At Frontline, we know serving others changes the lives of both the server and the served in astounding ways. Providing opportunities to imitate Jesus Christ, who "did not come to be served, but to serve…” is one of our foundational core values. It’s also through serving with others authentic connection opportunities become available.

To serve AT Frontline focuses on serving either physically at the church, or serving the body of believers who attend Frontline Bible Church.

To serve ON your Frontline focuses on serving those who are not ( or not yet ) part of our Frontline family.

Both paths have tremendous need and tremendous opportunities to make an eternal impact on the world, beginning with your own.

There are many opportunities to serve AT Frontline. For example, we have a Care Team that provides meals, visits to shut-ins, cards, and/or prayer for people; our Praise Band Ministry plans and leads our congregation in worship each Sunday; our ReAdy Team ( Retired early. Ain't dead yet. ) stays busy with building repairs and upkeep; and our Connection Team helps visitors find fellowship and feel welcome.

Here at Frontline we have many opportunities to get involved in the community around us. There's our Downtown Outreach working to meet the needs of the homeless population in Grand Rapids; School Supply Santa helping provide necessary school supplies for needy children; and our support of Byron Community Ministries providing food and personal care items for those in need.

If you’re looking for a church home where you can hear Truth spoken, make authentic connections, become a better imitator of Jesus Christ, and be loved just the way you are, Frontline Bible Church may be just the right place! We would love to help you connect to Jesus Christ and find your place and purpose in the Body of Christ.

At Frontline, we want to help you connect to each other and to Jesus Christ. We understand that exploring a new church can be a bit overwhelming, but hope to make the process of making connections as easy as possible.  When you visit Frontline for the first time, look for volunteers near the Information Center inside the lobby wearing name tags. They will be happy to assist you and answer any questions you might have about the different opportunities we have to make connections. ( link to connection options )

Some of the ways to connect with others at Frontline include:
• Coffee and Cookies immediately following Sunday worship
• Bible Hour classes ( September through May )
• Small groups ( we call them NextStep groups )
• Serving

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