Middle School – High School

Our Mission

Building students that are unshaken in their faith and unafraid to show it.

Today, students are faced with the greatest challenges this world has ever seen. By helping create a solid foundation, we believe, these students will be able to stand unshaken in their faith and be unafraid to show it.

Our Process


Students are in constant discovery of who they are. By better understanding who Christ is, students will discover who they are.


Once identity is discovered, we help students develop their gifts and talents for God’s purpose.


Students that have discovered and developed their identity and giftings, will then learn to display them in their world, without fear.

Safety is extremely important to us. Our volunteers are background-checked and trained to create a safe, secure environment for every student. Security teams are on-site during all meetings.

what to expect

Summer Break

May 31 – July 10


7 pm – 8:30 pm


6th grade – 12th grade

(11-18 years old)


Text Updates

text @fortressyg to the number 81010

Worship & The Word

Students will experience a time of worship led by a live band. This will be partnered with a time of teaching directly out of the Bible with practical implications for their life.

Social Involvement

Icebreakers & games are a great tool we use to get students interacting with one another. We believe we are a family and there should be no one left on the front porch.


Before and after service we open our youth cafe with snacks & drinks (everything is $1 or less). In addition, we have billiards, foosball, ping pong, basketball, & Gaga ball.

Worship Team Tryouts

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for More Info

September 18, 2019
September 25, 2019
October 2, 2019


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Get in Touch

Fellowship of Believers Church

3333 12th Street, Sarasota, FL 34237
Phone: 941-957-3333

Image Credits: Map by Alen Krummenacher from the Noun Project, Calendar Photo by Roman Bozhko on Unsplash, Beach Waves Photo by Nattu Adnan on Unsplash,

Group Hug Photo by Helena Lopes on Unsplash, Photo by Markus Spiske on Unsplash