Worship at Faith BFC

We gather together every Sunday morning at FBFC to remember our shared hope in the Gospel, to encourage one another in the faith, and ultimately to worship the Triune God.  Our desire is that every member of FBFC would cultivate a lifestyle of personal worship, offering themselves daily to the Lord as His living sacrifices. Out of this personal worship, corporate worship will naturally flow.  When we come together as the Family of God, we strive to engage in worship that is:


Christ-Exalting: The purposes of God in the world center around the person and work of the Lord Jesus Christ.  Therefore, everything we do in corporate worship (from our prayers, to our songs, to our sermons) is aimed at drawing our attention to Christ and His gospel.  We come together not primarily for ourselves, but to celebrate who He is and to praise Him for what He has done.


Spirit-Empowered: Our worship services are never meant to be performances by those on stage while everyone else is passively entertained.  Instead, our intent is that the whole congregation would participate in genuine worship together, which requires each of us to yield to the Spirit and allow Him to lead us into honest humility and heartfelt gratitude before the Lord.


Biblically-Faithful: God has revealed Himself and His will to us in His word.  Therefore, the Word of God is the foundation upon which all of our worship practice is built and the guide that governs all that we sing, say, and do in our services.  


Our Sunday services typically last between 75-80 minutes and are filled with times of prayer, singing, Scripture reading, giving, and hearing God’s Word preached, all with the goal of glorifying God and building up His people.  We sing a blend of old and new songs, both hymns and choruses that are intended to give voice to our corporate praise, thanks, joy, sorrow, and confession to God. Throughout the year we also participate in special services of baptism and celebrations of the Lord’s Supper.  


To hear recent sermons, see the Sermons page.