“Let us concentrate on the things which make for harmony and the growth of our fellowship together.” Romans 14:19 (Ph)
What is Fellowship? The Bible says the first-century believers “devoted themselves to the apostles’ teaching, and to fellowship” (Acts 2:42). The word “fellowship” comes from the Greek word koinonia. It can be translated, “partnership,” “communion,” or “fellowship.” When we place our faith in Christ, God becomes our Father, we become His children, other believers become our brothers and sisters and the church becomes our spiritual family. God intends for us to experience life together.
The Fellowship Ministry Team: Carol White, Jody Lovett.
Our Purpose: To provide opportunities for fellowship for the purpose of building relationships and encouraging the mutual care of one another as a family of faith.
Areas of Responsibility and Opportunity:
- Coffee Hour
- Wednesday Night Dinners
- Pau Hana Picnics
- Receptions; Christmas Eve, Thanksgiving Eve, Concerts, etc.
- Bridge Builders
- Dessert @ the Parsonage
- Off-Campus Luncheons
- Renewal of Membership
- Shut-ins (Members)
- Tracking Attendance
- Congregational Care & Shepherding
- Deacon’s Fellowship Fund
We Welcome Your Input: Any suggestions or ideas you may have for improving our Fellowship Ministries are welcome and should be directed to Dianne O’Steen.