Cuba Partnership

In 1995, Freemason Street Baptist Church began a partnership ministry with Baptist congregations in Cuba through the Fraternity of Baptists. Over the years, deep and meaningful Christian relationships have developed between our Norfolk church and the congregations in Matanzas. For over a decade teams from FSBC have traveled to the island of Cuba to fellowship, provide encouragement, offer humanitarian aid and learn from one another. Relationships formed on these trips last a lifetime, and we are always looking for new participants!

Disaster Relief

Members of our congregation have been trained in disaster relief and often travel to area affected by storm or tragedy. In the past few years, teams have gone to Jamacia, Mississippi and the Eastern Shore of Virginia.


Stop Hunger Now

Stop Hunger Now is an international hunger relief organization that coordinates the distribution of food and other life-saving aid around the world.  The FSBC community has often participated in their meal packaging program that provides volunteers the opportunity to package dehydrated, high protein, and highly nutritious meals that are used in crisis situations around the world.

Cooperative Baptist Fellowship (CBF)

The mission of the CBF is to serve Christians and churches as they discover and fulfill their God-given mission.  As you discern your calling, you can embrace the world through the Fellowship through eight specific ministry areas: poverty & transformation, disaster response, internationals, church starts & faith sharing, justice & peacemaking, healthcare, economic development, and education ministries. FSBC is also partnered with CBF-Virginia.
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FSBC - Freemason Street Baptist Church

As well as the wonder of meeting the church family, one of the perks of being in the first months as "new" to Freemason Street is the journey of discovery while learning the history of the church. This copy of an old newspaper article has both history and whimsy at work and made me smile. Our past was colorful. God's future for Freemason Street will push us toward adventures of the spiritual kind, yet to be lived into, and to the glory of God. -bg

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FSBC News - May 23

News to Read & Share this Week

News to Read & Share this Week

To seek to transform lives by worshiping God building relationships developing disciples and serving our neighbors

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