Fowler Christian Church
A New Perspective A Deeper Journey A Life Together

Welcome to Fowler Christian Church on the web. 

We hope that you will take some time and learn more about us. Fowler Christian Church combines powerful contemporary worship with Bible based teaching

of the Word every Sunday.

We worship God with abandon every Sunday morning.

We strive to grow in the Word and then we take what we have been taught, and go outside the walls during the week to reach others.

We strive to connect with each other, to build each other up, and to become closer as a church family. If you are looking for a church home, please come and share a Worship time with us at F.C.C. We want to share the blessings of God with you.


Every Sunday At 9:00am & 10:30am

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Fowler Christian Church

106 N. Madison Ave.

Fowler, IN 47944

Ph: 765-884-0219

Business Hours:

Tue-Fri 10:00am - 4:00pm



If you would like communion at home please call the church office @ 765-884-0219


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Click on the "How To" menu button on the left menu to read Kirk's message on having a quiet time with God.

Rejoice always, pray continually, give thanks in

all circumstances; for this is God’s will for you in Christ Jesus.

Do not put out the Spirits fire.

                                             1 Thessalonians 5:16-19


Developing Confidence in God

Psalm 27:13

    I remain confident of this:

    I will see the goodness of the LORD

    in the land of the living.


Often we think of faith as a "fingers-crossed" decision that God demands of us.  Even worse, we think of spirituality as a life filled with a lot of "no's".  "Don't do this.  Don't do that." 

It sounds like a miserable way to live. 


But what of faith was about confident hope in a living God?  What if faith involved enjoyment of the gifts of God in such a way that a solid foundation for daily living was built?

That might change the way we live each day.  It might lead us to confidence in God.