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 them so we can answer them directly.
Q. What is Fellowship's average attendance?
A. Over 1,600 people attend our two worship services on Sunday mornings. Total attendance, with children, youth and other adult activities, averages around 2,100.
Q. How can I meet people at such a large church?
A. Many ways. The place to start at Fellowship is First Look, offered Sunday mornings about once a month. At First Look, you’ll learn more about who we are as a church and discover ways for you to plug in. On Sunday mornings, check out Sunday Communities, adult classes that meet each week and offer a mid-sized group environment based on season of life. We think the best way to build meaningful relationships is in a Community Group. For information about getting plugged in to a group, contact Sandie Kimbrel.
Q. Is there a "Sunday School" program?
A. In a unique way! For younger children (birth through 5th grade) we have our Learning Center program. Middle School and Senior High have their own programs. Adults can attend Sunday Communities.
Q. What does Fellowship offer students?
A. A lot. Each of these programs - Learning Center (birth through 5th grade, Middle School and Senior High - are offered at different times on Sundays. Check the web links for times and locations.
Q. How do I become a member?
A. For those who desire membership, we offer Discovery, a group which 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 FBCs around the country. The focus is on worshipping God and encouraging others to follow Christ. See our beliefs page.
Q. What does Fellowship believe?
A. Fellowship is an evangelical Christian community, and believes in the historic tenets of the faith. For more information, check out our beliefs page.
Q. What does Fellowship believe about baptism?
A. Baptism is one of the two "sacraments" 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.