Explore our various outlets for facilitating your growth into a part of the body Christ.
Meet the staff & others, learn more about Fellowship and find out how you can get connected into the life giving ministries offered here during this 15 minute reception following worship services. We host Connect Point every 4-5 weeks. Check out the calendar to see when the next one is happening.
For anyone interested in knowing how to be a member and what that means for you and for the church, this class is designed just for you. It meets during one of the morning services.
If you are new to Christianity or just have questions about what we believe and why we do what we do, this is the perfect next step for you. This class will quickly answer questions about salvation, baptism, the Bible and the mission of God.
Our greatest passion as a church is that people would know and experience God’s saving grace in their life. Real life, found in Christ, is eternal and abundant. It comes from trusting in Jesus- His perfect life, His costly death, and His victorious resurrection. For those who trust in Christ, the first call to obedience is to declare that faith through baptism.
Every area of ministry has a team. We believe that every person is uniquely gifted to bless and build up the church when they maximize their potential in serving. A few great places to start serving: Experience Team [greeting, parking, etc], Kid’s Depot & missions.
Our small community groups are an essential ministry of Fellowship Church. Groups meet on different nights in different locations, all with the purpose of providing a place to experience Biblical community- a place to belong and believe.
Gender specific groups of 3-5 believers who meet together weekly for the purpose of accelerated spiritual transformation.
To start your D-group, register your group HERE.
We give as an act of worship and obedience, believing that everything we have is a gift from God. We use every resource given to fulfill our vision of bringing real life in Christ to Ascension Parish and to meet the needs of people who are hurting and broken.