Father’s Heart Healing Center’s Mission is Kingdom.

Father’s Heart Healing Center’s  mission is to “bring freedom,  healing,  hope,  and compassion” to create a  family of believers who deeply experience the love and presence of God and partner with Jesus to express the joy and power of His kingdom in every area of life.

We have a passion for people, our city and our world. Our culture is characterized by worship, the presence of God, family, honor and a desire for the increase of revival, miracles and healings.




A typical Sunday morning at Father’s Heart Healing is casual, but expectant.  We begin with a time of announcements, a Mission Minute, an opportunity to sow into the ministry of FHHC,  worship together, then a message from the pastor, and finally a time of closing ministry.


Worship is a primary focus for us.  We approach worship as a time of giving thanks and adoring our Creator, as well as an opportunity to really connect with God on a deeper level, experience his presence, and find healing.  We invite you to assume whatever posture of worship is comfortable for you, whether that be sitting, standing, lifting your hands or dancing.


Communion is a part of our Sunday services on any given Sunday.  At some of our services, bread and grape juice are available at the front of the sanctuary throughout the duration of worship for you and your family to take together.  At other services, we take communion corporately at the end of worship or the service.


We believe that God’s presence changes people.  Whether you need physical healing, emotional healing, financial provision, encouragement, hope, or a closer relationship with your Heavenly Father, God can meet you where you are and bring change.  We take time each Sunday to pray for you and release God’s power and presence in your life.


Following announcements, Pastor Dan or Karolyn  or  guest speakers will present a message.  These messages are based on the Word of God and use both Scriptural and personal examples in illustrating its truths and how it can be applied to our lives.

Closing Ministry

At the end of the message, often there opportunities to respond to what God is saying to you. This sometimes takes the form of corporate ministry, personal ministry, or members of the congregation ministering to one another.


  • Prophetic Ministry: When the service is over, there are prophetic teams available at the front of the sanctuary to minister. Whether you have a specific need or simply would like some encouragement, feel free to go up front and wait for a turn.  These teams are specially trained and commissioned to pray for you and speak words of encouragement they believe God is saying for you specifically.
  • Healing Ministry: When the service is over, there are healing teams available at the front of the sanctuary to minister. No physical need is too great or too small for God to touch. Please feel free to go up front and wait for a turn.


It can be a bit scary stepping into a new church for the first time. Below are some questions and answers that should give you an idea of what your first visit at FHHC will be like.

What should I wear?

The majority of people at FHHC dress in either casual (such as jeans) or business casual (such as khaki’s) attire for Sunday morning services.  We invite you to wear whatever you are most comfortable with.

Can I bring my kids?

Yes!  Children are an important part of our ministry at FHHC.  Every Sunday, we offer special care for children age 5 and under and a special Children’s Ministry for children ages 6 through 12. You may drop off your young kids (ages 0-4) before the service begins. Your older children will be released following the worship part of the service.

Where do I park?

At this time FHHC does not have a parking lot but there is ample street parking on Woodlawn Ave in front of the church and the school across the street.  There are also some parking places on East Street, however we ask that the closet places are reserved for the more mature attenders.

Do you believe in the gifts of the Spirit?

Yes.  We believe that God still works in supernatural ways, just as he did in New Testament times.  We believe that He is still speaking, healing, and empowering people for the furthering of his kingdom.