History The Household of Faith Christian Church (HFCC) started as family friends who gathered occasionally for Fellowship, Bible Study, Devotion and Prayer.
Inspired by the growing need to learn and serve, the group committed to meet every Sunday at Pastor Julius and Glennette's home basement where they officially called themselves The Household of Faith Christian Church.
The first service was held in September 12, 2010; attended by five families and later on added with friends and members of KASAHAYAN Cultural Group (Filipino American Folk Dance and Choral Group). Led by the pastor's family, the church grew steadily and as 2011 began; HFCC moved and rented JB Fellowship Hall at Plainfield UMC, then to Plymouth Congregational Church and in July 2015 at Sharon UMC.
Until today, HFCC continues to grow and remains a faithful church community in fulfilling its vision and mission through its ministries. In May 11, 2015, HFCC became an official member of the Covenant Order of Evangelical Presbyterians, USA. (ECO)
Composition HFCC consists of 7% Caucasians, 2% Hispanic, 1% Korean and 90% Filipino Americans residing mostly in north, west and south suburbs of Chicago. It has 70% Adults and 30 % Youth and Children. Most adults are in Medical Profession, Finance, Business and Information Technology.