Do I have to ride, or own a motorcycle go to a FBC church?
Of course not! Not everyone who comes to FBC is a biker, or owns their own bike. Some have never even rode before. We joking say at FBC, “There are two kinds of folks who come to FBC, those who ride, and those who will ride…” Maybe you never will, you’re still welcome to join us. Just remember that our vision and passion is to reach the motorcycle community. If you don’t enjoy the biker community, you may not enjoy Freedom. But come and check us out. Folks that come who are not bikers enjoy the realness and honesty of our ministry. We are all about a real relationship with Jesus Christ, and are passionate for the open road.
What type of Ministries do you’re churches offer?
Every FBC will offer everything any mainstream church on the corner will offer; Kids ministries, Youth ministries, Men’s and Ladies ministries, Bible Studies, etc. We just do it biker style.
What makes FBC different from other motorcycle ministries?
We are a church. That is the biggest difference. We do set-up at biker events, do bike rides, and work with area biker hangouts and dealers, but what is different is that after the rally or event is over, we offer a place to come and grow spiritually. We offer a church home and family. We love working with area MC’s and MM’s as we support each other in this calling to reach motorcyclists.
How should I dress to come to a FBC church?
The way you do every day. You can’t go to your closet and put on a dress or suit of holiness. Being right with God begins on the inside. We want you to dress modest or course, not like you might at the end of a week long rally, but wear what you have. Remember, it’s not about you, it’s about God, and what He wants to do in you.