Find us at 2820 Business Center Blvd, Melbourne FL 32940. Business Center Blvd is located at the first light south of Pineda Causeway and Wickham Road.
IS THERE SOME KIND OF UNSPOKEN DRESS CODE?
Absolutely not. Want to wear a jacket or a dress? Go right ahead. Shorts and flip flops are fine too. Come dressed as you are. What's more important is that you bring a heart ready to hear God's Word.
HOW LONG DOES THE SERVICE LAST?
Worship begins Saturday at 6pm and Sunday at 9am and 10:45am. Our services are just over an hour long. You are welcome to hang out and enjoy coffee and donuts on Saturday after the service and between the Sunday services.
I HAVE KIDS...WHAT ABOUT THEM?
Children (infants-5th Grade) have the opportunity to choose from three of our different styles of learning. Whether you choose Promise Seekers, Faith Town or HeartShapers, we know that you will find the right fit for your family. We assure you that all of our teachers are background checked and security measures are in place. 6th to 12th Graders meet in our Annex Building during the 9am service, giving them the opportunity to go to church with you at 10:45.
WHAT IF I DON'T REALLY HAVE A CHURCH BACKGROUND?
It doesn't matter. Many of us don't. Just come and grow with us.
WHAT DOES FAITH FELLOWSHIP CHURCH BELIEVE?
Hopefully, our Constitution, Statement of Faith and By-laws
will answer your questions. If not, contact our church office
. We are opened Tuesday-Friday from 9am-5pm.
HOW DO I BECOME A MEMBER?
God places us in churches to love others and spread the Gospel. As a unified body of believers it is important for us to pray for our church leaders, learn and apply the Scriptures, teach, give, and serve others. Though we each have our own God given gifts, when joined together as a body in Christ, we are made stronger. Faith Fellowship Church doesn’t focus its energy on church membership, but as God deepens your relationship with the church He gives you a desire to not only attend, but He gives you a desire to join in covenant with the church family you call home.
As you are drawn toward this relationship there are a few things you should know:
Church decisions affect the entire congregation. Many of these decisions have to be decided upon by the church as a whole, not just by the church board, or a team of church leaders. Our Constitution and Bylaws specify that for a person to be a part of this decision making process you have to be a member of FFC in order to be able to vote on these important issues proposed by the Church Board and leadership.