Welcome to Fellowship

Our Mission and Vision


What to Expect

If you are visiting Fellowship for the first time, then you are our honored guest! We’d love for you to let us know you’re coming, so we can make sure to personally greet you when you arrive on campus. We can’t wait to meet you!

When you arrive, we will have clearly marked signs in the parking lot directing you to our guest parking. We promise to do our best to make your experience at church hassle-free. Our First Impressions team members will be available to greet you and help you get to the right place.

We have safe childcare service available at 11AM only and will help you get your children registered for easy and safe child check-in. If you have children, you will want to arrive at least 15 minutes early to allow time to get them to the right spot!

Our services lasts between 1 hour and 15 – 1 hour and 30 minutes. You will experience a time of congregational singing, led by our worship teams, band, and choir. Every service we focus our attention on Bible preaching from one of our pastoral staff for around 20 to 40 minutes. We expect that God will use the service to affect your life in a positive way, and meet you right where you are!

Do You Have Kids?

Your kids will love to come to church! During our worship services, we have quality nurseries and childcare ministries for newborns all the way up through 6th grade. Let us save you some time when you visit by filling out our early check-in form below.

Save time and register your children early

Connecting Point

After each of our Sunday Worship services, our pastors are available to meet you in Connecting Point. You can find Connecting Point near our Welcome Center entrance. This time is for you. We look forward to getting to know you better, praying with you, and thanking you for coming.

Service Times and Map

Sunday Morning

9:30 AM — Worship Service (ages 55+ only and at risk)
11 AM — Worship Service (all ages welcome)

Wednesday Evening

7 PM — Adult Bible Study, Life Groups, Real Life (grades 7-12), Awana (grades K-6)


Will I be singled out?

The short answer is, no. We do not single you out or ask you to give a speech when you visit. Our church is large enough that you are able to come for a visit and “blend” in if you want to. Our church also loves new guests and you will likely meet several friendly people before the service even starts.

What should I wear?

The most important thing is that you are here with us! Our church is made up of many generations that choose to dress in what is comfortable for them. No need to dress up, but if you want to…that’s ok too!

Is your church safe?

We work hard to maintain a safe environment that every person can worship freely in without fear. Our safety measures include uniformed officers, trained church safety team volunteers, medical volunteers, video camera systems, and intentional child safety policies.

Is your building handicap accessible?

90% of our building is handicap accessible and we are working on the rest! All the facilities we use for adult worship and regular activities are completely accessible. We also have plenty of handicap parking spaces near the doors. We also offer a valet parking service to anyone needing assistance. Please call ahead to let us know how we can best help you.

Do you offer services for the deaf?

Sign language interpreters help communicate the sermon for each of our worship services. Please let our greeters know your need upon arrival and we will show you exactly where to go.

What is the music like?

Our services offer a blend of traditional and modern styles of worship music. We love to sing hymns and believe God has blessed the church with great new songs as well. If you want to catch a glimpse of our worship services, the best place to go is on our Facebook page. There, you can find past services and see for yourself what we are all about!

What Bible version do you use?

We use the King James Version (KJV) of the Bible for all of our teaching and preaching.

What denomination is this church?

Fellowship Baptist Church is not part of any denomination or larger organization of churches. We are an independent church which holds to the Baptist distinctives and fundamental doctrines of the Christian faith.