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Next Step 3: Grow

We grow together in groups

The second command of Jesus was simply this, “Love your neighbor as yourself.” The defining characteristic of a true follower of Jesus is the love they have for one another. We believe every disciple should have a group of godly friends they share life with. We accomplish this through small groups. Small groups are a safe place to meet new people, make friends, grow in faith, and have fun.


Adult Life Groups

Life is Better Together

A Life Group is designed to be a group of 8-12 people that meet regularly for Bible study and spiritual care. We encourage every person at Fellowship to engage in a Life Group! The people in your group will become your best friends and your encouragers through life. It is through groups that you will experience real people who genuinely care for you.

Attend Church Weekly

Make sure you get in the habit of attending weekly services! The Bible tells us in Hebrews 10:25, "Don’t stop meeting together with other believers, which some people have gotten into the habit of doing. Instead, encourage each other, especially as you see the day drawing near." 


Join us weekly at FBC for one of our two identical services on Sunday mornings. Also, FBC is a praying church and we gather as a congregation every Wednesday night at 7:00pm for prayer and bible study. During this service, we pray for God's guidance for our church as well as the needs of our church, the community, nation, and the world!

Daily Read Your Bible

The Bible is God’s "user manual" for life. Just as we need to continually breathe oxygen to survive, we need to regularly study the Bible to grow and thrive spiritually.


Your New Believer's Bible contains helpful information on how to begin and continue healthy Bible study habits. If you need more assistance, visit the Connect Center and one of our hosts will gladly give you more information to get you started!

Talk to God Often

Prayer is how we communicate with God. All good relationships need good communication. Your relationship with God is no exception. Even Jesus himself took time to pray to God for guidance and direction. If Jesus felt the need to pray, how much more do we need to do it?


Prayer may seem intimidating but it doesn't have to be. Read Luke 11:1-13 to learn how the disciples sought Jesus' direction on how to pray and Jesus gave them the perfect model to follow.

Attend Starting Point Class

We know that being new to a church can be exciting and intimidating. The STARTING POINT class helps introduce you to our FBC Family. This is your chance to spend time with our Pastoral staff, ask questions, and begin your journey here at FBC.

If you would like to find out more, along with answers to these questions, sign-up for this three week class.

Join a Lifestage Group

No matter your stage of life there is a place for you to connect with other believers in your life stage. You will learn how to grow in your faith by practical lessons and group discussions and also real life lessons from other Christians doing life alongside you. Join a group today and experience the family! 


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