Contact Us

  • Phone: (813) 655-7431
  • Email: 
  • Meeting Address:
    15326 Fishhawk Blvd. Lithia, FL 33547

Service Times

  • Saturday: 5 pm
  • Sunday: 8, 9:30, & 11:15 am.

Irma: After The Storm

As we continue to assess the damage in our surrounding communities we encourage you to contact the church office should you need assistance with anything around your home. In order to help us prepare, would you consider making a generous financial donation to FFC? We have already set aside monies to help and your tax-deductible gift to our Ministry Action Plan will enable us to do more. This is a great time to take advantage of our online giving portal. Please click the GIVE button above to get started. Or you can give through our mobile app, which you can find on the iTunes store or Google Play.

As you are aware, the families along the Alafia River have experienced a catastrophic loss of home and personal belongings. If you have personal items, such as food or clothing, to donate you can contact Seeds of Hope. Let's all do something and be Salt and Light to this community and show them the love of Jesus.


What an encouragement to see our local community come together and help those affected by the Alafia flooding. We are so grateful for everyone who has given their time and resources to help those in desperate need.
With your help we have cleaned out over 55 homes. What a blessing to that community! There is still more work to be done cleaning up and delivering furniture.



 If you want to volunteer to help throughout the state, click below to go to the Florida Baptist Convention Volunteer site

FBC Site

If you would like to give to other organizations, we recommend Samaritan's Purse and the Florida Baptist Convention disaster relief fund.

If you would like to find out LOCAL information concerning help with the Alafia River recovery, our point of contact is Seeds of Hope.


If you would like financial or other assistance, please click here to download the 2 required forms.



"In the days ahead, let's love on and take care of each other, as well as our friends and neighbors."
-Pastor David Whitten