The central purpose of the Church is to be the expression of God’s love to the world. The central task of the Church is to spread the good news of the Gospel of Jesus Christ through both words and actions. Church membership allows you to connect with a community of believers, and not only enjoy the benefits of that community, but also invest your God-given gifts in others.


In good times and bad, your church family is here to support you and rejoice with you as you meet the challenges of everyday life. As an FFM member, you’ll have access to fellowship, teaching, and Godly counsel. You’ll also have a great opportunity to develop your relationship with the Lord and your fellow believers.


With ministries designed to meet the needs of families and individuals of all ages, cultures and interests, there’s always a place for you here at FFM! Our leadership, staff and volunteers are ready to encourage you and assist you in finding the perfect fit for your talents and your calling.


Membership Classes are generally held on the 1st and 3rd Sunday of each month following 1st service in Room 119. This class lets you know what our church community has to offer you and how you can get involved in the FFM family. Once you complete the process, you are officially a Member and ready to serve!


Candidates for Water Baptism attend a pre-ceremony class explaining the significance of this key New Testament ordinance. Dates are posted in the bulletin and applications are available on this site (click here for application) or at the Information Center.


To be married at FFMWOC, at least one of the individuals must be a member, and Pre-Marital Counseling will need to be arranged. A Wedding Packet containing information to simplify your planning may be obtained by contacting our Events Department (ext. 1502).


Baby Dedication is a public declaration of the parent’s commitment to God to raise their children according to His Word, and allow His Covenant to be established in their family. An informative booklet containing an application and specific guidelines is available at the Information Center.


Our Visitation Team offers in-person prayer and comfort to our members and their families during hospital, nursing home, or shut-in situations. Visit requests may be made by the person in need or their immediate family. Please contact our Visitation Ministry (ext. 1118) to request a visit.


Our Bereavement Ministry understands that the loss of a loved one can be devastating, so we are available to assist in any way we can to help you through this difficult time. Please contact us at (732) 727-9500 to inform us of the passing of an FFM or family member.


For Prayer call us during regular business hours, (M-F, 8:00am – 4:00pm), and an experienced, sensitive Staff Minister will be available to pray with you. During off hours, emergency prayer calls will be directed to our Emergency Prayer Hotline (908-654-2039) and responded to promptly.


If you’d like to become an active part of FFM, stop by Volunteer Central on service days. You’ll be able to speak with a representative and fill out a Worker’s Application.

You can find more Faith Fellowship Essential Services right here on our website, or you can call us directly to ask about your particular need.