Samoan Christian Fellowship in Fairfield, California started off 23 years ago in 1995 in the garage of the Senior Pastor, Reverend Alexander F. Ledoux's home. From the garage Rev. Ledoux moved the church from the garage to the Fairfield Community Center, then from there moved to a youth chapel which was rented for a year. With only five families in the church, God led the Pastor to an old car repair shop unit on Western street. This building had six units and the unit that was for lease was unit D at $1300 a month. For five families, that is a lot of money, but they believed that no amount was too much for God. Fast forward 15 years later, Samoan Christian Fellowship leases five out of the six units which has allowed the church to feed the homeless every Monday, have a food giveaway twice a week all year around, which feeds thousands of families a month. The church host's its' annual holiday dinners for the community during the Thanksgiving and Christmas season and started a non-profit organization called Mission Samoa Inc. that provides support and guidance to individuals needing a second chance to make better decisions, better choices. Pastor Ledoux and the Northern California churches have planted one church in Faga, Savai'i, five churches in the bay area, one church in Reno, Nevada, and continues to support mission work across the country. Samoan Christian Fellowship has goals to create and increase current programs with youth, young and single adults, and family support for all ages. The church members of Samoan Christian Fellowship along with its' leaders continue to pray and have faith that they can continue spreading the gospel and the love of God in a practical way.
Now the church has the opportunity to purchase the building for $1.4 million by January 2020. To man, that seems impossible, but to God, it is possible because "with God all things are possible."
The goal is to reach one million people who will trust and have faith with the members of Samoan Christian Fellowship in Fairfield to donate just $1. Pastor Alexander F. Ledoux, his wife and the congregation want to continue to reach souls through community outreach and the planting of churches.
Join us together in prayer and in agreement that the building on 1200 Western Street will belong to Samoan Christian Fellowship, Fairfield, California.