Joining With Us
In the days of the early church, when people came to faith in Christ they were immediately baptized and added to the local church. Here at Fellowship we follow this New Testament pattern. If you have trusted in Jesus as your Savior (to learn what this means see Knowing Jesus), then God's desire for you is that you would be baptized and join with a local assembly of His people. We would be delighted to have you become a part of our church family.

Those who accepted [Peter's] message were
baptized, and about three thousand were
added to their number that day.
Acts 2:41

The Bible teaches that everyone who comes to faith in Christ should be baptized by immersion in water. Believer's baptism is an outward symbol of God's work in giving the sinner new life in Jesus Christ. It demonstrates the believer's devotion to Christ, and his/her commitment to serving Him in the local church.

If you know Jesus as Savior, but have not yet been baptized, please contact us to arrange a time to meet with two of our Pastors and Deacons. Upon their recommendation, a date will be set for your baptism

The local church occupies a unique position in God's program for this age, for it is within and through the local assembly that God intends for believers to carry out Christ's command to make disciples of all nations. Therefore, God's will is that each of His children would commit themselves to the advance of the gospel through formal identification with a local church.

In keeping with the New Testament pattern, those who are baptized at Fellowship are immediately presented to the congregation as candidates for membership. If you have already been baptized, please contact us to express you desire to join Fellowship. We will provide you with a "New Member Information Sheet" for you to complete, and arrange a meeting for you with two of our Pastors and Deacons. Upon their recommendation, you will be presented to the congregation as a candidate for membership.