At Fairway we are learning to seek and grow disciples of Jesus.  A disciple is not someone who has it all together, but follows the One who has it all together. That One is Jesus.

Jesus has made a way for imperfect people to meet the perfect God and gather with others who are also meeting Him. Disciples of Jesus experience grace and find community.

We hope that you'll do that with us. 

For more information about Fairway please contact Diane Reed in the church office at 616-662-0368 or email


Experiencing grace and finding community don't just happen. God is resourceful, and He blesses people so that they will be instruments of grace and builders of community. Here are some of the many ways that God does that at Fairway: 

 Fairway Youth Ministries • Boys' and Girls' clubs (Cadets and G.E.M.S.)
Sunday School & Catechism • Children in Worship • Little Lambs
KIDS HOPE USA • Small Groups • Triads • Coffee Break • Story Hour
Men's & Women's Bible Studies • Young at Heart • Adult Enrichment


Fairway Youth Ministries

Middle school; High school

We believe that the journey of following Jesus starts young. So we invite students to join that journey and develop the habits of discipleship at an early age. Brian Davis is the director of youth ministries at Fairway, and he leads middle school students and high school students to connect with Jesus, with adult leaders, and with one another. Click here for more information about our youth ministries.

Kids Hope USA

mentoring at-risk children

One Child. One Hour. One Church. One School. That's the ministry of KIDS HOPE USA, a ministry that has mobilized churches across the country to serve the students of local schools. So every week members from Fairway spend an hour with the same elementary school student they saw last week. They help with schoolwork. They talk about life. Mostly they just love. Teachers tell us that an hour's worth of love every week generates amazing changes in the lives of at-risk kids. 



spiritual growth groups for adults

It seems that the smaller the group the deeper the conversation. So we have groups of three (and four) who meet regularly to dive deeply into scripture and into life together. The discussion always arises from some form of this question: How does God speak into my life through this text?  Good question! You should hear the answers...

Coffee Break

women's group bible study

Life is best done in community. Spiritual growth is also best done in community. Coffee Break is our community for women who want to learn from scripture and from one another. It meets every Thursday morning during the church season (September through March), and is designed as a safe place for women to talk with other women about things that matter.