Planning your visit . . .

Sunday morning we have two services to chose from – Contemporary and Traditional.

The Contemporary Service is at 8:25 AM

The Traditional Service is at 11:00 AM

There is also a service at 6:00 PM.

Contemporary Service – At this service we worship the Lord through a time of praise and worship along with some wonderful songs of glorifying our Heavenly Father who is worthy of our praise.

Traditional Service – During this time, we worship the Lord through times of hymns and traditional music that honors our Lord.

The Evening Service is a much smaller crowd and an opportunity to get to know some of the people better. The focus is more on Bible Study.

A Nursery is available for both of these services and Children’s Church is available during the Traditional Service for kids ages Preschool – 5th Grade.

Dress is casual for both services. Some people enjoy dressing up and that is great! But we are just glad to have you join us – please wear whatever you are comfortable wearing. 

During either service there will be a time of singing, prayer and Pastor Mike will preach a sermon. If you have a Bible and want to bring it – that is great! But don’t worry if you don’t have one – the verses he uses will be on the projection screen. There will be a time when we take up an offering, as our guest – please feel free to just let the offering plate pass you by. You are not obligated to give anything unless you want to.

We are a small “family-style” church were you will quickly learn everyone’s name. If you attend the Contemporary Service, please feel free to join us for coffee and donuts in the Fellowship Hall after the service. If you prefer the Traditional Service, please feel free to come for Bible Study (along with coffee and donuts!) before the service. There are classes for all ages – Nursery to Senior Adult.

We are a Southern Baptist Denomination affiliated with the Naturecoast Baptist Association. For more information on what that means, please feel free to visit the About FBC page. You can also ask Pastor Mike or any of the Bible Study Teachers – they will be happy to explain.