Our History

A small group of believers, the Fairfield Church of Christ, met for their first Sunday worship services on February 3, 1963 in the George Washington Junior High School. With the help of the North 7th Street Church of Christ in Hamilton and the Christian Evangelizing Fellowship of Cincinnati, this fledgling congregation envisioned the planting of a vibrant church in the new, emerging community.

In 1966, the church built its first campus structure on the site of an old nursery with many trees upon the acreage on Symmes Road. FCC was affectionately called, “the church in the woods.” That original structure still houses many class rooms and our church library.

In the years that have followed, God has directed and blessed us to grow in mission, ministry and service that have given cause to subsequent campus developments. And while this church’s history could be recounted by reciting the phased additions of brick and mortar, the real story is abut people who found Christ, a family of faith, and a fulfilling purpose at FCC.

“You also, like living stones, are being built into a spiritual house… “ – 1 Peter 2:5

FCC has become a multi-generational, multi-style, multi-service fellowship. Our original start up group has multiplied in size over ten times and this congregation of believers now has a regional impact.

In the autumn of 2008, a new phase of growth was celebrated at FCC as we opened a new Worship Center, a beautiful Atrium, and an exciting children’s ministry center known as Kidopolis! The new, enlarged facilities reflect FCC’s commitment to Reach 1 More 4 Jesus… and then another… and another!