social media links. Browse our site for events, ministry recaps, and sermon videos.
If you have any questions remaining, we would love to hear from you. Fill out and submit the form below to contact us.
We want your first visit to be soothing to your soul, challenging to your heart, and stimulating to your mind.
The Freedom Center is a part of a global fellowship of churches known as
the Assemblies of God. For more information about the beliefs and doctrines of the
Assemblies of God, visit the AG website here.