Steph and I hope that you are well. We know this is a season of uncertainty for many of us, but our prayer is that you would remain confident that we serve a mighty God that is in full control! We have been actively monitoring the impact of COVID-19 across our nation and here locally. Countless hours have been spent praying and seeking wisdom to provide an informed and measured response for you, our church family, as we aim to prioritize the safety of our community, as well as be a source of hope and encouragement during this concerning time.
We have officially been safely & slowly re-opening our campuses, and have now held in-person services at our Pensacola, Hallandale Beach, and Cooper City campuses. It was truly incredible to be able to come back together—practicing safe social-distancing guidelines—and be able to worship as a church family once again. Some of us are still unable to re-join services in-person due to health issues or other factors—and that’s okay! We want to thank you for your engagement and participation both near and from afar!

God Bless, Troy Gramling – Lead Pastor, Potential Church



This season of ministry has been unprecedented. We have been able to be the hands and feet of Jesus like never before. Thank you to all those that have served, engaged, sacrificed, and joined us in prayer through this season. Though we celebrate the miracles we have seen God do, we take a bold step forward into the future. We are now entering a new season; we are excited to announce the reopening of our Potential Church campuses.

We are adhering to all the CDC recommended guidelines when it comes to reopening our campuses and preparing our facilities for all of our guests and those that call Potential home. You and your family’s safety is of our highest priority, and as such, we will be implementing a few changes. First, we are partnering with byoplanet (advanced chemical delivery systems) to sanitize our auditorium with electrostatic equipment, a superior disinfectant that utilizes “wrap around” coverage to coat environmental surfaces, providing the best protection against the spread of illness-causing germs. In addition, we will be using industry grade disinfectant to sanitize chairs, armrests, entrances, restrooms, counter tops, and all other high touch and high traffic areas between each service.

Our team of staff and volunteer leaders will all be wearing masks or proper face coverings, and we will have masks and gloves available at our entrances for your convenience. Our team will be practicing social distancing, and assisting you from the parking lot to your seat in our auditorium to ensure that all feelwarmly welcomed, while also ensuring that all of our guests are at a safe and comfortable distance from one another. We are also working to provide digital and contactless options for both giving and our connect card.  Our team is both ready and prepared to provide you with the best and safest experience.

For the time being, service will be family friendly. We will not be opening our children, preschool, or youth environments. But parents, we still got you covered! We will have coloring and activity sheets available at the entrance. We also encourage parents to feel free to bring an iPad and headphones for your child, so that they can watch our online kids service from the main auditorium. We thank you for your patience and cooperation as we partner together to ensure the health and safety of your little ones.

And of course, for those that may not be ready to attend a physical campus just yet, we have all of our online services available on our church website, YouTube, and FaceBook. We also have virtual prayer and baptism available after each service. For more info on service times and locations, please visit this page. We can’t wait to see you live and in person! The best is yet to come!”

In a crisis like this, it’s common for misinformation to spread, and it can be difficult to figure out who and what to trust. Here are some reliable resources that can connect you with accurate and helpful info.

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)

The CDC is the leading national public-health organization in the U.S. and has up-to-date info on COVID-19 (coronavirus). CLICK HERE

World Health Organization (WHO)

WHO is the United Nations’ agency for global public health.  CLICK HERE

Taking Care of Your Mental Health

Uncertainty and confusion can have a harmful effect on your mental health. This article from the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention gives you five ways to take care of your mental health in the face of uncertainty. CLICK HERE

Replace Worry With Worship

The Potential Worship Team has put together this Spotify® playlist of hopeful worship songs. Listen and be reminded of the hope that God provides every day. CICK HERE

Hey MOM & DAD!

We got something SUPER FUN planned for the kiddos this Sunday, Our Life Development Team has put together a special program and we CANNOT WAIT to share it with you. CLICK HERE

Local Food Pantries

If you are in need of food or supplies, please contact us at 954.434.1500. We have prepared care packages that can be delivered to your house from Potential Church. There are also local Food Pantries that we partner with to help you with your needs. CLICK HERE

Potential Church Food Pantry Donations

We are in need of these items, you can donate by calling 954.434.1500 to schedule a time for drop off. Hand Sanitizer, Cleaning Wipes, Sanitary Gloves, Face Masks, Disinfectant Spray, Personal hygiene wipes, Ensure, Baby formula, Baby wipes, Bleach , Rubbing Alcohol, Non Perishable foods.