We Are A Church,
Where People Become Family

FBCWest is a place where church means family. As a family that follows the Lord, we are commanded to love one another as we love ourselves. We hope that this site and our church can be an effective place for your family, and life, so that we can show the affect God has had on us to the world.

Welcome To FBCWest

Weekly Bible Passage

Luke 15:21 - 32

21"And the son said to him, `Father, I have sinned against heaven and in your sight; I am no longer worthy to be called your son.'
22"But the father said to his slaves, `Quickly bring out the best robe and put it on him, and put a ring on his hand and sandals on his feet;
23and bring the fattened calf, kill it, and let us eat and celebrate;
24for this son of mine was dead and has come to life again; he was lost and has been found.' And they began to celebrate.

About FBCWest

Here at FBCWest we believe that Jesus, the Son of God, has saved by His sacrifice and our salvation is God’s gift not because of our value, but because of His grace. This faith that we have should cause us not to seek safety, but we should be “reckless” in our faith. To take risks as a result of faith. Risks in witnessing to others; regardless of whether or not they think we are simple minded; risks in loving others, though they may not love us in return; and risk the giving of our lives for Him and His purposes. Because as Paul stated in 2 Timothy “for I know whom I have believed and am convinced that He is able to guard what I have entrusted to Him until that day.”

Contact Info
714 379-3870
14200 Goldenwest St
Westminster, CA 92683

Sunday Worship
@10am pst | Sanctuary

Weekly Bible Study
Wednesday's @6:30pm | FBCWest Cafe

Women's Bible Study
Sunday's @11:30am | FBCWest Cafe

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The Sermon on the Mount, Part 1: The Beatitudes

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Jesus delivers what is commonly known as :The Sermon on the Mount.” It has so much to consider we will look at it in various parts. Throughout His sermon what qualities a disciple has and He compares and contrasts disciples with others. The first part of His sermon is known as “The Beatitudes”. He issues a number of this then statements, such as “Blessed are the merciful, for they shall receive mercy. The merciful have been blessed, it is past tense. The this statement is the merciful have...

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The Call of the Twelve Apostles

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As Jesus continues His circuit ministry throughout Galilee, there are many people following, in addition to His disciples. One of those groups of people who were following Jesus was the Pharisee. They followed Him, not to learn from Him, but to criticize Him. One such occasion was when He and His disciples walked through a grain field on the Sabbath. His disciples were hungry, so that picked some grain and ate it. The Pharisees immediacy call Jesus’ attention to this and condemn the discipl...

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Jesus Accused of Breaking the Sabbath

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As Jesus continues His circuit ministry throughout Galilee, there are many people following, in addition to His disciples. One of those groups of people who were following Jesus was the Pharisee. They followed Him, not to learn from Him, but to criticize Him. One such occasion was when He and His disciples walked through a grain field on the Sabbath. His disciples were hungry, so that picked some grain and ate it. The Pharisees immediacy call Jesus’ attention to this and condemn the discipl...

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The Call of Matthew (Levi)

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Jesus calls Levi/Matthew to follow Him. Matthew was a tax-collector. Tax-collectors were hated, both because they collected taxes, but were doing so for the Roman Empire. Tax-collectors who were also Jewish were considered traitors. Even so, Jesus calls Matthew to follow Him. Jesus calls people like you and me who others may not think worthy, but Jesus does so anyway. As a result Matthew gives a reception for Jesus with other tax-collectors and those the religious leader think to be sinner...

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