The best way to find out what FBC Concord is all about is to join us during our Sunday morning worship service. Fortunately you’ve already taken the first step by visiting us online! Below is a guide to walk you through your first visit to FBC on a Sunday morning. If you have questions or concerns after reading through, please feel free to email us at and we will contact you as soon as we can!





Sunday morning worship services at FBC are open to all regardless of age, gender, religious belief, disability, handicap, race or ethnicity.

Physical Disability/Handicap

We offer several locations in the worship center for wheelchairs for those needing additional space. Please see one of our ushers for assistance or stop by the Information Services desk next to the entrance of the worship center. Handicap parking is available near the main entrance at the rear of the building.


If you have children we offer childcare for ages birth-age 3. Classes for elementary aged children are available at the 9:30 Sunday School and Kingdom Kidz children’s worship for our 10:45 am service for ages 4 – 2nd Grade. When you arrive, visit our Information Services desk and someone will assist you in helping get your children checked-in to their classes. Please plan on arriving 15 minutes before the Start so that you won’t miss the beginning of the service.


We currently meet for Sunday morning worship service at 10:45 am. The choir and orchestra led service is usually comprised of a worship leader, several vocalists, choir and orchestra. Typical music selections range from artists like Chris Tomlin, Matt Redman, The Baptist Praise & Worship Hymnal and The CCLI top 100 church songs.


When you arrive, please enter through the main entrance on Branchview Dr., then Drive around to the back side of the church building to the Parking area that is conveniently located near the back entrance to our building. This also serves as our handicap entrance for those needing wheel chair access and a level entrance to enter by. Plan on arriving 15 minutes before the service if you plan on checking your children into childcare or a class.

Guest Services

As you walk through the main entrance, our friendly ushers will welcome you. If you need help our greeters will be able to direct you. The Information Services desk is directly to the left of you as you walk in the main entrance. Simply let them know that is your first time visiting FBC and let them take care of you from there!

Worship Center

The Worship Center is to the right behind the main entrance and can be accessed by either going right or left. You are welcome to sit in any available seat. If the service has already begun and you need assistance finding a seat, an usher will help guide you.


Our service is comprised of a combination of music, scripture reading, teaching and prayer lasting around 75 minutes.

Each morning’s music selection is designed to lead you into worship and to think deeply about the many great truths about God. You are encouraged to stand, sit, raise your hands and sing your heart out! 
Scripture Reading
FBC believes in hiding God’s word in our heart. Our call to worship opens with scripture as well as the recitation of scripture before the sermon. 

Typically one of our Pastors, Jim Collier or Aaron Edwards will teach on Sunday. Regardless of who teaches, the message is based on the same on going scripture as we believe in preaching expositionally. Teaching is usually around 40 minutes.

Lord’s Supper

Every other month on Sunday morning we take the Lord’s Supper together. This time is designated specifically for followers of Christ.


Also once a quarter we recognize those who have trusted Christ alone for eternal salvation in making a profession of faith. We celebrate together with them as the kingdom of God grows.

Information Areas

At the end of each service you will have the opportunity to ask questions you may have or even speak to the Pastor. You may seek more information out about us at either of the two Information desk located at the front and rear entrances of the church.


Still not sure? Check us out online first. Our weekly

sermon is online and we archive all our past sermons.