Encountering God
Central to the life of our church is the worship of God. In worship, we encounter the Living Lord who comforts us in our hurts and confronts us in our complacency.
Educating the Heart
Even before Easter, Jesus was the One who was “standing up” in the midst of this world, fully aligned with God and God’s vision for the world.
Encouraging Community
Fellowship is a vital part of our faith community. We build relationships by gathering for conversation and to share our stories, deepening both our faith and friendships.
Engaging Our World
As our hearts are awakened through encountering God and we begin to stand up, aligning our hearts with the values of God’s kingdom, we begin to manifest the presence of Christ (Ephesians 5:14).

Freemason Street is an active, open-hearted and open-minded community of committed Christians. Here, all are encouraged to seek God’s presence and practice being the heart and hands of Christ in our world.

A Church with a Heart in the Heart of the City.

Freemason Street is an active, open-hearted and open-minded community of committed Christians. Here, all are encouraged to seek God’s presence and practice being the heart and hands of Christ in our world.

We invite you to experience our ministry through the quality worship of God, small group Bible studies, community service and vibrant fellowship activities.

Founded in 1848, Freemason Street Baptist Church is a vital, living church in the heart of downtown Norfolk.

FSBC - Freemason Street Baptist Church

This is a picture of Dr. Randy Ashcraft preaching in the church at Mantanzas, Cuba. Our Mission team arrived home safely late Monday night. They had a great trip and will be sharing about how the community in Mantanzas is doing sometime in the next month.
Thank you for your prayers!

Aug 27th 3:48pm • No Comments

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Prayer Vigil

Prayer Vigil

To prepare for the new beginning the fall season brings, we are setting aside time to pray. On Saturday, September 5th, we'll hold a 24-hour prayer vigil in the chapel. We'd love for you to be a part of it. It will start with our regular prayer team meeting at 8:00am on Saturday morning and go until 8:00am Sunday morning. You can sign up to pray for an hour of that time on the bulletin board in the fellowship hall.

Aug 26th 4:00pm • No Comments