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First Baptist Church of Brandon
216 N Parsons Ave, Brandon, FL 33510
Faith Baptist Church of Brandon boasts a large congregation which has access to dozens of amenities. A sportsMore complex called the Ministry Athletic Center, or "Mac" for short, is open to the general public. A large portion of the church grounds is occupied by its private Baptist Academy for students ranging from preschool to third grade. For those unable to make it during worship hours, Pastor Tommy Green offers live webcasts of Sunday services.  
Berean Bible Community Church
740 Lithia Pinecrest Rd, Brandon, FL 33511

This is a Baptist church offering study groups, music programs, youth programs and missionary programs forMore congregation members. The members of this church greet guests and treat them as a part of the congregation family from the first hello. Child care is available during the service, but most older children attend the regular service. There is a strong youth program in place and Bible study groups are offered throughout the week.  Through their SIA Ministries, the church helps community members in need with a food and clothing pantry. Make donations or apply for assistance through the website. 

To see a list of programs and services, visit the church website. 

The Frame Shop and gallery
602 Oakfield Dr, Brandon, FL 33511

The Frame Shop and gallery is family-owned and -operated and has been serving the Brandon area since 1979. They wonMore first place in the Best of Brandon in 2005 and 2008;  first runner up in 2009 and 2010.

The Frame Shop and gallery will custom mat and frame your paintings, photographs, memorabilia items and other items for you or you can use their facilities to do your own framing.  They create shadow boxes, dry-mount photographs and prints, and frame sports jerseys and keepsakes. 

If you choose to have them do your framing for you, you will receive personal attention from their professional designers and framers to custom design the look you want. 

The Frame Shop offers an extensive selection of frames, mats and glass. Framing materials include metal in a variety of finishes and wood framing that can be stained, painted, distressed or rustic, plus gallery, molded and gilded framing. 

The mat material they carry is acid free and they also do museum mounting and conservation framing. Canvas stretching is also one of the many services they offer. 

Glass comes in a wide variety as well. You can select regular glass, non-glare, plexi, conservation glass (clear with refection control) or museum glass. 

There is a nice selection of unframed prints that can be custom framed. 

Owners Mike and Linda Dunn are active members of the Brandon community.  Mike coached flag football and soccer for a number of years and also worked as a referee for Basil. Linda has served on the Board at Center Place and served as the president for a year. She has been teaching Sunday school at First Baptist Church of Brandon for over 20 years.

Their dog, Pepper, who's often at the store, is a customer favorite. She is quiet and gentle and will not disturb customers as they make selections.