Fellowship Bible’s Distinctives
Biblical, Expository Teaching
One of our goals is to help you become competent in God’s Word. We are committed to teaching the Bible in an “expository” way, exposing the truth of Scripture verse by verse, passage by passage. Every message, lesson and class is based upon God’s Word. The greatest compliment one of our teachers could receive is “you told us what it means, and now I know how I’m supposed to live.”
Contemporary, Creative, Christ-centered Worship
Our desire is to help you meet with God. The opportunity to corporately meet with Him along with fellow worshipers is truly special. We seek to make our Worship Services as relevant and user friendly as possible, so you can connect with God. We use the latest in contemporary Christian music as well as many of the best hymns of the faith. Our sound is contemporary, but our content is the classic Christian message.
Family is important here at Fellowship. No matter what your family situation, when you’re here, we want you to feel like you’re at home and with your extended family. With the average person in the U.S. relocating every five years, we recognize the need to “fast-track” you into the family. So we have designed our ministry to make you feel at home right from the start.
Christ was clear about our ultimate mission: believers are here to make disciples. We want to be faithful to that calling by helping each willing person to become a full-fledged disciple of Christ. At Fellowship, discipleship relationships are strongly encouraged, so that believers can be mentored into spiritual maturity.
Freedom in Form
With the world and culture changing rapidly, the need to constantly revise and revamp is imperative. Although our convictions and commitment to God’s Word remain solid, we continually seek to be as effective as possible. God’s wisdom allows us to creatively change to meet the unchanging need of people who are lost and without Christ.
Fellowship is governed by a group of godly men who are selected on the basis of 1 Timothy 3 and Titus 1. While our Senior Pastor serves as our Directional Leader, these men, along with the rest of our pastoral staff, seek to provide spiritual oversight to our entire ministry.
We recognize that the primary purpose of the church is to “equip the saints for the work of the ministry” (Eph. 4:11). Our pastors are primarily equippers who help us minister. Although we are passionate about evangelism, most of our ministries are designed to help believers become disciples of Christ who are engaged evangelists for Christ.