Community Groups

At Fremont Alliance Church, we consider connecting with a small group of people is of great importance. Doing so promotes discipleship, community, and mission. Groups vary in location, meeting days, and times. You may join at any time. Check out even more ways to get involved on our events page.

Sunday Morning Community Groups

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Prime Timer's C.G.
9am Church's Family Life Resource Center

Led by David Cech. Study of Colossians & Philemon. Resumes August 26.

(Legacy Aspiring Marriage Builders)
9am Church's Room 207

Kingdom Disciples. Led by Roger and Deb Koertner. Resumes August 26.

Salt & Light C.G.
9am Church's Video Conference Room

Led by Gary and Martha Moseman. A Clash of Kingdoms. Resumes August 26.

Adult Community Groups

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Men's C.G.
Study of Matthew led by Tom Harmon. Every Wednesday @ 7:15pm in the library at Fremont Alliance Church.

Young Families
It Starts At Home, led by Ben and Jamie Adler. Hosted at the Stine's home, every second and fourth Sunday @ 11:30am.

Wisdom Seekers C.G.
Study of Ecclesiastes led by Keith & Barb Huizenga, every second and fourth Sunday, at various homes, @ 6:30pm. Resuming in the fall.

North Bend C.G.
Study of the mission of Jesus, led by Kirk & Karen Kavan at their home, every first and third Monday @ 7:00pm. Resuming in the fall.

East Fremont C.G.
Sermon response, led by Tom & Kitty Nevius at their home. Every first Sunday of the month after worship (about 11:30am). Resuming in the fall.

Young Adults.
Study "If," led by Jeremiah & Emily Sturgeon Every second and fourth Monday @ 7:00pm at Jeremy and Sarah Stine's home.

Cross-Eyed C.G.
Led by George & Cheryl Nechodomu. Every second and fourth Sunday@ 6:30pm @ various homes. Resuming in the fall.


Other Adult Groups


Great Commission Women

GCW is an auxillary of the Christian & Missionary Alliance. It is organized to support and pray for international workers and worldwide ministries. All meetings are in the Family Life Resource Room unless otherwise noted.

Prayer: To encourage corporate and individual worship and intercession for local, national, and worldwide ministries. Meets every third Thursday at 1:00 pm.

Fellowship: To encourage a sense of community among women through the building of healthy relationships and friendships by the transforming power of Christ. Multiple fellowship times are listed on the events page.

Outreach: To equip women to share God's love and the message of the Gospel with family, friends, and neighbors. Many events are held throughout the year, check the events page for opportunities.

Our 2017-18 National Project is to raise $333,000 to support key initiatives for diaspora peoples around the world to hear the gospel of Christ. We will reach Vietnamese in Cambodia and Taiwan, Muslim peoples in Europe, Chinese in Panama and Peru, Muslim peoples in North and Central Asia,Darfur refugees in the Middle East, and peoples in Syria.

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Mothers of Preschoolers

MOPS stands for Mothers of Preschoolers, and exists to encourage, equip, and help women become the best moms that they can be. Women who are pregnant or have young children (birth through kindergarten) are invited to join MOPS.

MOPS provides an opportunity to meet other moms and make the journey of motherhood together.

We share our experiences, learn from one another, and support each other. MOPS meetings are a wonderful place to build friendships and have fun with other moms. In other words, it's a playdate for moms!

We meet at Fremont Alliance Church on the first and third Monday of the month, from 6:30 - 8:00 p.m., September through May.

MOPS also includes a chapter of MOMS Next, which is open to mothers of school-aged children. MOMS Next will meet at the same time as MOPS.

If you register for the upcoming year by May 31st, you will be put into a drawing to win a free membership.

Download the registration form here.


Spence Counseling Center

Spence Counseling Center offers services at the Fremont Alliance Church.

Founded in 1991 by Carl & Connie Spence after 25 years in ministry, the mission of Spence Counseling Center has remained steadfast; to help hurting people find genuine healing. Although he started the center alone, his vision, inspired by Isaiah 61:1, was to build up a group of good people that genuinely cared about helping people at the core.

Contact Spence Counseling Center directly by visiting their website.

Get Involved...

Besides the many groups you can join, we offer many special events throughout the year. There is almost always something happening at Fremont Alliance Church. Keep an eye on our events page for more information.