Kicking the week off at Railgarten, and ending it at the Levitt Shell, we want as many Fellowship people as possible to celebrate all that God has done over the past 15 years at fellowship. So RSVP today and get ready to party!
Lead Pastor John Bryson & longtime Fellowship Memphian Katie Moore on the history of Fellowship Memphis. These are the years 5 through 10. More to come…
Sunday Nights at Fellowship
There are three more weeks to join us for Sunday Nights at Fellowship this fall. You are welcome to jump in this week!
We have adult groups to connect with others and grow in the areas of: Race, Immigration, Marriage, Parenting and a study of Ecclesiastes. Alongside these options for adults, we offer programming for students and kids as well.
Sunday Nights at Fellowship are hosted at our East Memphis and Germantown Outposts from 5 to 7pm and are open to anyone. Please see all of the group options and sign up online at: fellowshipmemphis.org/nights.
Serving at the Memphis Union Mission – October 30th
Fellowship will be serving at the Memphis Union Mission (383 Poplar Ave, Memphis, TN 38105) on Tuesday evening, October 30, at 6pm. We are looking forward to this great opportunity and would love to have you and your families join us!
We will begin preparing and cooking the meal at 2pm, for those of you that are available to help with this portion. If you would like to help us serve the food you can arrive at 4:45pm. Of course you are welcome to experience it all! Hope to see you there!
Taught by Pastor Jason Cook. This 4-week dive into culture will seek to understand the cultural tools we use to understand the world. If culture is an iceberg, our conversations surrounding racial issues most often only address the tip. This class will use the historical and biblical foundation of Our Story Together to explore the underbelly of culture and how it drives our action or inaction in the face of injustice. Sign up online at fellowshipmemphis.org/nights
Welcoming the Stranger – Discovering and Living God’s Heart for Immigrants
Taught by Karen Spencer from World Relief Memphis. Immigration is one of the most complicated issues of our time. Voices on all sides argue strongly for action and change. Christians find themselves torn between the desire to uphold laws and the call to minister to the vulnerable. In this group, we will move beyond the rhetoric to offer a biblical, Christian response to immigration. Sign up online at fellowshipmemphis.org/nights.