Celebration Worship: 10:00 a.m.
Upper Room Youth: Wed. 6:30 p.m.
Midweek Bible Study: Wed. 6:30 p.m.
Service will be live on site as well as Facebook live under our page. You can click the link at the bottom of this page to find it. The service will be recorded and posted soon after. All other services are postponed for now.
Our Mission Statement
We at Fellowship Baptist Church believe that Jesus Christ is the Son of God and that He died, was buried, and raised again on the third day to pay the penalty for our sins. We believe that salvation comes only through faith in Him. We also believe in fellowship with Him and with each other. As the body of Christ, we believe in encouraging one another in our faith as well as working beside each other to advance the Kingdom of God. We desire to reach out into the community to spread the Gospel of Jesus Christ, not for our glory but for His.
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We are pleased and excited to announce that Dr. Charlie Robinson is the new Pastor of Fellowship Baptist Church! We are excited to welcome him and his family in this new season. May the Lord continue to lead us and may everything we do, bring Him glory!
We are excited to announce that we will be continuing live on site services on Sunday mornings. This will be a worship service ONLY beginning at 10:00 a.m. We would like to encourage you that if you feel comfortable being out, then please join us! If you do not feel comfortable attending, we completely understand. We will be continuing to record messages and Sunday School lessons for you to watch at home at your convenience, and we will also be attempting to live stream the service on Facebook. Please note that we will be observing all protocols of social distancing and regulations to ensure your safety. If you desire to wear a mask and/or gloves you are more than welcomed to. If you choose not to wear them, that's ok too. If you are not feeling well at any level, PLEASE stay home. We want you to be here, but we do not want to jeopardize the health of anyone else. Because of the circumstances, the order of service and things will be different than what we are used to. But be encouraged that we have staff and volunteers that will be able to assist you. We are excited to be able to worship together once again but we will be sensitive to health concerns. We love you and we praise God for all things! May the Lord continue to be glorified in us and through us.
"Greetings everyone. These are challenging times but our great God is never surprised or caught unprepared. Among the many scripture passages that God has given to provide comfort, He has drawn my attention to 2 Timothy 1:7…“For God has not given us the spirit of fear; but of power, and of love, and of a sound mind.”
Let us remember that timidity, anxiety and worry do not originate with God. We may fret about the known and unknown, worry about the news reports or feel tense about products missing from the store shelves, but God has already supplied comfort in three vital ways…
First, God has provided power…His power is miraculous. He is able to sustain us, protect us and meet our needs in ways we would never think of. He inspires us to act like Him to help those around us. He has also granted creativity and talent to people who are diligently working to find a solution for the current challenges.
Second, He has provided love…His quality of love that desires the best for the people He loves. His greatest expression of love is sending Jesus to be our Savior. He demonstrates His love for us with benevolence and acts of charity. He inspires us to share His love by reaching out to others with acts of kindness. We must share His compassion with those that are ill and especially provide comfort to those that may grieve.
Third, He has provided sound mind. Sound mind conveys the idea of inner strength, self-control or self-discipline. He is the remedy for panic. God has given His Holy Spirit to live inside of believers and walk alongside of them to provide comfort. His guidance gives assurance and calmness for His followers. He inspires us to encourage others. We can be strong enough to overcome temporary inconveniences.
We may manage this current health challenge by practicing social distancing and limiting our gatherings to ten people or less, but Jesus has assured us that the privilege of prayer can be practiced by all at anytime from anywhere. Let us pray for a quick solution to this crisis, acts of kindness for those around us and the composure to demonstrate God’s grace to all. May God Bless you as you persevere!" -