If you‘re new to Frontline Bible Church, we want to help you get connected. Please see one of our friendly Information Center hosts in the main entrance lobby. They can help answer your questions, direct you to our children's programs, and give you an information packet when you visit. You can also contact Rachel Heyboer if you need more information or want to know what’s available for you.

    9:45 to 11:00 am –
    Sunday Worship
    Children’s Worship
    Labor Day thru Memorial Day,
    for Kindergarten thru 2nd grade
    Children’s Church
    all year, for ages 3 thru 5
    all year, for infants
    and toddlers thru age 2
    11:20 am to 12:10 pm –
    Bible Hour ( Sunday School )
    Labor Day thru Memorial Day,
    classes for all ages
    Labor Day thru Memorial Day,
    for infants and toddlers thru age 2

All staff working in Children's Ministries at Frontline Bible Church have participated in our Child Protection Policy training, meet policy expectations and requirements for serving in children's ministries at FBC, and have passed a criminal background check.

Connection Team Coordinator: Rachel Heyboer

Frequently Asked Questions:
No doubt you will have questions ( that's why you are looking at this page, right? ). Check out the following FAQ’s. Hopefully, this will answer many of your questions.

Not really. If you have a Bible, bring it. We also provide Bibles in each row if you would like to use them. Bring your family or a friend, but most importantly, bring an open mind and heart. God has something to share with you!
On any given Sunday morning you will be worshipping with about 200 other individuals. We value families and multi-generational worship, so you will experience various styles of music led by a praise band including contemporary and hymns. During the 1 hour 15 minute service you will hear a 35 to 40 minute message from the Bible. We also value local and overseas outreach efforts so you may be introduced to some of the ministries that Frontline is involved with worldwide.
Our expectations are that a person who calls Frontline home, will get in, go out, and keep moving. Get In: Be here! Be here regularly, and become a part of our ministries. Get equipped to make an eternal impact. Go Out: What we do here within our walls prepares us to go out and make an eternal impact in the world… the real frontline of ministry. Keep Moving: None of us will ever be perfect until we get to heaven, and so we all must keep stretching and being stretched in our journeys as followers of Christ.
Yes, we do, except we call it Bible Hour and it lasts for roughly 50 minutes. It follows our morning worship service and begins at 11:25 am. It is held during the school year as we take Memorial Day through Labor Day off. While there is certainly no expectation for you to stay, many of those that do participate indicate how appreciative they are for the depth of learning experienced and the personal relationships developed.
Located to the left of the Worship Center entrance is a room we call The Lounge. The Lounge is dedicated for use by nursing mothers or mothers whose very young children need to use it during Sunday morning worship. There is a live audio feed so mothers can still participate in the service. You are allowed to bring your new baby into the Worship Center if you choose, but are asked to be respectful so as not to interrupt others.
Families of those with special needs are most welcome. We celebrate that each individual is uniquely created in the image of God and, as a result, each individual has unique needs. Please call us, or let any of our staff or greeters know how we can best serve you and your family.
The celebration of communion is part of the life and worship at Frontline. We typically celebrate communion once a quarter, on what might be termed an “irregular” schedule; ie: We don’t designate a particular Sunday or Sundays on which we regularly observe it.
Yes! We take communion as a reminder of God’s gift to us in Jesus Christ. We believe in open communion – that means anyone who believes in Jesus Christ is welcome to take communion, whether they are a church member or not.
Based on reports of expected and current weather, a decision will be posted at least one hour before any scheduled event on our website homepage, Facebook, WOOD TV8, WZZM 13, and FM 91.3 WCSG.
We chose the name FRONTLINE to remind us that what we do inside the church prepares us for what we do outside of the church, the real frontline. We also have BIBLE in our name because it is the ultimate authority for how we are to live. And CHURCH speaks of who we are as a group of people and who we want to be, rather than the building where we meet. As we often say here at FRONTLINE BIBLE CHURCH, “We don’t go to church, we are the church.
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 Conection logo at the top of this page ), and will either answer your questions or put you in touch with someone who can.
Starting Line is a 2-week gathering geared for those looking to learn more about Frontline. We meet in a home rather than at the church to help foster relationships. At the end of the second week, we hand out our Frontline t-shirts in recognition of completion to our graduates. You’ll want one of these!
Membership is open to anyone who desires to make Frontline Bible Church their home. It involves attending Starting Line, which is our 2-week orientation class for the church, and submitting a brief application.
One way to get involved at Frontline is to participate in programs and ministries designed to help you personally grow spiritually and relationally. A second way to get involved is to 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.
We encourage every person to use their gifts and abilities at Frontline and on their frontline. We do recognize however that God has called men and women to different roles in ministry leadership.
Frontline practices parent dedication. In other words, we encourage parents to make a public declaration of their desire to raise their child(ren) in a Christ-centered home. For more information, contact the church.
Frontline Bible Church performs weddings and funerals, and will at times rent the building for such events. Contact the church for more information