Loving God and our neighbor is expressed through Christian fellowship. The word fellowship is more than a subjective feeling. It’s a reality that Christians have through membership in the body of Christ (1 Cor. 12:13; 2 Cor. 13:14). It suggests not only being together, but providing for one another (Lk. 2:42-45; Rom. 15:25-26).
We believe that fellowship is important in growing together as members of God’s household. After the end of worship, we go over to the school building for a time of coffee and conversation. The first Sunday of every month, we eat lunch together and grow in our relationships. Some Sunday evenings, we gather together to do things like make pizzas, play games, sing hymns, and pray together. Visitors are always welcome.
We also have fellowship opportunities other days of the week. Midweek meetings offer potluck dinners and personal conversations. Men’s breakfasts are held monthly at local restaurants. Other occasions include frisbee in park, ice cream socials, annual picnics, and “cookies and carols”.