We have this as a sure and steadfast anchor of the soul,

a hope that enters into the inner place behind the curtain.

Hebrews 6:19


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Hello! ¡Hola!

 Sunday Meetings at 10 am at Star Ballroom, 2305 E Atlantic Blvd in Pompano Beach, with free parking behind the building
Bible Study - Tuesday 4:30 pm at John Knox Village Auditorium
Men's Study and Women's Study - Wednesday 7:30 am at Starbucks on US1 south of Atlantic Blvd
Seaside Community Group - Thursday 7:00 pm at Ocean Bay Club Unit 60
Florida Coast Church is a member of the Presbyterian Church in America and a mission of CityChurch Fort Lauderdale.  As Presbyterians, we are a confessional church, which means that we have an extensive and historic declaration of what we believe, called the Westminster Confession of Faith, an explanation of the Bible’s teaching on important topics.  (There is a smaller summary called the Shorter Catechism.)  In addition, we have a Book of Church Order, which is dull reading but a wonderful protection for everyone, because it provides wise procedures for handling good and bad things that can happen in churches.

Aboutthe church

As Florida Coast Church takes shape, some of the things we see developing are:
People from various cultures and generations feel at home. We love and serve our communities and treat each other with kindness. 
Our worship is biblical, theologically sound, and congregational (which means that normal people can sing the songs, and the main instruments are their voices).
The teaching of God’s word is excellent, interesting, and applicable to our lives. People hear good news every time they are with us.


Is Church Membership Biblical?
Posted By :Date :Larry | 03-01-2018

As Florida Coast Church begins to take steps to prepare and receive our first church members, we may have to explain and justify the idea of church membership, especially since some prominent churches have dispensed with it.  To do so, we need to review some church history and then look at the New Testament pattern. Throughout most of church history, becoming a Christian and becoming a member of the church were the same thing. However, in the 18th Century, a movement called revivalism swept through Britain and the American Colonies,…


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