Getting Connected

There's more to being a Christian than simply attending a worship service.  At Concord Street our desire is that every member is fully involved in church life.  Whether you are already a member at Concord Street or looking to become a Christian, this is the place to start.  Explore the sections below which describe the various ages and fellowship groups.  

  • I'm new

    We are glad you are looking at us.  Concord Street is a great congregation and we can't wait to get to know you.  

    Use this link to find out more about us and to learn more about how to be a part of our congregation.  Welcome!

  • Children

    From nursery through graduation we love our children!  We have teachers and supervisors who are dedicated to safety, quality and Bible based teaching.  Our attended nursery is staffed during all worship services and class times.  Also, we offer a children's Bible hour on Sunday mornings.  During this time, children ages 2-4 are dismissed during the sermon time so they can have a more age appropriate message.  Our Sonshine Street children's program is a unique learning experience for primary age students.  

  • At Concord Street, our students are extremely important. Not only do we have classes and activities for our teens in our vibrant youth ministry, we believe in intergenerational ministry. We want our students to be conected with mature Christians of all ages! 

    If you have any questions about our youth program, please feel free to contact Connor McLean at


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  • College/Young Adult

    We have a growing group of college and young adults.  Classes for college and young professionals are offered each Sunday and various trips, devotionals and activities are scheduled through the year. There are several colleges in our area and many are represented in our group. 

    Knights for Christ is the name of the college ministry at the University of Central Florida. The campus ministry includes Full Sail University, UCF, Valencia College, and college-age singles that are unaffiliated with a campus. Activities include campus devotionals, one-on-one Bible studies, fellowships and other activities. Contact our campus minister, Dan Cawthon, for more information.

  • Fellowship/Quadrants

    Our membership is divided into four quadrants based on the geographic region of the members home addresses.  On the 2nd and 4th Sunday of each month one quadrant will have a fellowship potluck meal at the building.  Other activities are organized for the quadrants throughout the year.  

    This is but just one way that we encourage fellowship among our members.