Please join us for our Sunday services at 8:30 & 10am.
Christmas Season Services
Sunday, December 23
Traditional Morning Worship, 8:30am
Children’s Christmas Program, 10am
(Nursery available through age 3)
Join us for this impromptu pageant where your child can be part of it all! Wear a costume from home, or borrow one from church. Costumes include manger animals, angels, shepherds, wise men, kings, and stars.
Christmas Eve, December 24
Candlelight Lessons & Carols, 5:00 & 7:00pm
These 2 identical services at 5 and 7pm feature lessons and carols, and culminate in singing the Hallelujah Chorus from Handel's Messiah. Nursery available through age 3.
Candlelight Communion Service, 11:00pm
Featuring Soloists & Ensembles
Service at 10:00am. No 8:30am service.
Our Christmas Eve offerings this year will honor the parents of Jesus, who migrated without a home, by supporting efforts locally and in our country to care for immigrants. We will split the offerings brought Christmas Eve between two organizations:
Lighthouse Immigrant Advocates - a local law firm seeking to assist immigrants in the process to become legal citizens
Youth Summer Trip Opportunities
Summer Serve: This summer from June 22-29, our high school ministry will be serving at Camp Fowler in Lake Pleasant, NY. We will be clearing trails, splitting firewood, installing metal roofs, and completing other various projects around the camp and community. We will also enjoy time hiking, canoeing, and worshiping together. This trip is open to all current high school students. Sign up here.
Power Connection: The Reformed Church in America hosts this summer event for current middle school students (grades 6-8) from July 26-28 in St Paul, MN. During this weekend, students and leaders hear from speakers and take part in worship with hundreds of other middle school students. We also spend an afternoon at Valleyfair amusement park. This trip is open to all current 6th-8th graders. Sign up here.
For more information, contact Bryce Vander Stelt.
Living God's Story in Community
God shows us that the ministry of Fellowship is better when we’re all in it together. So we invite you to join us. Not just in our attitude but also in the way we do ministry together. Here are some of the ways in which we might Belong, Grow, and Serve as an inter-generational body:
“Better Together” Integrated Sunday Experience: Every Sunday we gather as the body of Christ here at Fellowship Church. This year, the Sunday School curriculum has been intentionally chosen to integrate with the worship texts. This means every person who comes to Fellowship, no matter their age, will be engaging with the same scripture text. Our dream is that families will be more equipped to have faith-centered conversations around the stories and characters they meet in the Bible each and every week. These Sunday experiences will be enhanced by weekly devotionals to use at home.
All-Church Retreat: Mark your calendars for March 8-10 as the entire congregation will be invited and encouraged to participate in an inter-generational retreat that has something for everyone. We will eat together, worship together, and play together, all while growing closer to one another as fellow children of Christ.
Inter-Generational Service Opportunities: We are planning a number of opportunities for people of all ages to participate in service to our church, community and world together.
We invite you to become inspired and get involved! Are you ready to go all in for Christ through the ministry of Fellowship Church? After all, we’re better together.
You may have noticed a more colorful gallery when you enter the sanctuary. These windows are from our former sanctuary, built in 1966. We believe we're Better Together, not only when everyone one is involved, but also when we look at our past, present, and future.