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At Fellowship, our entire ministry is built on two pillars – worship and community. We believe this creates the best environment for life-change to happen. Community is not a small group meeting that works through curriculum; rather, it's people connecting with each other, around Jesus and His truth. Let's not settle for anything less than this kind of connection!
Discover Fellowship is a great way to get connected at Fellowship. It is also a great place to hear not only what we do at Fellowship and how we do it, but why we do it. Discover Fellowship consists of nine sessions: three large gatherings and six small group sessions.
A Community Group is a small group in your city/neighborhood, typically meeting in a home two to four evenings per month. Groups vary by life stage and topic of study. Some groups coordinate childcare or include children in the study, while others are for adults only.
Within a Fellowship small group, each person will discover a place to:
Belong - Connect with other Fellowship families within your city/neighborhood.Grow - The greenhouse environment for spiritual growth, centered on God’s Word.Serve - A group of people who band together to serve others in their community, reaching out to those without Christ, reproducing disciples of Christ, and releasing leaders to play their part in fulfilling the Great Commission.
Our focus is to equip women to know and express the authentic Christ in their homes, workplaces, and communities. We join ranks with many women across Northwest Arkansas and the world, striving to make Jesus and His Kingdom the number one priority. The more we know of Him, the more we become like Him. The more we become like Him, the more we can share Him. The more we share Him, the more others know Him and the cycle begins again and again.
Our small groups help women connect and build new relationships through the study of God's Word while challenging and encouraging one another. KidsTime children’s program is offered during many of our studies (for a nominal fee) so that moms can bring their young children.
Women's discipleship is truth and life shared in the context of authentic relationship for the purpose of multiplication. A spiritually older woman in Christ (discipler) teaches and models how to live a godly faith-filled life to a spiritually younger woman (disciplee).
Throughout the year, we have various opportunities to connect with other women. Monthly coffeehouses as well as our annual Fall Retreat will help you grow spiritually, be refreshed and encouraged, while forming deeper friendships.
Our vision is that each man will have a small group of men that are in his life to help him “finish well.” These small groups can form in various ways: through existing relational connections, out of a community group, and with the help of a community pastor.
Throughout the year men are gathering weekly to grow spiritually and share in each other’s lives in a small group setting. These gatherings are regionally focused and organized by the community pastors.
Each community organizes a men’s retreat throughout the year. These weekends are designed for men from all walks of life to gather and deepen their relationship with the Lord.
Wanting to be disciplined or find more information about discipleship materials?
Contact Mike Mulvayney
We desire for all of Fellowship’s people to mature in their relationship with Christ, be trained for ministry, and then be released into a ministry that fits their God given gifts and passions. From greeting new faces, to leading a small group, to helping behind the scenes, we have a place for you!
Northwest Arkansas is blessed with a myriad of resourcing organizations that exist to meet the physical, emotional, and spiritual needs of those hurting in our region. You can serve these Community Partners as an individual, as a family, or with your small group. Be the hands and feet of Christ within our community.
Leaders serving oversees need the care and support of our church! When they visit NWA, we support them through on-campus housing that we call “The Village.” Meet tangible and relational needs including hospitality, preparing their homes, picking teams up at the airport, and helping teams feel supported and cared for while they are with us.