Friday, April 27, 6-9pm and
Saturday, April 28, 8am-noon
Jesus said "I am the light of the world." Have you ever wondered what light really is - from a physics standpoint? Is it possible that light represents God in many wondrous ways you've never heard about? Join us for Faith & Physics, a free class taught by Rodger Price.
Join us April 26 for a concert that will include art in many forms. The music of Ralph Vaughan Williams will be sung by Jordan Clegg, accompanied by Linda Milanowski and Vonnie Ritsema, with music by Eddie Garcia, scripture performances by Hannah Barker Nickolay and Jackson Nickolay, and art from Fellowship's Artist Cohort.
The concert is FREE and open to the public and accessible to all ages. Reception to follow.
What: The Great Fellowship Get-Together (also know as lunch and the Congregational Meeting) (Click here for a copy of the letter that was mailed out.)
Where: The Gym of Fellowship Church
When: Sunday, April 22 at 11:15am
Why: Because being together is important. Because it will be fun. And because sometimes it's time to take care of business.
Who: YOU! We need at least 161 warm-bodied members of Fellowship and would love a whole lot more!
Who else: A possible appearance from some "special" guests
- Opening prayer and devotions
- Declaration of a quorum (161 confirmed members needed)
- Approval of the minutes from our April 30, 2017 congregational meeting. Click here to review the minutes.
- Pastor search team update
- Motion to receive absentee ballots
- New Consistory members
- Thank you to our outgoing Consistory members
- Election of the whole number (single slate) of Elders, Deacons, & President
- Introduction of the nominees
- Motion to elect the single slate of candidates
- Proposed 2018/2019 ministry spending plan presentation and Motion to approve
- See the proposed spending plan by clicking here
- Closing prayer and adjournment
NOTE: Because of the weather cancellation on Sunday, a special informational meeting will be held on Tuesday, April 17, at 6:30pm in the Atrium. Please attend if you have any questions, concerns, or feedback.
Watch this video to learn more about what will be covered at the meeting.
The High School Ministry annual garage sale is a fundraiser for our summer serve trip to Houston, Texas. We invite you to take part in this event with us.
If you have any items to donate, they can be brought to the Youth Center starting March 25.
If you have larger items or need help transporting items to church, please contact Bryce Vander Stelt at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Join us for the Easter story and an outdoor egg hunt for children through 5th grade. Use Entrance A near the bell tower and come to the Atrium to grab some yummy treats first.
If it rains, we will have the hunt inside. You may use your own basket or get a bag from church.
This is a great family event, invite friends and neighbors too!
Join us for Sunday morning worship, which will include our impromptu Children's Christmas Pageant.
Nursery is available through age 3, but children of any age are invited to wear or borrow a costume for our annual impromptu Christmas Pageant. We will need shepherds, angels, wise men, kings, donkeys, cows, camels, doves, sheep, and stars. The Mary and Joseph parts will be filled ahead of time. We have a good selection of costumes and props, but feel free to wear something from home!
No 8:30am Service
The holidays can be a difficult time when you are experiencing loss or grief. Sometimes this is a death, sometimes the loss of a job, the experience of aging, a broken relationship, or a family member's sickness. Fellowship's Blue Christmas service is for anyone experiencing sadness during the holidays. Join us for a quiet service of music and prayer as we journey through darkness and look to Christ for light.
Join us for a Discussion of When the Emperor Was Divine by Julie Otsuka, this year's Holland Area Big Read book.
“When the Emperor Was Divine” follows one Japanese family uprooted from its Berkeley home after the start of World War II. After being delivered to a racetrack in Utah, they are forcibly relocated to an internment camp. They spend two harrowing years there before returning to a home far less welcoming than it was before the war. Using five distinct but intertwined perspectives, Otsuka's graceful prose evokes the family's range of responses to internment. Culminating in a final brief and bitter chapter, Otsuka's novel serves as a requiem for moral and civic decency in times of strife and fragmentation.