“Those who are planted in the house of the Lord shall flourish in the courts of our God. They shall still bear fruit in old age. They shall be fresh and flourishing to declare that the Lord is upright. He is my rock and there is no unrighteousness in Him.” —Psalm 92:13–15
Our goal is that you’ll plant and take root with us, grow deeply and continue to bear fruit in the years ahead. Our mission? To then influence and impact your families, friends and acquaintances with the truth and grace of Christ as we grow and inter-generate as a family. This stage of life presents unique challenges and distinctive opportunities for spiritual growth. Simply put: Our multi-generational goal is to watch ONE generation (Ourselves - Deut. 4:9a), Teach TWO generations (Our children & their children - Deut. 4:9b), Think FOUR generations (The children yet to come - Ps. 78:5-6) and Bless all generations (Nu. 6:24-27)!
If you have any questions, contact Dan Crane
Wednesdays | 10:00–11:30am | North Campus, Room 190
An intergenerational gathering that eats food, shares friendship, sings all kinds of songs and studies the Bible. Our teachers include Fullerton Free staff members along with a variety of guest teachers and musicians.
Every third Wednesday | 5:00–6:00pm | North Campus, Room 160
A support group for those who have gone through cardiac issues and heart surgeries. Spouses are invited to be part of this unique support group. At 6:00, those who can head out for a quick dinner together to continue their fellowship. This group is led by Pastor John Coulombe and his wife, Jacque.