In March of this year, a team from Fruit Cove invested their spring break serving in Cuba. Take a look at their report and testimony on renovations at camp and encouragement to brothers and sisters in churches in Central Cuba.
Would God have you serve in Cuba? Other teams from across Florida will be going to Cuba this year and we’re already making plans for 2016. Want to know more? Click here and ask!
Cuba Mission Trip 2015 from Fruit Cove Baptist Church on Vimeo.
Last fall, a team from Fruit Cove took a vision trip to Guatemala to explore opportunities for ministry and missions there. Here’s their story:
Our missions team is working on details for a return to Guatemala this fall. We invite you to pray about joining us in October. More details on this trip will be released soon!
Guatemala V3 from Fruit Cove Baptist Church on Vimeo.
It’s only a few weeks past Easter. I pray you are continuing to live in the power of the resurrection. Here’s a little “Easter Sunday in Review” video to remind you of great things God did at Fruit Cove.
From Fruit Cove Baptist Church on Vimeo.
Christ, Culture, and a Call to Action: SC15 from Radical on Vimeo.
How does Christ, in the middle of this culture, compel us to act? At Secret Church 15: Christ, Culture, and a Call to Action, we’ll be discussing what the Bible has to say about the many cultural issues of our day and how we ought to respond. Gather with your church, your small group, your family, or your friends to participate in the six hour, April 24 simulcast. Register at Radical.net/SCsimulcast
Secret Church. 7pm on April 24.
Secret Church 15: Christ, Culture, and a Call to Action from Radical on Vimeo.
The next Secret Church gathering (SC15) will take place on Friday, April 24 from 7:00pm until 1am. We invite you to join us for this intense time of worship, prayer for the persecuted church, and Bible study as David Platt leads us in our study of “Christ, Culture, and a Call to Action.”
The culture around us is constantly changing, and successive changes are often accompanied by significant challenges. So how does the call of Christ compel us to respond to these challenges? How does a Christian respond to the rapid rise of so-called same-sex marriage and the increasing acceptance of homosexuality? How does a Christian live in a world of sex slavery and rampant pornography, a world where babies are aborted and widows are abandoned? How does a Christian think in a culture of pervasive racial prejudice and limited religious liberty? What does a Christian do in a church that exalts prosperity amidst a world of extreme poverty? During this Secret Church, we will explore biblical foundations for answers to these questions and come to significant conclusions regarding how Christ calls every Christian to engage culture with a firm grip on the gospel in the church and a fervent passion for God’s glory in the world.
Please join us Easter Sunday, April 5 for services at 8:00, 9:30, and 11:00 am
All of our services will be held in the Worship Center and are identical with the exception of a contemporary worship service in the gym at 9:30. Our pastor, Dr. Tim Maynard will be speaking in every service. We will have Sunday School at 8:00, 9:30 & 11:00 for preschoolers in the ROC (the 3-story building located on the southern end of the campus).
Parking for visitors is available on the north side of our campus next to the Burger King.
Please stop by the tent outside the Worship Center for snacks and to learn more about the events we have coming up.
If you have any question please feel free to email firstname.lastname@example.org
The Church Office will be closed Friday, April 3 for Good Friday. We will reopen Monday, April 6 at 8:30 am.
Are You Ready For Secret Church? from Radical on Vimeo.
The next Secret Church gathering will be held at 7pm on Friday, April 24, 2015. We will be studying the topic “Christ, Culture, and a Call to Action.”
Secret Church is 6+ hours of intense, fast-paced, Bible study and prayer for the persecuted church. It has been likened to “drinking from a fire hose.” It is taught by pastor and author, David Platt.