The first worship service of FCC was held on March 11, 2000 at the Ahwatukee Assembly of God Church with six families present.  This was the culmination of months of planning by a group who wished to plant a new church in the Ahwatukee area that would utilize modern praise music and other creative forms of expression to offer a worship service that was attractive to the non-member looking for spiritual meaning. This community outlook would extend to offerings made by the church to benefit the community around it. 
FCC became officially organized and accepted as a member of the sisterhood of churches of the Arizona Conference of Seventh-day Adventists on September 21, 2002.  There were 47 charter members.  Stuart Harrison became the first pastor of FCC October of 2001, and Alicia Johnston became the second in January of 2016.

FCC rented church facilities until June of 2016. We now have a church home of our own. It is a beautiful facility and is allowing us to reach out to the community in new and exciting ways.