At Fielder Church, the Lead Pastor Jason Paredes rolled out a 10-year vision in 2016 with 14-vision goals that drive all our ministry efforts. One of those vision goals is that in the year 2026, more than 1,000 children will have been adopted or foster-parented through our church.
The Fielder Foster Care & Adoption Ministry exists to lead, shepherd, and equip our members to exhale the gospel by relieving children through foster care & adoption.
As followers of Christ, we’re compelled by the gospel to pursue and care for the orphan and vulnerable children here in our city and around the world. We want to help families walk in obedience to what the Lord has called them to step into.
We are here to help support you on this amazing journey! Always feel free to reach out if there are ways we can serve & support you.
Are you interested in learning more about bringing a child into your home through foster care & adoption? We’d love to talk with you & shepherd you through the process!
We want to come alongside you as your church family and pray for your needs. How can we pray for you?
There are several ways you can serve foster & adoptive families – in our church & community! Whether through making foster care first night bags for kids entering the foster care system, taking a meal to a family, or becoming a certified babysitter or respite provider. We believe everybody can do something!
Would you prayerfully consider financially supporting a family in the adoption process?
Whether you're bringing a child into your home for the first time or are navigating post placement, we want to help you every step of the way. We've compiled some helpful resources for you here.
Quarterly events for parents to have a night out!
Fun events to promote fellowship & community among families in our church.
Ongoing holistic care for families.
Because of the radical generosity of our church we are able to provide a scholarship to fielder members.
Two times a year we have the opportunity to have emphasis on the fatherless, vulnerable, birth, adoptive, and foster families. Those Sundays talk about the role the church is called to play and how we are all called to do something.