Frequently Asked Questions (and Answers!)Frequently Asked Questions Regarding Fresh Anointing House of Worship
1. Who are we? What is our denomination?
We are a non-denominational church, that is becoming it’s own denomination. We presently are made up of a number of churches, which are located in several states in the U.S., and in several countries overseas. Montgomery, Alabama presently serves as our headquarters.
2. What is our organization structure?
Kyle Searcy is the Senior Pastor of this house of worship and the Apostolic overseer over the other Fresh Anointing Houses of Worship. He works with a board of Trustees in overseeing the church. The board of Trustees is made up of seven members of the church who serve two year terms.
3. After I become a member of FAHOW, do I have to complete the Discipleship classes before I can begin to work in a ministry?
Yes and No, depending on where you want to serve. We encourage you to go ahead and contact the ministry leader of the particular ministry you would like to serve in and let them know of your interest. You can contact the ministry leaders by looking at the "Ministries" page, where their e-mail addresses are listed. We request that all new members go through the discipleship classes so as to fully understand the doctrines and ministry philosophy of this church. These classes take place on Sunday mornings at 8:45 AM, and you may begin attending them on any particular Sunday morning.
4. How do I get my child/children involved?
Ministry exists for all age groups concerning the young:
Ages infant-5 years old = Nursery Ministry
Ages 6-11 years of age = Promise Kids Kingdom
Ages 12-18 = Avenue 93 Youth Ministry
Ages 18- 24 = College Ministry
5. What ministry is available for my age group:
We encourage looking at the 30+ ministries that are listed on our “Ministries” page of this site. Some specific ones that are geared around a specifc at
Trailblazers- ages 55+
Fresh Connect Small Groups- open to all ages and individuals
Iron Men’s Fellowship- for men ages 18+
Women’s Fellowship & WIMI- for women ages 18+
6. Who do I contact for general counseling and prayer?
Call the FAHOW Office at (334) 613-3363 and you will be directed to a minister that will pray with you, or will direct you to the appropriate person for counseling.
7. Who do I contact for marital counseling?
You can call FAHOW at (334) 613-3363 and you will be referred accordingly. You may also contact our Marital Counseling Ministry Leaders, Mark & Pam Rollins, directly. Their info may be viewed on the "Ministries" page of this site under "Marital Counseling Ministry”.
8. What are the procedures for having a wedding ceremony performed at FAHOW and/or by one of the ministers/pastors?
Contact Paula Stallworth at the church office for details. Call (334) 613-3363 ext. 207.
9. What are the procedures for getting baptized?
Complete a Baptismal request form, which is available in the church office, or at the kiosk in the back of the sanctuary on Sunday mornings. You will be contacted and advised about procedures. Baptismal is held during the 10:30 service on the 4th Sunday of each month unless otherwise posted.
10. What are the procedures in reporting family birth, family illnesses and bereavement?
Call FAHOW at (334) 613-3363 with details and your concerns will be serviced accordingly. If after hours, leave your information on the voicemail box of the receptionist.
When I register on this website, does that make me a member of the FAHOW congregation?
FAHOW welcomes all website visitors to register as a member of our online community. If you wish to become a member of the FAHOW congregation, please complete the contact form and we will provide you more details and information on FAHOW membership.