Welcome to Faith United Methodist Church

Wednesday Night Worship


Looking for a pick-me-up in the middle of the week?  Do you know that you're going to be missing church on Sunday due to a vacation or a trip to the lake?  Join us each Wednesday during the summer for Wednesday Night Worship at Fargo Faith UMC!  The evening begins with dinner at 6:30 pm followed by an outdoor (weather permitting) informal worship featuring scripture, prayer, a short message, and music by the Big House Band!  

Sunday Worship


We invite you to worship with us each Sunday during the summer at 10 am at Fargo Faith UMC!  Enjoy a traditionally formatted worship service of prayer, scripture, and a message by Pastor Ray Baker.  Sing traditional hymns as well as one contemporary worship song.  And enjoy Fellowship Time prior to the service with the Fargo Faith family at 9 am!

Our Vision Statement: The people of FUMC will...


We aspire to be a Christian community of action.

We seek to support our local community and the global community.  We challenge all to go into the world in service, putting personal faith into action.


We aspire to be a caring and nurturing community.

We seek to proclaim the good news and live the example of Jesus, creating a community of love, compassion, and forgiveness where people encounter God and are transformed and renewed by Christ's love.


We aspire to be a community of faith that welcomes all people.

We seek to invite and welcome all people to experience the love of Christ. All people are welcome at Faith United Methodist Church.

Summer Concert in the Park - August 28th


The Big House Band of Fargo Faith United Methodist Church will present a family-friendly concert at the Island Park Gazebo on Wednesday, August 28th. Joy for the Journey of Fargo First United Methodist Church will serve as the opening band for the night. The concert, which begins at 7:00 p.m. that evening, will feature a wide variety of popular contemporary Christian music. The performance is free of admission and open to all ages. People who wish to attend are encouraged to bring either a blanket or lawn chairs to the concert. Root beer floats will be served beginning at 6:30 p.m. until the end of the concert or until the ingredients run out.

The Big House Band, the worship team and band of Fargo Faith UMC since 2011, is comprised of a diverse group of musicians. Many of them have performed with long-standing popular bands of varying genres in the Fargo-Moorhead over the years to include The Front Fenders, Kid Hollywood, The Woofers, Helena Handbasket, The FM Kicks Band, The Jazz Arts Group, and the 188th Army Band just to name a few. Their combined experience results in the tight knit sound of a band with a cohesive and energetic rhythm section along with crisp three and four part vocal harmonies. The performance will be just as enjoyable for the crowd as it always is for the musicians who work together to make the music in the Big House Band. 

Joy for the Journey, who will open up the performance, is the worship band for Fargo First UMC. The band is directed by Nancy Lilleberg.

“The beautiful thing about these two bands is that we’re not just part of a church band, but we’re a group of musicians that share our musical experiences with everyone, plus we communicate with our listeners, both personally and musically.” says Christopher Hanson, the director of the Big House Band. “We’re taking the talents that the good Lord gave us and using them at church, but we’re also personally making great music while developing great friendships, both in and outside of the church.”

The concept to put on this concert was simple - summer is a perfect time for an outdoor concert, and the gazebo at Island Park is a perfect place to do it.

“Summer is all about being outdoors, taking in these beautiful days that God provides.” says Hanson. “And to me, there’s just nothing better than kicking back at a nice outdoor venue with your friends and family enjoying some great inspiring music.”

Contact Christopher Hanson with questions about the concert at (701) 232-6844 or by e-mail at