At Fellowship, our desire is to mobilize, equip and unleash Fellowship members to care for and serve one another well. By doing so, we are fulfilling Christ’s command that we “love one another” as He has loved us (John 13:34).

Our Fellowship Care teams are a practical means of loving Christ’s church, a reminder that we belong to a caring spiritual family. As God allows, we hope to be Christ’s hands and feet in service to one another.

Note: Due to the size of Fellowship and volume of needs, we prioritize these means of caring to our Fellowship covenant members and regular attenders only.


If you or your family are currently experiencing a life-impacting event such as the loss of a loved one, illness or surgery, hospitalization, the joy of a new baby, or other significant needs, our pastoral team would like to know. We want to support you in prayer, and walk alongside you as best we can.

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As a means of caring for those in our church family, Fellowship has initiated several care teams where members are able to serve each other.

Make a Meal Team

Our meal team ministry consists of a groups of volunteers, who prepare and deliver up to six meals to Fellowship members who are experiencing the joy of a new baby or have an illness in the family, a crisis situation or the loss of a loved one. Those who serve on this team can anticipate preparing a meal for someone around once a month.

Lend a Hand Team

This team consist of a group of volunteers who serve those in need through practical ways such as housecleaning, yard work, transportation and/or childcare. They are looking to serve by coming into your home and offering help with basic needs during a hard season.

Prayer Team

One of our group meets on Wednesday afternoons at 1:30pm to pray for each other and prayer request that are turned in for our church family. Contact Sandie Keenan if you are interested in joining them.

Another group meets on Sunday mornings from 8:00-8:30am in room 114 to pray together for our Sunday morning worship services.


Paige Stroup

Paige Stroup

Leader of Adult Ministries