Plan A Visit

Service times, and what to expect upon your first visit to FBC Lakeland

Getting to know each other

We know meeting someone for the first time can be intimidating, and going to a new church for the first time can be nerve-racking. We want to help make your first experience at FBC a great one!

how about starting with donuts, coffee?

FBC meets every weekend with Sunday School, Worship and Evening Bible Study.


  • Donuts, Coffee: Sundays at 9:30am Fellowship Hall
  • Sunday School (All Ages): Sundays at 9 45am
  • Worship (Sanctuary): Sundays at 11am
  • Evening Bible Study: Sunday nights at 7pm Fellowship Hall

Two blocks east of downtown, 15 e main st

What can I expect?

How long is a FBC Worship service?

In total, a FBC service is about 60 minutes in length. Services begin with music. Song lyrics are projected onto a central screen so you can sing along and/or engage with worship however you feel most comfortable. After the music portion of service is complete, our pastor will come out to share an encouraging and hope-filled message about Jesus.

What's the culture like at FBC?

Sunday's are exciting, casual, and relaxed but, if you feel more comfortable in a sport coat and tie, please do so. Come and expect to feel welcomed as our guest.

What about my kids?

We believe that kids should have a blast at church every single week - and at FBC Kids, we make this a priority. The other thing we make a priority is your children’s safety. Because of that, we have a detailed check-in process for our FBC Kids program the first time that you visit. You’ll want to leave yourself an extra ten minutes to get signed in for the FBC Kids experience for kids ages infant through Grade 8.

Let us know you're coming

Ready to check out FBC in person? We can't wait to meet you! Simply fill out the form below and we'll make sure to give you the VIP treatment upon your first visit.

"Honestly, I was a little anxious attending FBC for the first time...a little unsure of what to expect. But as soon as I walked through the front doors it felt like home."

Amanda Marchessault