Our mission                                               

Expose, Evangelize, Educate, Enlist, Encourage                

individuals for the kingdom of God, supported         

by prayer and finances from God's people.           

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Sunday School

We believe that a strong Bible foundation
is necessary for a strong walk in the Lord.

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Children's Ministry

Helping children to become spiritual
champions for Christ!

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Young Adults

We enjoy Young Adults, and
we want to be your church home.

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Women Active for Christ

Promoting and supporting missions for
the church and for the Kingdom of God.

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Follow Fellowship

The final Sunday evening of each month is our Prayer and Praise service, when we have a special focus on praying for the needs of one another and thanking God for His blessings through prayer and singing. If you have a particular prayer need or blessing to share with the church, or if you have a favorite hymn or song to request that we sing, come and join us! ... See MoreSee Less

Prayer and Praise Service

April 30, 2017, 6:00pm - April 30, 2017, 7:00pm

Fellowship FWB Church

The final Sunday evening of each month is our Prayer and Praise service, when we have a special focus on praying for the needs of one another and thanking God for His blessings through prayer and sing...

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Did you miss out on the Sunday morning Bible study, or did you not have enough time in class to finish your discussion? Do you want to gain a deeper understanding and appreciation for the church? The D6 curriculum used in Sunday school is not intended to be confined to just one hour per week. It’s meant to provide you and your family with the opportunity to consider the Scriptures together and grow in your Christian life together all week long. Sunday evening worship service is a great time to follow up on the lessons and discussions from that morning, and the whole family can meet together. We have great conversations, consider some thought-provoking questions, and enjoy fellowship with one another. Join us on Sunday nights as we take our Sunday School lessons to the next level.

The theme in April is "A King Like No Other", a unit examining the nature and authority of Jesus as King of Heaven and earth. In this week's lesson from Matthew 21, we will see that the mandate of Scripture is for those that have heard and received the gospel to take it to others that have yet to hear.
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Bottom of D6: Marching Orders (Matthew 28; Acts 1)

April 23, 2017, 6:00pm - April 23, 2017, 7:00pm

Fellowship FWB Church

Did you miss out on the Sunday morning Bible study, or did you not have enough time in class to finish your discussion? Do you want to gain a deeper understanding and appreciation for the church? The ...

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Did you miss out on the Sunday morning Bible study, or did you not have enough time in class to finish your discussion? Do you want to gain a deeper understanding and appreciation for the church? The D6 curriculum used in Sunday school is not intended to be confined to just one hour per week. It’s meant to provide you and your family with the opportunity to consider the Scriptures together and grow in your Christian life together all week long. Sunday evening worship service is a great time to follow up on the lessons and discussions from that morning, and the whole family can meet together. We have great conversations, consider some thought-provoking questions, and enjoy fellowship with one another. Join us on Sunday nights as we take our Sunday School lessons to the next level.

The theme in April is "A King Like No Other", a unit examining the nature and authority of Jesus as King of Heaven and earth. In this week's lesson from Matthew 21, we will see how the events of the resurrection unfolded and examine evidence that supports its occurrence.
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Bottom of D6: Death Defeated (Matthew 28)

April 16, 2017, 6:00pm - April 16, 2017, 7:00pm

Fellowship FWB Church

Did you miss out on the Sunday morning Bible study, or did you not have enough time in class to finish your discussion? Do you want to gain a deeper understanding and appreciation for the church? The ...

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Did you miss out on the Sunday morning Bible study, or did you not have enough time in class to finish your discussion? Do you want to gain a deeper understanding and appreciation for the church? The D6 curriculum used in Sunday school is not intended to be confined to just one hour per week. It’s meant to provide you and your family with the opportunity to consider the Scriptures together and grow in your Christian life together all week long. Sunday evening worship service is a great time to follow up on the lessons and discussions from that morning, and the whole family can meet together. We have great conversations, consider some thought-provoking questions, and enjoy fellowship with one another. Join us on Sunday nights as we take our Sunday School lessons to the next level.

The theme in April is "A King Like No Other", a unit examining the nature and authority of Jesus as King of Heaven and earth. In this week's lesson from Matthew 21, we will see how Christ voluntarily subjected Himself to horrific physical and emotional pain so we can be forgiven and spend eternity with Him where there is no pain.
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Bottom of D6: A King Dies for His Subjects (Matthew 27)

April 9, 2017, 6:00pm - April 9, 2017, 7:00pm

Fellowship FWB Church

Did you miss out on the Sunday morning Bible study, or did you not have enough time in class to finish your discussion? Do you want to gain a deeper understanding and appreciation for the church? The ...

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Did you miss out on the Sunday morning Bible study, or did you not have enough time in class to finish your discussion? Do you want to gain a deeper understanding and appreciation for the church? The D6 curriculum used in Sunday school is not intended to be confined to just one hour per week. It’s meant to provide you and your family with the opportunity to consider the Scriptures together and grow in your Christian life together all week long. Sunday evening worship service is a great time to follow up on the lessons and discussions from that morning, and the whole family can meet together. We have great conversations, consider some thought-provoking questions, and enjoy fellowship with one another. Join us on Sunday nights as we take our Sunday School lessons to the next level.

The theme in April is "A King Like No Other", a unit examining the nature and authority of Jesus as King of Heaven and earth. In this week's lesson from Matthew 21, we will see how Jesus demonstrated humility, even though He was the King of Kings.
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Bottom of D6: Exalted, Yet Humble (Matthew 21)

April 2, 2017, 6:00pm - April 2, 2017, 7:00pm

Fellowship FWB Church

Did you miss out on the Sunday morning Bible study, or did you not have enough time in class to finish your discussion? Do you want to gain a deeper understanding and appreciation for the church? The ...

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Missions Moment of the Week:

CH (CPT) Kevin and Darla Trimble, US Army

North American Ministries is the endorsing agent for Free Will Baptist military chaplains. This is an opportunity few men get to be a part of. Chaplains serve as pastors in the military ministering to those from all over the world through Bible classes, services, during illness, to families and fellow officers if death occurs, and during the time of wars and conflicts.

From Chaplain Trimble:

Time and space to study for preaching. As chaplains, we have a lot of opportunities for short devotions and many of those come from our past or current experiences. I want to pray for time and space to study as I preach at a chapel regularly. For a pastor this may seem trivial, but for that pastor, almost everything gears toward Sunday. Everything is built around his message. For the chaplain, especially in my case, very little is given for Sunday. For most, it is simply a day off or another training day. Pray for relevancy for the Sabbath and time for me to study to preach messages that would draw others to Christ.

Pray for our son Nathan as he and his wife Delany move to Arizona to begin schooling. Pray for Christian fellowship in a new area, a new place for both of them to employ their spiritual gifts.

Pray for Darla and me as we continue to mentor young families. I have a Soldier, a pastor's kid, whose life, marriage and everything has fallen apart. His wife has left him and he has been unjustly accused of misconduct. Pray for his strength. Pray for young families we are mentoring and those that are coming to our chapel.
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Prayer of the week:
Pray for the Speers.
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What a joy to have Joy Jones visiting and playing for us this morning! ... See MoreSee Less

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Eyewitness to Majesty: Abandoning Self for Christ
Peter - By Mindy Ferguson

The apostle Peter is mentioned more times in the four Gospels than anyone other than Jesus Christ Himself. Peter was praised more than any other disciple. He was also rebuked more than any other disciple. In our studies, we will see Peter fail and we will see him succeed. We will get a laugh or two at his expense, and we just may shed a tear or two with him. His imperfections make him lovable, and his victories give us hope.

We will continue our study with Week Two (Valuable Instruction), Day three (Tending the Flock). Join us as we make our way through this indepth study of Peter.

"We did not follow cleverly invented stories when we told you about the power and coming of our Lord Jesus Christ, but we were eyewitnesses of his majesty. 2 Peter 1:16
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Peter: Week two, Day Three

April 12, 2017, 6:30pm - April 12, 2017, 7:30pm

Fellowship FWB Church

Eyewitness to Majesty: Abandoning Self for Christ Peter - By Mindy Ferguson The apostle Peter is mentioned more times in the four Gospels than anyone other than Jesus Christ Himself. Peter was prais...

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Eyewitness to Majesty: Abandoning Self for Christ
Peter - By Mindy Ferguson

The apostle Peter is mentioned more times in the four Gospels than anyone other than Jesus Christ Himself. Peter was praised more than any other disciple. He was also rebuked more than any other disciple. In our studies, we will see Peter fail and we will see him succeed. We will get a laugh or two at his expense, and we just may shed a tear or two with him. His imperfections make him lovable, and his victories give us hope.

We will continue our study with Week Two (Valuable Instruction), Day one (Seedtime and Harvest) and Day two (Preparing to Sow). Join us as we make our way through this indepth study of Peter.

"We did not follow cleverly invented stories when we told you about the power and coming of our Lord Jesus Christ, but we were eyewitnesses of his majesty. 2 Peter 1:16
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Peter: Week two, Day one and two

March 29, 2017, 6:30pm - March 29, 2017, 7:30pm

Fellowship FWB Church

Eyewitness to Majesty: Abandoning Self for Christ Peter - By Mindy Ferguson The apostle Peter is mentioned more times in the four Gospels than anyone other than Jesus Christ Himself. Peter was prais...

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