Given the icy conditions of the parking lot, we have made the decision to not hold services at our Fellowship Germantown location this Sunday, January 14th, 2018.
There will be regular service at our other outposts – Collierville, East Memphis, and Downtown.
This Sunday we will continue our series focusing on Stewardship and the Gospel. With the start of the new year, we want to be asking ourselves how we can improve not just our own lives but also the lives of all of those around us. We want to be investing our lives for the Glory of God and the good of others.
During this fall we hit maximum capacity for Fellowship Kids. So we’re going to two services here at East Memphis on January 28th. We would dissolve the 10 am service and go to a 9 am & 11 am.
We want to offer regular Equipping Classes to prepare you as a minister of the gospel for your everyday life. Below are the classes which are open to our church and others around the city this semester. Sign up online at fellowshipmemphis.org/classes.
Women’s Class – Discerning God’s Voice led by Nancy Holcomb. Tuesday Nights, January 23 to February 6 (3 Weeks). 6 to 8 pm.
Parenting Class – Grace Based Parenting: Four Freedoms. Monday Nights, February 26 and March 5 (2 Weeks). 7 to 9 pm.
Financial Peace University – Sunday mornings, January 28 to March 25 (9 weeks). 11 am to 12:30 pm.
Join a group this year to connect, grow, and serve together around the city. Sign up online at fellowshipmemphis.org/groups.
- DNA Groups – Fellowship DNA for Newcomers. Meeting weekly for four weeks, beginning Sunday night, January 28. Childcare is available.
- Growth Groups – Groups for growth and training. Meeting weekly for nine weeks, beginning the week of January 28. (Discipleship and Marriage Groups available this semester.)
- Fellowship Groups – Ongoing groups for everyone. Meeting monthly and living together as a family on mission around the city.
Questions about Groups at Fellowship Memphis? Please contact Brian McCurry at [email protected].
Race Equipping Class: Our Story Together
Each of us has a story of how living in a racialized society has impacted our lives. This class will seek to explain and bring clarity to the biblical and historical forces that have shaped this society. Pastors John Bryson and Jason Cook will co-teach this class.
Our hope through this 6-week course is to equip people to think deeply about issues of race as well as how the gospel impacts everyday life. For more information, visit fellowshipmemphis.org/raceclass.
Date: Sundays, 1/7 to 2/11. (6 weeks)
Time: 5 to 7pm.
Location: FM East Memphis Outpost, Harding Academy Auditorium, 1100 Cherry Rd, Memphis, TN 38117.
*No childcare available