Get Connected

If you're new to Fellowship or are planning to visit, take a look at Who We Are page. It will give you the details on when we meet and why.

Here are some ways to get plugged in!

  1. Have Lunch with us at a Connections Lunch

  2. Get connected with a Gospel Community

  3. Attend a Partnership Class

We would love to help you get connected with any of these opportunities. Just get in touch with us via our Contact Us form, and we will take care of the rest!

Every first Sunday of each Month, we have Connection Lunch after our 10am Sunday Morning Gathering. Our Pastors and Elders would love to get to know you better and answer any questions you might have. Food and Childcare are provided. We would love to see you there!

Relationships matter.    Growth is not automatic.    Mission is better together

A Gospel Community is more than a small group (but not less than one).  Our Gospel Communities gather weekly to apply the sermons and seek to live in authentic, Biblical community that challenges and encourages each person to grow in following Jesus.  These groups are about more than existing primarily for ourselves and instead seek to engage the lost as part of our mission.  Gospel Communities are not just based on our season of life but who we are in Jesus.  


Partnering in a local church is essential for the life of a believer.  Many of the "one-anothers" can only really be fulfilled within the context of a local church in which we submit to the leadership of pastors/elders, sit under the preaching of God's Word, admonish one another with psalms, hymns, spiritual songs, take the Lord's Supper, build one another up in love, and seek to live out the Great Commission together making disciples who make disciples.  But more than that, local church partnership is for our own good.  We are able to receive the blessed benefit of a group of people who know us and love us in a deep, rich way that is rooted in the Gospel of Jesus Christ.  Life in Gospel Centered Community means our joys are doubled and our sorrows are cut in half as we share them with our brothers and sisters.

To become a Partner at Fellowship Jonesboro:

  • Attend a Partnership Class
  • Read the Fellowship Doctrine & Distinctives and the Membership Covenant
  • Schedule a meeting with a pastor, the goal of which is to get better acquainted with you (and your spouse, if married), your grasp of the Gospel, and how we can best serve and lead you.

If you have any questions, please contact Chad at