Bible Discovery - 9:30 am
Worship - 10:45 am
We are located at
505 N. Grand Ave.
Glendora, CA 91741
If you have any questions or need more information, send an email to email@example.com or call us at (626) 914-3897.
First Time Visit
If you are preparing to visit us for the first time, WELCOME! We are honored that you would consider being our guest. To the right, you will find our service times, location and contact information. Below you can learn more about our services and what to expect. We look forward to meeting you.
When Should I Show Up?
Our Bible Discovery Hour starts at 9:30 am and our worship service begins at 10:45 am. So that you won’t feel rushed, we do recommend that you arrive 15 minutes early. That will provide you with sufficient time to locate the classroom or sanctuary and get settled in before things get started.
What Should I Wear?
Attire varies from person to person. Some dress casually, while others dress up. Our desire is that you wear something comfortable. However, our service is a gathering to worship God so we do ask that you dress in a way that is respectful and appropriate for the occasion.
Our pastor preaches the Bible verse-by-verse, chapter-by-chapter, and book-by-book. Series of sermons are usually through a whole book of the Bible; however, there are occasions when a brief series of sermons will deal with a specific theme or topic. To watch past sermons consider visiting our Sermons page.
Our music is often a mixture of classic and modern hymns and contemporary praise songs. Our goal in our congregational singing is to praise our God for who he is and what he has done; therefore, we strive to choose songs that are biblically sound and honoring of our God.
As a guest, you are not expected to give in any way. As part of our regular service, we do provide an opportunity to our regular attenders and members to worship God through the giving of their tithes and offerings. The desire in such giving is to honor God, show that our trust and dependence is on him, and to help support FBC Glendora in the work of proclaiming Christ.
We celebrate communion together as a congregation every first Sunday of the month. Our communion service is both open and closed. It is open to all who have made a profession of faith in Christ, trusting him for the forgiveness of your sins and have been baptized. If you are visiting and have not yet trusted in Christ as your savior or have not yet been baptized we ask that you respectfully observe, but not participate. During the communion worship, we use grape juice and Matzah (Jewish cracker/bread) which represents the blood that Jesus shed and his body that was broken on the cross for the forgiveness of the sins of all who place their trust in him.