The celebration of communion is part of the life and worship at Frontline. We typically celebrate communion four times a year but we don’t necessarily designate a particular Sunday(s). We believe in open communion; anyone who has accepted Jesus Christ as their Savior is welcome to take communion, whether they are a church member at Frontline or not.
We are non-denominational. However, we are affiliated with the Grace Gospel Fellowship, an association of churches and organizations committed to Working Together to Advance the Grace of God and Impact the World for Christ.
You're searching our website. That's a start. You can also find a Connection Team member on Sunday mornings before or after the service. They will be wearing the multi-colored "hand print" name tags ( like in our Connection logo at the top of this page ), and will either answer your questions or put you in touch with someone who can.
One way to get involved at Frontline is to participate in programs and ministries designed to help you personally grow spiritually and relationally. You could also serve as part of a team that will help others to grow spiritually and relationally. True involvement will require participation in both areas.
We differentiate between serving AT Frontline and serving ON your Frontline. Serving at Frontline focuses on serving either at the church or serving the body of believers who attend Frontline. Serving on your Frontline focuses on serving those who are not ( or not yet ) part of our Frontline Family. To see how you can be involved, visit our Service page for more information.
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