Thanks for your interest in FBJB. Whether you have been here a few times, or looking to visit for the first time, we want you to know what you can expect. I think the more you look into FBJB, you’ll find a group of sincere people who are genuine in their pursuit of God. We believe the Church matters. We believe community matters. We also understand the role connection plays in crisis. Sitting down with you over a cup of coffee for some perspective and offering hope is what we enjoy doing. From our staff to you, thanks for stopping by.
Jeff Fields, Sr Pastor
What can I expect when I visit?
–Dress casual. We live in south Florida. It’s very relaxed. Shorts, suits, and everything in between.
–People are friendly. You’ll be greeted several times by people who genuinely desire to make you feel welcome, and get you the information you need.
–Signage is clear. You’ll know where to park, and the location of the Worship center, Nursery, as well as Kid Min, Student Min, and Adult classes.
–If you have kids, check out our KID MINISTRY and STUDENT MINISTRY You may want to look at our WORSHIP MINISTRY page and listen to some of the worship songs, or listen to one of our recent SERMONS to give you an idea of what to expect during worship.
How do I become a member?
-Attend our NEXT STEPS class. We go in-depth as to how we see life and what our roles are. NEXT STEPS is ongoing and reservations are required. Contact the office to RSVP.
“I’m interested in membership, and would like to learn more. What are the steps to understanding that process?”
–What we value. 6 week introduction class to share what matters to us. Sunday morning at 9am, in room E3
–Join a Life Group. Groups meet on Sunday morning and most nights of the week.
–Attend DiscipleLife classes. Wed nights.
–Join a Bible study. Sunday morning, Tuesday morning 9:30am (ladies), Tuesday night 6:30pm (men) and Wed nights. Verse by verse and topical Bible Studies.
–Sign up for “Dinner with the Staff.” Q&A time over a meal to answer any questions you may have.
Contact us for more information
1. Baptism should only happen after conversion.
2. Baptism symbolizes the death, burial and resurrection of Christ and identifies the person being baptized as having undergone the same process.
3. Baptism is an act of obedience. The Bible talks about this in Matthew 3:13–17; 28:18–20; Acts 2:36–38; 8:26–38.
Do you want to be Baptized? Contact us and we can help you walk through this process.
Jesus never said when and how often believers should observe Communion (the Lord’s Supper). Therefore, we are free to observe this ordinance when it is most appropriate and effective for our church family. At FBJB we observe communion monthly. The Bible talks about the Lord’s Supper in Mark 14:22–26 and 1 Corinthians 11:23–29.