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November 6 – November 14, 2021

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Join us for a week-long celebration of all that God is doing around the world through Faith Assembly. This year’s theme, “Everyone Deserves to Know,” is intended to communicate that every person matters, no one is outside of God’s reach, and ultimately, that the Good News is designed for everyone.


This immersive experience will transform our church into a global, multi-sensory environment where people can interact with missions and witness glimpses of GlobalFaith’s worldwide impact.


Throughout the week, you’re invited to enjoy global art displays, engage with our visiting missionary families, and gain a widened global perspective, ultimately leaving you with a greater burden to financially GIVE and physically GO.

Missions Week

At A Glance

Opening Weekend

Saturday, November 6       6pm       Main Sanctuary

Sunday, November 7       9am & 11:15am       Main Sanctuary

Weekend Services

Mission-Themed Sermon: Kicking off Missions Week, our Senior Pastor, Carl Stephens will preach a message based on the “Everyone Deserves to Know” theme. Join us for worship, a mission-oriented Spoken Word, and a dynamic message.

Mission Trip Interest Meeting

Interested in attending a 2022 mission trip? All the recent global challenges have put in us a fire to continue to GO and serve the nations. The global need hasn’t stopped, neither should we. Attend the Trip Interest Meeting after each service for more information on upcoming mission trips.

Global Prayer Night

Monday, November 8       7pm       Mainstream Youth Auditorium

Prayer and Worship

Pray and worship with us as we ask God to bless the missionaries we support on the field! Come expectant for all God will do in the remainder of 2021 as well as the upcoming year through GlobalFaith.

Global Worship Night

Wednesday, November 10       7pm       Main Sanctuary

Midweek Service

Our midweek service will include a time of corporate worship and prayer in different languages. Flavored with cultural influences, this service will feature festive music, and a variety of missionaries sharing about life on the mission field. KidsWay Classes will have an international theme. Post-service, the Global exhibit in the Atrium will be open to the public. Come early or stay late, for our featured ethnic dishes served at FaithCafe.

Closing Weekend Services

Saturday, November 13       6pm       Main Sanctuary

Sunday, November 14       9am & 11:15am       Main Sanctuary

International Parade of Nations

The parade of flags is a display of multicultural diversity and the nations we work with and it has become an annual tradition to conclude Missions Week. It features hundreds of choreographed volunteers carrying colorful flags across the sanctuary, costumed for diverse international representation.

Guest Speaker Jacob Jester

From “Calling to Continent” Missionary Jacob Jester is joining us all the way from Springfield, Missouri nearby the Assemblies of God headquarters, where he and his wife and their three kids reside. As the former lead Pastor at Compel Church in Arizona, the Jester family is currently following God’s call to reach the continent of Africa.

GlobalFaith Display & Gallery

With global destinations on display, this year’s gallery exhibits include country-specific prayer needs! Interact with GlobalFaith volunteers in the central hub of the Lobby to learn more about our 2022 mission trips.

Behind the theme

“Everyone Deserves to Know”

This year’s theme, “Everyone Deserves to Know” is about remembering the why behind last year’s theme, “Let’s Go!” While in 2020 we declared our willingness to respond to the call, 2022 is all about familiarizing ourself with God’s heart!

Jonah 4:10,11 And the Lord said, “You pity the plant, for which you did not labor, nor did you make it grow, which came into being in a night and perished in a night. And should not I pity Nineveh, that great city, in which there are more than 120,000 persons who do not know their right hand from their left, and also much cattle?”

After surrender, and then a long season of COVID-mandated rest, we prepare to resume the missionary work that involves international travel. The global need hasn’t stopped; neither should we.


for Missions Week

It Takes a Village

Ever heard the phrase, “it takes a village?” We believe that applies to everything we do here at Faith too; especially Missions Week. In other words, we can’t pull this event off without you! Be part of something bigger than yourself by signing up to represent a nation in our annual Parade of Nations! Volunteers get to dress up in cultural attire, hold a flag, and walk in the parade route!

Serve at Curry Ford
Serve at Michigan Street
Serve at Red Bug Lake

Spread the Word

every invite counts!

Let’s be a church that’s crazy about missions — crazy to give, crazy to go, and crazy to invite as many people as we can to be part of this global movement! Help us multiply our Missions Week exposure by saturating social media! Download any of these social media graphics already sized for your preferred social platform and copy and paste the following caption ideas. Yes, it’s really THAT EASY!

Caption One: This is the year that #FaithGoesGlobal! Join me for Missions Week on November 6-14 to find out how! More info at faithassembly.org/everyone

Caption Two: Let’s celebrate cultural diversity together! You’re not going to want to miss our International Flag Parade and special guest speaker Jacob Jester on Saturday, November 13 and Sunday, November 14! Want more info? DM me!