Tag Archives: Farmington Hills Church of God

Farmington Hills: Multiple Cultures Serving One God


By Emily Ploetz

God. Dios. Gott. It does not matter what language or tongue is used to call on the name of the Lord, because he is still the same. In a world where accents, clothing, and skin color are used to divide those whom God created, there are still people willing to come together in unity to serve the God they love. Take for instance the Farmington Hills Church of God located in southeast Michigan in a suburb of Detroit. This area has been witness to an ever-changing population due to the many industries around it. Farmington Hills was created from a merger between a Greek church and a Caucasian church in the 1970s. In the late 1980s, Farmington Hills hired a German Canadian pastor who served the church for twenty-five years. This may sound like a pretty unique background for a church to have, but no one could have predicted how God would bring people together through this church. Continue reading

Congregation Hosts Field of Flags through Memorial Day


By Joanne Maliszewski

On Oct. 21, 2006, 22-year-old Nicholas Manoukian lost his life in Iraq. Three years earlier, Damian Bushart, who would have been 32 on Memorial Day this year, lost his life during Iraqi Freedom. Continue reading