Established in 2008 FSBC Hollywood is an agency of the Los Angeles Regional Food Bank www.lafoodbank.org that provides groceries, and sometimes when donations are available basic staples to people who are at risk of hunger.
Our Church operates one branch facility in Hollywood Los Angeles, following both the front line and warehouse food bank models. We currently feed an average of 1,500+ people a month.
According to www.feedingamerica.org in California alone 4,453,400 people are struggling with hunger and of them 1,638,430 are children. Families still encounter heavy financial difficulties and often must choose between eating and other necessities. Without a reliable source of healthy food, family tensions are increased, finding a job is harder, kids can’t focus in school, and less healthy food options are chosen.
Here at FSBCH we will feed as many as we can and educate others by example on the importance of helping your neighbor. Together we can make a difference.
FSBCH women's ministry is based on a group of faithful and loving women. The women in our church have become a beacon of support for one another, and the ministries in our church. Our Sunday school is open for discussion of the word of God and understanding of the scripture in the Bible. Everyone is welcome!
Together we will learn more about Gods love and purpose for our lives as we open our hearts to Him.
Here at FSBC Hollywood our youth ministry is all about investing in the future of our youth, empowering and inspiring them through service to their community, mission opportunities, acting and recreational activities as well, such as annual youth retreat, and much more. We meet on Friday nights at 7:30pm in our youth lounge area where we have Bible study, open discussion, and prayer time.
This ministry started in 2015 And was inspired by our Pastors wife Argelia Tibbs who loved going out in the streets to offer food to the homeless. Now it is a monthly ministry that takes place every last Sunday of the month.
Our volunteers come together and make 50 to 100 sandwiches with the donations from our food ministry and put together bags with a sandwich, water and sometimes cookies to distribute on the street to those in need.
According to an article by the L.A. Times the 2019 count found 58,936 homeless people living in Los Angeles County and 36,300 living in the city of Los Angeles. We may be small, in number, however if all of us do a little every day in making food available to the homeless we can make a difference.
Here at FSBCH we believe that parents are designed to be the primary influence in a child’s spiritual formation (Proverbs 22:6) and we want to encourage and support that goal. We meet in a classroom after Sunday morning worship and not only provide a bible lesson, an activity, sometimes refreshments, but we listen as well. This is a place where children are encouraged to express themselves, be empowered and to learn more about God and His love for them.