About Fellowship Groups
Fellowship groups support each other throughout the week and then join together when possible.
What a Fellowship Group is not
For us, Fellowship Groups are not Bible study groups or an an extracurricular program that we promote. While Fellowhsip Groups do study the Bible, we see participating in Fellowship Groups as a lifestyle choice of people loving God, and each other, while living life day by day.
What a Fellowship Group is:
Some people use the term “house church” or “home church” which are good, Biblical terms. However we use the term “Fellowship Group” because with today’s communication and transportation capabilitiess, along with the numerous meeting options available to most Americans, a “house church” can be a “small group”, or “cell group” that meets anywhere.
A Fellowship Group numbers between two – approximately fifteen, and may include singles, couples, or families. They communicate throughout the week for encouragement and support. “Fellowship Groups” are a sort of “safe haven” where you can be encouraged in the things of God.
Each Fellowship Group meets together as God leads. These gatherings can take place in homes, on the internet, conference calls, the work place, restaurants or any venue that facilitates encouraging fellowship.
These gatherings can include a time of encouragement, prayer, Bible, praise, worship, fun and of course, fellowship and unity in the Messiah.
Whether Fellowship Groups are based in the same neighborhood, in the work place, apartment complex, across the country in our online community, or a mixture thereof, there are creative ways to effectively network together for support and encouragement.
If you are seeking the things of God, consider yourself warmly invited. Contact us to see if there is a regional Fellowship Group nearby. Either way, be sure to check out our Online Community.
Through video conferencing, our internet meeting room, and other means, you can be a part of the whole wherever you may be.
Feel free to contact us if you have any questions.