Experience Fellowship

When you visit Fellowship Baptist Church, we want you to feel welcome and have a joyful experience. We have reserved parking spaces near the entrances for our first-time guests and several Welcome desks where any questions can be answered.

Learn More about Fellowship

At Fellowship Baptist, we emphasize building strong, meaningful relationships with others while learning the practical principles from the Word of God. Our goal as a church is to build people's lives in the Word of God and to prepare them to do what God has for them.

Get Connected at Fellowship

Fellowship Baptist is a church where you, our relationships, and helping one another in our walks with Christ are meaningful. We don't want to leave you alone, we want to help you get connected with people and groups so that we can all uplift, edify, and encourage one another. We have a place for you regardless of marital status or age. Whether you are new to Fellowship, have questions, or have been a believer for a long time.

Giving & Serving

Your gifts and talents enable our church ministries and world missions to reach our local communities and those around the world with the message of the Gospel and the love of Christ.

Fellowship Media

We offer resources that will help you grow as a believer, from Bibles to recorded messages and other resources for every age. Media availability will grow to help support and encourage your walk.

Life Groups

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View or join Life Groups


  • What is a Life Group?

    Life Groups are smaller clusters of people who are pursuing spiritual growth together in 3 major areas:

    1. Loving God

      Growing in their personal relationship with God

    2. Loving Others

      Developing and deepening friendships with each other

    3. Serving Both

      Reaching out to others beyond the group

  • Who are Life Groups for?

    Whether you’re brand-new to our church, a recently joined member, or perhaps you’ve been coming for year; a Life Group is a great next step for anyone who wants to grow in their relationship with God and others.

  • What is a typical Life Group meeting like?

    Each Life Group is unique, but generally all groups have some social time with snacks and conversation up front, followed by a time of study, prayer and accountability. The meeting will last somewhere around 1 &1/2 to 2 hours.

  • What will we study?

    When a group first starts out, you will follow a study guide curriculum then later will follow an applicational geared curriculum that is either based on Pastors' sermon series, or one of the many approved Bible Study authors.

  • How often will we meet?

    Life Groups meet on a weekly basis.

  • How long will my group last?

    The ultimate goal of every Life Group is to grow in maturity both with God and others. We believe that healthy groups always produce more groups. Therefore, multiplication of the groups will naturally develop within the first two years. So, the average Life Group could last for approximately 2 years.

  • Can I be in more than one Life Group?

    While you are certainly not locked into a group forever, it’s important that you commit to attending only one Life Group.

  • I’m new to this whole church/God thing… is this the right place for me?

    Groups are a great place to grow spiritually through relationships, but if you’re new to our church or investigating the Christian faith, we’d encourage you to check out our Starting Point Class as well. Starting Point is a safe, conversational small group class where you can meet friends, ask questions, and discover what FBC has to offer.

  • Where will the group meet?

    Groups have the option of meeting in several places, the church, people’s homes or in public places like Starbucks, Panera, Barnes & Noble, etc.

  • What about childcare?

    Each individual group is responsible for deciding how to handle childcare needs. Some options are: Try and have Life Groups on Wednesday or Sunday Nights where childcare is provided at FBC during those times. Have parents arrange for sitters on their own and attend the group without children. Chip in together for a sitter who watches the kids in a different room while your group meets.