First Baptist Church of Brandon

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    Community Missions

    Compassion House

    The Compassion House is an outreach ministry to the Brandon community. Our goal is to give a hand-up to people who are experiencing financial hardship by providing them with food and clothing. Click here for more information on this clothing and food donation ministry of FBC.

    Brandon Gift of Hope

    Local non-profits and churches collaborating together to ease the burden of struggle during the holidays in the Greater Brandon area. Distribution happens on the FBC campus during Thanksgiving and Christmas holidays. Click here for more information.

    Back2School supply drive

    The annual Back2School drive collects school supplies for children in the Greater Brandon area who need help. In 2012 we also collected and shipped school supplies and shoes for children in Haiti to El Shaddai Children's Home and School.

    LifeCare of Brandon

    LifeCare’s passion is to lead those we serve to the unconditional love of Christ as we protect and preserve the sanctity of human life, promote sexual abstinence and healthy relationships, and proclaim God’s plan for marriage and the family. FBC donates diapers and wipes during their Annual Diaper Drive. Click here for more information.


    ECHO is a food pantry and clothing assistance source for residents of the greater Brandon area who have experienced a recent emergency. Click here for more information.

    Feed the Bay

    Acting as the "hands and feet of Jesus," churches in Brandon and surrounding communities head to local grocery stores after worship to help feed the hungry. Click here for more information.

    Homeless Ministry

    Feeding the homeless of Brandon each Thursday.

    Steppin’ Stone Farm

    Changing the lives of at-risk, rebellious teenage girls. Located in Hillsborough county, Steppin’ Stone Farm gives parents the option to intervene and try to save their daughter’s life. Through a structured, caring, Christian program that emphasizes accountability and personal responsibility; each girl has a real chance to change her destiny through spiritual emphasis, work ethic, and counseling. Click here for more information.

    other area ministries

    FBC is also involved in giving to and providing volunteers for Meals on Wheels, New Horizons Group Homes, the Pastor Relief Fund, Tampa Bay Baptist Association Giving, community service days, Cookies for Inmates, and providing food certificates and assistance to the church family.