We all gather to hear God's Word and receive His grace, forgiveness, and strenghtening of our faith. Worship services are Sundays at 8:30am and 11am. During Advent and Lent, we have Wednesday night services at 7pm (preceded by a fellowship meal).
Bible Study & Sunday School
Sundays at 9:45am everyone gathers for the opening, song, and prayer. Then the children and youth move to their age-appropriate, safe, and fun lessons - usually including music, crafts, drama, or games. The adults stay in the Fellowship Hall and study God's Word for their lives, led by one of our pastors.
Occasionally our Ladies try to get together for various activities or Christian book studies. Whatever the month may bring, it will always be accompanied with a devotion & much needed fellowship.
Watch for our Monthly calendars to announce upcoming events.
The third Thursday of every month at 6:30pm, the men gather at a local restaurant. The location will be announced monthly. It's a great time of fellowship & encouragement amount our men.
Our Middle & High School students meet every Wednesday at 6pm for Pizza & Bible Study; as well as a variety of events scheduled throughout each month for fellowship & fun!
If you would like more information about the FLC Youth, please email
Lutheran Women's Missionary League: All women of our congregation are invited to our monthly meetings, help with our mission projects, and enjoy fellowship and Bible Study. We meet at 10am on the 2nd Thursday of the month in the Fellowship Hall.
If you are interested in joining the FLC Quilters, please come anytime!
We Meet on the 3rd Tuesday of the month from 10am to 2pm.
Bring a sack lunch and stay to join the fun and fellowship as we work together to make as many quilts as possible to donate to Lutheran World Relief. Questions? Janet McAnally: 706-866-8493
Belvoir Christian Academy
Our oldest and largest ministry is our Christian day school, BCA. Founded in 1887, BCA makes disciples for Jesus through Learning, Loving, and Serving. Grades PreK through 8th provide the highest standards of academic excellence in a nurturing, Christian environment.
Bridge City Community
First has a long and successful history of starting mission congregations in the greater Chattanooga area. Bridge City continues that legacy of bringing the Gospel to people who need it. We follow Jesus' example of reconciliation. We go where the brokenness is.
We love offering our gifts of music to the Lord and enjoying the gifts of others. We have a Sanctuary Choir, and a Hand Bell Choir.
On Tuesday's from 11am - 12pm we give out food to those in need. Anyone from our community is welcome to stop in for food donated from our congregation.
On the second Sunday of every month, we go to the Chattanooga Community Kitchen to prepare and serve breakfast to the needy and homeless of Chattanooga. Many have said that this ministry is a huge blessing both to the volunteers and the consumers.
If feeding the homeless is something that lays heavy on your heart, and you would be willing to give up 3 to 4 Sunday mornings a year, please contact the Church Office, firstname.lastname@example.org.