Movement Church recently opened its doors to encourage people to make a difference in their own lives and their communities. According to Pastor Eric Ferguson, Movement Church is a place for people to learn more about God, no matter what stage he or she is at in seeking God. The church places a strong emphasis on connecting to the community with outreach and volunteer projects.
“Our church is more about how we can make the city better by partnering together,” Ferguson said. “We want the community to be glad we are a part of the city.”
Ferguson, his wife Kate, and two daughters recently returned from the Milwaukee area after taking part in the planning of a similar church there. He said he felt a need to return to his hometown, Findlay, and begin Movement Church.
The church held its first service October 12 and church services are currently held Sundays at 10:15am. The church also has specialized groups for adults and youth. Ferguson said he encourages anyone who is looking for a church that wants to be a part in making a difference to attend a service.
“We want to empower people to explore and discover what they want to do in their lives,” Ferguson said. “It is a place where you can belong before you have to behave or believe – it is more about learning how to take steps with God right where you are at.”
Glenwood Middle School, 1715 N. Main St. www.movementfindlay.com.