What to Expect

We believe every person has a spiritual DNA. God has put into us a conscious to choose right from wrong and to make choices that affect our life. Within that conscious is a calling that comes from the Holy Spirit to follow God or to ignore Him (Rev. 3:20). To recognize the calling, we must first recognize Jesus Christ as Lord and Savior by simply Believing (John 3:36, 5:24, 6:35, 11:25, Acts 13:39, Rom. 1:16, 3:22, 10:4, 10:10, Eph.1:13) and Confessing that Jesus is Lord (1 Cor.12:3). Joining the family as a follower of Jesus is truly when the journey begins.

No matter where/ you are on your ride, we would love to be a part of your journey. At Full Throttle Biker Church we believe there is a place for everyone, even if you don’t have a bike. The worship is contemporary rock, the atmosphere is relaxed and the people are genuine. We truly are FULL THROTTLE in the teaching of Grace (Eph. 2:8-10) and we believe that we ARE the church, created to do great things in the world around us. “The first time you attend you are a visitor. The second time you’re home!”

Riding Full Throttle

Are you really enjoying the ride? Or does the road seam desolate, dark and uncertain? There really is only one way to enjoy the journey and to have peace and that is to understand WHO Jesus is, WHAT He came to do, and HOW His gift of Love can change everything.

At Full Throttle Biker Church, we believe and teach that only the Grace of the Lord Jesus can truly set you FREE. Jesus came as a virgin, lived and walked with mankind for 33 ½ years and never broke one of the Ten Commandments or the 600 plus laws that followed. Yet, His entire purpose was finished when He died on the cross, payed the price for every sin of every human, and fulfilled the law.

The GOOD NEWS is that on the 3rd day He arose from the grave and defeated Death, Hell and the Grave! What does that mean for us? It means that our sin debt was paid! That by believing in everything Jesus came for and accepting Him as Savior we no longer have to pay our debt. He did that for us. What’s next? As a believer and follower of Jesus, our lives are lived to show Him the utmost gratitude for paying our debt. By living a life acceptable to Christ (NOT out of obligation! But out of appreciation! RESPECT) we are followers of “the way” through Jesus our Lord. Jesus said, “A new command I give you: Love one another. As I have loved you, so you must love one another. ( Jn.13:34). This is the new code, the new way, the new beginning and THE RIGHT WAY TO BELIEVE. At Full Throttle Biker Church our goal is to support one another on the journey, ride bars with a brother or sister, and to help each other produce the gifts that God has given us. Proverbs 27:17 says “As iron sharpens iron, so one person sharpens another”.

Welcome to your new family. Our ride here is short. But riding with the right family will help you enjoy the goodness that God has for all of us and to ride the journey “Full Throttle.

Common Questions

Do I have to ride or own a motorcycle to go to Full Throttle Biker Church?

No. Not everyone who comes to Full Throttle Biker Church is a biker or even rides. However, our target is bikers and their families. It is so important that newcomers that do not ride understand that our activities and church strategy is focused on bikers, the biker culture, and the interest of our church family.

What type of ministries does your church offer?

FTBC has something for most ages with the exception of a nursery. . We offer everything any mainstream church would offer. Kids ministries, youth ministries, men's and ladies ministries, Bible studies, etc. We just do it with biker style.

What makes Full Throttle different from other motorcycle ministries and groups?

We are a church and not a club. Full Throttle is a place for ALL patches, colors, MC’s, MM’s, CMC’s, non-bikers, all races, and just all around people in general. God does not look at what we are wearing or the color of our skin. He looks straight to the heart.

How should I dress to come to Full Throttle?

However you are comfortable. We are a t-shirt and jean kind of church but if you want to dress up, then feel free. We don’t even mind shorts on those hot days. It’s really not about what we wear, but about the heart. God looks at the inside, not the outside.