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.

Spiritual Gifts Survey

We'll use your info to email results and help you get connected with opportunities at FBC.

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How well do these statements describe you?

Please mark your level of agreement to the statements from red (strongly disagree) to green (strongly agree).

I am concerned that the truth be presented in its completed context and am disturbed when scripture is used out of context.

I am an easy mark for stray animals, especially if they are hurt.

I am energized when the Holy Spirit uses me to challenge people to obey God’s Word.

I sense great satisfaction from helping others.

I enjoy public speaking and teaching.

I sometimes feel I know exactly what God wants to do at a specific point in time.

I am able to encourage others, even when I am suffering.

I am attracted to people who are hurting or in distress.

I prefer a “behind the scenes” role. I am not an “up front” person.

I have a strong belief that all I have belongs to God, and I want to take care of what He's given to me.

I am motivated to give unto the Lord at His prompting, not man’s.

I have a desire to give quietly without public notice.

I am so black and white in my thinking that I sometimes alienate other well-meaning Christians.

I have a desire to give gifts that are of high quality.

I seem to have an extraordinary compassion for those who are in need.

My basis for what I believe to be true is founded solely on biblical truth.

I am reluctant to confront people; I don’t want to hurt them.

I give cheerfully and liberally, often above what is expected.

I tend to see things as black or white, true or false, or good or evil.

I want to help people have the right relationships with one another.

I sometimes have a sense of how things will turn out, and I am generally right.

I hate chaos and I will take the lead when things are unorganized.

I enjoy finding answers to questions through in-depth research.

When giving to God’s work, it is important that I consult with my spouse.

I enjoy presenting truth in a logical, systematic way.

I am a goal-oriented person.

I am able to discern wise investments so as to have more to give.

Sometimes I have a “spiritual hunch” about things or people… and usually I'm right about them.

People often tell me that I helped them understand things better.

When people are in my home, I like to wait on them “hand and foot.”

I am always uplifting those who are around me.

I find it difficult to delegate; it is usually easier to do the job myself.

I tend to be optimistic—always giving hope.

I want to help others by giving them specific steps to follow.

People tease me about being a “bookworm”.

When people ask my advice, I suggest a definite course of action.

I enjoy helping others to get their work done, and don't need a lot of public recognition.

I am very sensitive to the emotional state of others.

I am not afraid to confront people over sin or to make them aware of the consequences of their sin.

I can organize people and delegate easily.

People tease me about being a “cheerleader”.

I enjoy serving people, knowing that I am a blessing to them and the Lord.

I find it almost impossible to say no to others.

I tend to lack firmness with people unless I can see how it will benefit them.

I enjoy studying the Bible and sharing what I've learned with others.

I speak with boldness and conviction about things that God wants others to know.

I tend to see a person's potential, and push them to reach their full spiritual maturity.

Some say projects are more important to me than people are.

I tend not to care how small or unpopular a job is. To me it is an act of worship and service.

I am “pushy” and demanding—driving people to the limit.

I am able to organize ideas, tasks, people, and time effectively.

Disorganized messages (with no outline) irritate me.

I find it easy to motivate people to do the right thing.

I love ministering to the sick, to the poor, and to the handicapped.

I am a “take charge” person who can usually bring order out of chaos.

I usually desire to start a new challenge when a previous task is completed.

When I make a financial contribution, I desire to share in the life and ministry that I am giving to.

People in emotional distress often come to me for comfort.

I often stop to help motorists in trouble (if not dangerous).

Even in failure, I see the potential in people.

People who talk about problems, but never take action, irritate me.

I get upset with people who use verses out of context.

I am sometimes accused of being too soft on sin.

It is important to be involved in meeting the church’s financial need.

I prefer systematic Bible teaching as opposed to a series of unrelated topics.

I enjoy a team effort more than doing the work myself.

I desire to make wise purchases and investments in order to provide more resources for the Lord.

I have specific goals for my future and have set plans to achieve them.

I find it easy to illustrate spiritual truths and make them clear.

I don't mind hanging out with all different kinds of people, especially when it helps their feelings.

Others tell me that I am a good listener.

Others have told me that I would make a good preacher.

I am always looking for practical ways to help.

I have an ability to test faithfulness by how people handle funds.

I sometimes have uncanny insight into people’s private lives.

I sometimes get irritated when others don’t jump in to help.

I love to do personal counseling.


What ministry team are you interested in?

Please mark your level of passion from red (none) to green (strong).

Worship
(Worship Team, Choir, Band, Orchestra)
First Impressions
(Guest Experience, Ushers, Valet Parking, Check-in, Connecting Point, Safety)
Small Groups
(Life Groups, Moms Connect, Adult Bible Fellowships)
FBC Kids
(Nursery, AWANA, Sunday School, Jr. Church, Cadets for Christ, Special Needs)
Outreach
(Community Events, Trick or Treat, Young at Heart, Easter Drama, Prison Ministry, Food Pantry)
Inreach
(Prayer Team, Baptism, Bookstore, New Believers)
Admin
(Guest Follow-up, Starting Point, Administrative Support)
Care
(Hospital Visits, Benevolence, Counseling)
Student Ministry
(Middle School, High School, Emerge [College & Career])
Creative
(Sound, Lights, Video Production, Photography, Graphic Design)

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