At Fellowship, we love kids! Our goal is to begin planting the seeds of the Gospel in the hearts of kids from an early age. This is the often the kindling that God uses to ignite their faith at a later age.
We have age-specific classes from Infants through 5th grade each week that are equipped with some of the most fun & loving teachers you've ever met. 1st-5th graders join us for the first part of our worship service in the sanctuary before being dismissed to their classes. All of our teachers are interviewed and pass a background check before they are accepted as volunteers. They seek to serve you and your kids as they teach the truths of Scripture through fun activities & games, bible study, and a time of worship. If you have questions about Fellowship Kids or would like to Volunteer as a teacher, please email Britinni Mcduff at email@example.com
The teenage years are one of the most fun and most difficult times of life. At Fellowship, we believe in reaching and equipping the next generation by the power of the Gospel. We desire to create a safe and authentic place for students to ask questions, get answers, and grow into Godly men and women.
Our student ministry is made up of 6th-12th grade students who meet at the church on Wednesday's at 6:30pm for a time of growing in the Gospel, building authentic relationships, and having fun together. If you are interested or have questions about student ministry, email Aaron at firstname.lastname@example.org
"When art comes to terms with both the wounds of the world and the promise of resurrection and learns how to express and respond to both at once, we will be on the way to a fresh vision, a fresh mission." - NT Wright in Surprised by Hope
Two prominent themes that have been woven throughout the tapestry of creation are those of beauty and brokenness. Because of the Fall, the effects of sin surround us, and art in its various mediums helps communicate the reality that evil is real and things are not as they should be. Yet the hope we have in our Creator and Redeemer, also allows us to joyfully express the reality of hope and the goodness of God that echoes throughout even broken creation.
At Fellowship, we believe that good theology (knowledge of God) produces proper doxology (worship of God). One of the primary ways we want to see God glorified is through worship and arts. We have talented artists, singers and instrumentalists within our church body that serve to help us glorify God in this way. Our worship each week consists of joyful, triumphant anthems as well as somber, melancholy laments. We want to communicate the reality of the Gospel to the totality of the human experience.
This is directly connect to our view on the importance of cultural engagement. We don't want to simply retreat into a Christian sub-culture that produces sub-par art. We want to magnify the Gospel throughout the beauty and brokenness that encompasses all of Creation. We want to bless artists and musicians throughout our city and be a beacon for our God who is both Creator and Redeemer. This is what Gospel Renewal looks like.