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This Week at Frontline

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8:30a | 10:00a | 11:30a | 5:15p

August Sussdorf Strasse 8


Germany 66877


Check out our Gatherings page for what you can expect from a Frontline service.


We are grateful for the generosity of our church to allow us to offer the following positions.  As our church has grown, so have our needs for staff to handle new opportunities. 

2020 IBC Men's Conference

Join us January 17-20 in Lenk Switzerland for Bible teaching to feed the soul, worship and prayer, breakout sessions, fellowship, winter sports, and more! Robert Smith from Beeson Divinity School will be the speaker this year. Register here.


Why We Exist

Read on to learn more about Frontline's mission, vision, and values.


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We have multiple positions available, contact our YAM Ministry Leaders to join the team!

  • Event Coordinator
  • Social Media Manager
  • Media Team
  • Worship Team
  • Small Group Leaders

Listen to our summer setlist on YouTube to get familiar with what we'll be singing this season!

Questions? Thoughts? Prayer requests? Fill out our Contact Form to get in touch, or our Prayer Form to submit a request.

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Join us at 8:30a, 10:00a, 11:30a, or 5:15p on Sundays. Pick the service that works best for you! 

We can't wait to meet you!


Our current series is Lessons from the Battlefield, preached on

the life and heart of David.

To watch past sermons, check out our Messages tab and subscribe to us on YouTube!

To meet our pastors, check out our Staff page to learn more about who's preaching and also who's working behind the scenes.

For a more detailed picture of What's Happening, check out our Calendar tab!


We have lots of ministries at Frontline for you to get plugged into. Visit our Ministries tab to find more information on each ministry!

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Opportunities to serve

We have multiple positions available to serve with kids and families, and we're always looking for volunteers!

If you're interested in helping us out, complete this form and email it to!



Owning Faith

What, exactly, does it look like for a teenager to own their faith? Well, we believe there are four things that both lead to, and are a result of, spiritual growth. We call these four things our four spiritual habits.

Taking A Step

Now, we say "take a step" for a reason. It's because there's no finish line or certificate of completion when it comes to spiritual growth. Instead, spiritual growth is a journey (a life-long journey) and no two journeys are identical. That's why our big win doesn't have anything to do with a specific skill or achievement. Instead, we win anytime we see a teenager take a single step closer to owning their faith.


1.  Spend Time With God

This is an obvious one, right? Sometimes it's the only spiritual habit we can name. After all, isn't "growing spiritual" synonymous with "spending time with God"? Well, not exactly, but it's still pretty important. After all, if teenagers are ever going to make their faith their own, they've got to start spending time with God on their own. It means opening the Bible on their own, having conversations with God on their own, and discovering how they best connect with God through worship on their own. 

2.  Spend Time With Others

Engaging in healthy community can, and should, be a spiritual habit we help our students develop. But "healthy community" doesn't just mean hanging out with Christians, This spiritual habit is about growing in Christ like relationships with everyone. 

3.  Use Their Gifts

Teenagers need to know that God made them unique, and special, and with really specific gifts, talents, passions, and resources. Then they need to use those gifts to love God, love others, and influence the world around them. Because when teenagers begin to discover who God made them to be, and then use their unique identity to love both God and others, they grow. 

4.  Share Their Story

Teenagers need to learn how to talk about God. Sharing your story is the spiritual habit of making faith a regular, everyday , go-to topic of conversation in our lives. Because when we talk about God and His place in our story (or, more accurately, our place in His story), it helps us believe, helps us understand, and helps us take ownership of our own faith.

Find giving information in our Giving tab.

opportunities to serve

We have multiple places that can use volunteers, so contact our T.A.G. ministry leaders to join the team!

  • Small Group Mentor
  • Bible Study Mentor
  • Worship Mentor
  • Media Mentor
  • Games Coordinator
  • Concessions Coordinator
  • Hangout Leaders
  • Speakers
  • Event/Outreach Coordinator
  • Administrative Leaders

OUR Mission

Equip young people to develop a real relationship with Christ.

Encourage uplifting and relevant relationships with other believers.

Empower life changing relationships with non-believers.

how to Give


We are an independent Christian church that is not affiliated with the U.S. Armed Services or Department of Defense. Therefore, we do not receive funding from sources outside our church family. The people who call Frontline Community their church home are the ones who give joyfully and generously to support the ministry of this church.

That’s one of the marks of our church…generosity! Every member at Frontline has made a commitment to give regularly to this ministry as an expression of their love for God and a reminder that everything we have comes from him and belongs to him. The Bible says that giving is our reminder that God is the supplier of everything and our giving helps us put God’s kingdom first in our lives and finances.


One of the first things people notice when they visit Frontline is that we don’t pass the offering plates during the worship service. It doesn’t mean giving is not an important part of our worship. Most people at Frontline give regularly each month through direct bank deposit; however, others prefer to give during the worship service. To facilitate the process, we have two offering baskets located on the platform steps for people to give at any time during worship. Others prefer to use one of the black offering boxes located at each entrance. We encourage people to give however they are most comfortable and use it as a great way to teach our kids the joy of giving by letting them bring the family offering to the baskets or offering boxes as well.