FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Below are some general questions that are asked of Fellowship Bible Church. If you have any questions that have not been addressed, please let us know them so we can answer them directly.
Q. What is Fellowship's average attendance?
A. Over 1,200 people attend our Sunday morning worship services. Total attendance averages around 2,000.
Q. How can I meet people at such a large church?
A. Many ways. The place to start at Fellowship is our FIRST LOOK TOUR offered Sunday mornings about once a month. On the First Look Tour, you’ll learn more about who we are as a church and discover ways to get connected. On Sunday mornings, check out our SUNDAY COMMUNITIES, adult classes that meet each week and offer a mid-sized group environment. We think this is the best way to build meaningful relationships. Another great way to get connected is by serving. We have many opportunities for you to serve alongside our Fellowship Family and help to make disciples right here at Fellowship, our community, and the world. Visit our SERVE page to find out more.
Q. Is there a "Sunday School" program?
A. In a unique way! For younger children (birth through 5th grade) we have FELLOWSHIPKIDS and they meet during the 9:15am and 11am services. Our STUDENT MINISTRY (middle and high school) each have their own programs and they meet at 11am in the Student Center. For adults, we have several SUNDAY COMMUNITIES that also meet at 9:15am and 11am.
Q. How do I become a member?
A. For those who desire membership, we offer DISCOVERY GROUPS, a Sunday morning group that explains in detail who we are, what we believe, and how to become a participating member of Fellowship.
Q. Does Fellowship belong to a denomination?
A. Fellowship is an independent Christian fellowship, modeled after several other Fellowship Bible Churches around the country. Our focus is on worshiping God and encouraging others to follow Christ. Check out our I'M NEW page to learn more about who we are.
Q. What does Fellowship believe?
A. Fellowship is an evangelical Christian community that believes in historic tenets of the faith. For more information about what we believe, check out our MORE ABOUT FELLOWSHIP page.
Q. What does Fellowship believe about baptism?
A. Baptism is one of the two ordinances we observe as a church. The other is communion. We believe baptism is the outward confession of an inward change, and should only be done as an act of obedience to God once you have accepted Jesus Christ as your Savior. You can find out more on our BAPTISM page.