All-Church Information Sessions

Here at home and with our mission partners far away, McFarlin is known as a beacon for the hungry, a shelter for the seeking and a faith home for generations. At this moment, we, as the whole church are stewards of this great gift. As we move forward seeking to continue answering God’s century-old call to McFarlin, Pastor Rockford and the Trustees want to personally invite you to join us for one of several upcoming information sessions being hosted by our Trustees and Facility Task Force.

If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to reach out to our Business Administrator Stephen Mitchell at

Need childcare? Childcare for Kindergarten-younger will be available in Room 302 for the Sunday, July 25 session.

The same information will be shared at each session so you only need to attend one session.

Sunday, July 18, 4PM: In-Person Session 

Tuesday, July 20, 6PM: Virtual Session on Zoom (Click Here for the zoom link)

  • Meeting ID: 842 1926 0743
  • Passcode: 451956

Sunday, July 25, 2PM:
 In-Person Session

Your involvement in this discernment and planning process is vital, so please join the Trustees, Facility Task Force, Pastors Wendi and Trey, our staff and me at one of these meetings.

These meetings are a starting point and will be followed by surveys, discussions and a comprehensive study conducted by a church consulting firm selected by the Faith & Finance Committee.

We look forward to engaging in this process alongside you, and I’m confident that our faithful God will direct our work, guide our decisions and equip McFarlin to serve the mission of Jesus into our next century and beyond.

These brief gatherings will focus on how our facilities fit with our growing call to ministry. You’ll hear about the task force’s discussions, findings and potential next steps regarding questions like:

  • What updates do our facilities need to function safely and efficiently?
  • Where might we need to add space or digital capacity?
  • What areas of our ministry is God encouraging us to grow or re-shape, and does that lead us to re-imagine our property or resources?