(Youth Ministry, Ages 6-18)


There is a one-time registration fee of $20 which will cover food, material, and performance T-Shirts


Slots Available

As of 10/29/2018

Fun Faith Friday is a rigorous four (4) session youth Christian program designed to develop a sense of participation, community, and accomplishment through the arts. Participants are guided by some of the industries best and professional talent to the culmination of a live DVD recording being held on April 26, 2019. 


Registration for the program is $20 paid in advance ($5 per session). We are capping participation at 100 children (ages 6-18); should we hit capacity, your registrations will be placed on a waiting list and you will be notified upon available space.


You have not seen anything like this...IT'S GONNA BE GOOD! 

DATES: January 18th ● February 15th ● March 15th ● April 19th

N   I   G   H   T   L   Y       S   C   H   E   D   U   L   E

05:30 P.M. – 06:00 P.M.  CHECK-IN

06:00 P.M. – 06:40 P.M.  General Assembly
06:50 P.M. – 07:35 P.M.  MINISTRY PERIOD I (Choir, Media)

07:40 P.M. – 08:25 P.M.  MINISTRY PERIOD II (Dance, Step, & Drama)

08:25 P.M. – 09:20 P.M.  FOOD & FUN (Basketball, Video Games, Board Games & More!)
09:20 P.M. – 09:30 P.M.  General Assembly & Dismissal




FEB.  15  - NACHOS



Parents, please notify us of any
food allergies based upon our menu.


Choir - Ed Johnson

Praise Dance - Janae Strickland

Steppers - John Godfrey, Sr.

Drama - Dana Tatum

Production - Cedrick Fisher



Help us make a difference in the lives of young people and keep them off the street at least once a month!  Click on the secure link below to make your monetary tax-deductible donation.


Choir -

Praise Dance -

Steppers -

Drama -

Production -



Multipurpose Room

Youth Sanctuary

Media Room (Upstairs)


While F3 is open to the public, you will need to register each child that is attending so we can provide adequate supervision and food.  Registration is $20 per child; it covers food, material & performance

T-Shirts.  Click on the registration button below before all slots are filled!


We need all of the help we can get to make sure the young people are safe and served.  If you would like to volunteer, we will need the following information: full name, address, DOB, SS#, & TDL.  Click on the email us button below to send us your name and number; someone will contact you to get your information to run your background check. 





- Promo T-Shirt Inclusion
- Event Banner
- Full Page Ad Online Souvenir   
  Book (Inside Front, Inside Back,
  or Rear Page)
- 1 Year Greenspoint Small
  Business Association (GSBA)
  Directory Listing
- 1 Year Management of GSBA
- Website Marketing & Link (GSBA)
- F3 DVD
- Sponsorship Listing on Program



- Promo T-Shirt Inclusion
- Event Hanging Poster
  (24 x 24)
- Full Page Ad Online Souvenir
- 1 Year Greenspoint Small 
  Business Association (GSBA) 
  Directory Listing
- Website Marketing & Link
- F3 DVD
- Sponsorship Listing on


- Promo T-Shirt Inclusion
- Event Hanging Poster (24 x 24)
- Half Page Ad Online Souvenir
- 1 Year Greenspoint Small
  Business Association Directory
  (GSBA) Listing
- Website Marketing & Link
- F3 DVD
- Sponsorship Listing on Program



- Fourth Page Ad Online
  Souvenir Book
- F3 DVD
- Sponsorship Listing on



DATES: Jan. 18, Feb. 15, Mar. 15, & Apr. 19





Ed Johnson


The goal of the Choir Program is to bring back the days of youth choirs which did more than provide for performance opportunity on the 4th Sunday, but instead fostered a sense of community and collaboration among the participants.  Also, youth choirs give occasions to young people to get acquainted with the gifts of God on their lives so as they matriculate through the music ministry they will be prepared for adult programs, leadership, and musical instrument integration.  We are purposely targeting smaller churches as they sometimes struggle with numbers which give the children a level of security as they are learning, developing and growing into their gifts.  We want to help make your church youth choir and department stronger.


During the first quarter, we are simultaneously teaching voice control, projection, parts, presentations, and recording.


We are teaching participants how to maximize their presentations through ministry in place of performance-based arrangements.  The merging of music and interpretive dance/mime has existed for many years, but presenting it to God and His congregation can be a struggle for some; this brings a different level accountability to the Holy Spirit.  Attention is given to instruction, professionalism, dress, and church vs. secular. We want to impact this current generation of dance/mime ministers as well as those in the future, encouraging the want and desire for the anointing of the Holy Spirit.


During the first quarter, we are simultaneously teaching interpretation, control, accuracy, presentation, and recording.

Janae Strickland
Dana Tatum


While the origin of dramatic presentation is not known, arguably William Shakespeare became the worlds best communicator via this artform.  Drama plays have long been a viable option of communication of ideas, from religion to politics; this artform can influence minds and cultures.  There are times when lectures, sermons, and counseling fail but seeing life played out on stage can positively affect the thinking and subsequent behavior of those for whom we have been praying.  The power of dramatic presentation is incredible, and the impact of a spectacular Christian performance can be eternal.  We focus on the Christian aspect of contemporary drama teaching participants the nuts and bolts of theater and acting from a one-man-show to full productions.


During the first quarter, we are simultaneously teaching methodology, imagination, emotional and physical expressivity, staging, and recording.


Psalm 150:6 constrains everything with breath to praise God, this is why the Fine Arts Ministry of many churches is continuously experiencing expansion as new forms of praise are being added, providing opportunities for those who may not sing or play an instrument.  Stepping is one such art form.  Although its origin is not found in scripture, it has been taken by the church and used to glorify God.  Much like praise dance and mime, stepping is best appreciated when performed as a group effort; it is mesmerizing and exciting to see.  We have incorporated stepping into our program as a meaningful ministry and to provide additional opportunity for participation in the overall program by those that may not feel called to dance, mime, or drama but want to participate. 


During the first quarter, we are simultaneously teaching rhythm, control, accuracy, presentation, and recording.

John Godfrey
Cedrick Fisher


Many adults are still caught in the tailspin of this technological renaissance; communication has changed forever!  We have gone from the dark ages of sluggish and bland analog to instant digital vivid images and connectivity with global access to everyone - 24/7.  In a matter of months, we have gone from HD to 3D to 4K with more to come!  Learning to navigate the multiple platforms and protocols of media production requires knowledge, precision, and creativity.  By giving participants the instructions and opportunity provided by this media program, we are stirring them to start or work the media ministries at their home church. We provide the equipment needed for education, training and producing a quality product.


During the first quarter, we are simultaneously teaching equipment, producing, recording, and editing.