Classes Re-open March 7th!
Elementary Worship Service
We are so happy to welcome your children back to their classes! We are working to keep both children and leaders as safe and healthy as possible as everyone returns. Class sizes may be a bit smaller during each service; but will be utilizing every available space so that we can welcome as many children as possible.
Our security check-in system is for children ages birth through 6th grade. Safety is a priority to us. All of our volunteers have had a background check and have been trained in our safety procedures. For more information, please email a staff member.
Visitors please check-in at the Children’s booth in the Worship Center foyer and a volunteer will be happy to help you find your child’s classroom. To save time on your first visit, click the button below to register your children online ahead of time.
Our Early Childhood classes are designed to help our children (newborn to pre-k) find and follow Jesus! Our desire is that we partner with families in this journey.
For our infant and toddler classes, please bring along: 2-3 disposable diapers or pull-ups, change of clothing, bottle or pacifier, if needed. Please be sure to label all the items you bring and let the teacher know any helpful information about your child, especially if your child has any allergies.
Our curriculum is currently online for our early childhood families (go to Family Resources). Early Childhood at Fellowship Rogers consists of children from birth to pre-kindergarten. The curriculum is set to guide parents as they help their children learn a new story of the Bible each week. The online resources will help kids as they hear the Bible story, sing, do crafts, learn a verse (using sign language) and other activities that will relate to the story for the week.
This is a special time at Fellowship. The dedication is a public expression that parents will raise their child in a godly home with the support of the church. There is a mandatory class for parents who will be participating. The dedication is usually held three times throughout the year. Announcements and registration will be available online prior to the scheduled dedications.
For more info, contact Megan Mattler.
Three times a year (February, May, and October) Parent/Child Dedications are held in the Sunday morning services. This is a special time at Fellowship. The dedication is a public expression that parents will raise their child in a godly home with the support of the church. Prior to the dedication there is a mandatory class for parents who will be participating.
For more info, contact Megan Higerd.
NOTE: Due to Covid, many age group locations have been modified to increase social distancing capacity.
Grades K-1: Children’s Center, 2nd floor.
Grades 2-3: Student Center Central.
Grades 4-5: Student Center East
Grade 6: Family Center, 2nd floor.
Each Ministry offers a large group and small group experience.
Large Groups: Provides worship and age appropriate teaching.
Small Groups: A small group of kids who are the same age, same town and same gender who are known, loved and pointed to Jesus
If you have a child who wants to be baptized, contact our Family Ministry team at 479-659-3604 and ask to have your child interviewed by one of our elementary leaders. They will help assure that your child is ready for this important step and can arrange for the baptism.
For more info, contact Jodie Clements.
Each of our retreats are held at New Life Ranch in Colcord, OK. We do not want finances to be a barrier for attendance at one of our retreats. If you need assistance in paying for a retreat, please contact Beth Kenyon to discuss scholarships.
One-Night Retreat for 5th & 6th GradeFirst Weekend of MarchCost: $80We plan this retreat in partnership with Fellowship Fayetteville. 5th and 6th graders from each town come together with their individual small groups and leaders to worship, play, and connect.
Day Camp for Entire FamiliesAnnually in MayCost: $25 Per PersonJoin us for a day full of fun, laughter and time to connect with other families in your community and the Lord. It is open to any family with at least one child in K-6th grade.
Family Worship happens on the 5th Sunday of the month in the Family Center Auditorium at 9:30 and 11:00am. It is a time for families with children K-6th grade to worship together as a family.
3rd & 4th Grade Parent/Child CampIn the FallCost: $99 for one parent and one childThis one-night retreat is designed to give you some valuable one-on-one time with your 3rd/4th grader while connecting with other families from Fellowship.
Fellowship’s Kids Day Out is a Christ-centered weekday ministry at the Rogers Campus that partners with families in early childhood education. We provide age-appropriate activities to encourage both educational and spiritual growth. We incorporate the Bible with Arkansas framework guidelines to help prepare your child for Kindergarten. Our music leader provides songs and instruments for all students in a group setting.
The Special Needs Ministry (One-2-One) exists to provide a Gospel-centered, inclusive environment for individuals with specific needs. We not only want to serve these individuals but also partner with their families as they participate in the life of the church.
We want to help any child or student who faces unique challenges related to physical, mental, behavioral, medical, or emotional needs that would benefit from additional support, helping enable them to hear the Gospel and fully participate in the mission of Fellowship.
In most situations, we use the buddy system where the individual is matched with a high school or adult buddy who will provide individual care in a classroom of peers or in our One-2-One area.
Do I need to contact the church prior to attending in order to have a buddy available?
Yes. We work to best understand each individual’s special needs and how we can best support your family. After talking with our coordinator, we can work to develop a plan that fits your family best. We will send you a form that helps us better understand your individual family’s needs.
What does a buddy do?
Buddies simply act as a helper. They are an extra volunteer who helps when necessary and to the degree necessary. The primary goal of our buddies is to provide an environment where people of all needs can hear the Gospel in a way that is clear to them.
Who do I contact to get involved in One-2-One?
Adria Trombley is our One-2-One Coordinator. He would love to connect with you to help put together a plan to provide support for your child. Please email [email protected] to find out more information and get the needed forms.
Do you offer any other support for families with uniquely abled children or dependant adults?
Yes! Our Rogers Campus is a rEcess and bEfriend site, organized by 99Balloons. Visit our Special Needs webpage to learn more!