What are fellowship groups?

One of the most valuable blessings of belonging to a church family is the opportunity to enjoy fellowship together in both the corporate worship services and in our day to day lives (Acts 2:46-47). Our Fellowship Groups are one of the ways that we intentionally set aside time, in our homes, for the distinct purpose of Christian fellowship together.

These small groups are made up of men and women, singles, couples, and families with children. Some groups are multi-generational, while others are more life-stage oriented. All of our fellowship groups meet together to eat, to pray, share testimonies, read scripture, and simply enjoy one another's friendship. 

In addition our worship gatherings, Fellowship Groups help us as a church honor the teaching of Hebrews 10:24-25 to faithfully assemble together.

  • Fellowship groups provide relational connection--And let us consider one another.
  • Fellowship groups provide spiritual accountability--To stir up love and good works.
  • Fellowship groups provide biblical fellowship--Not forsaking the assembling of ourselves together.
  • Fellowship groups provide personal encouragement--Exhorting one another so much the more.


Fellowship Groups meet on the first Sunday afternoon of each month, and the exact times vary dependent on the group leader. These groups meet geographically in the homes of church leaders around our city. You can find groups in Charlotte, Concord, Harrisburg, Mint Hill, Indian Trail, and other locations. Children are encouraged to attend with their parents to enjoy fellowship with other children, and teenagers are invited to attend their own fellowship on these same days with our Teen Equip ministry. 


Joining a Fellowship Group is easy. Simply fill out the form below. You can request to attend a specific group or we can help you find the one that is the best fit for you or your family. Either way, once you submit the form a group leader will contact you shortly with the details of their next Fellowship Group meeting.