sunday nights at fellowship

Sunday Nights at Fellowship will offer classes and groups for all age groups: adults, youth, and children.

Hosted at our Fellowship Germantown Outpost
St. George’s Independent School
8250 Poplar Ave, Germantown, TN 38138

Please sign up all adults, youth, and children participating below

Dinner is provided for everyone

*DNA Groups for Collierville and Germantown Outposts are meeting 1/19, 1/26, 2/9 and 2/16 at Sunday Nights at Fellowship

*DNA Groups for Downtown and East Memphis Outposts are meeting 1/19, 1/26, 2/9 and 2/16 at our Church Offices

Join us for 6 weeks beginning in January
January 19 – March 1 (Skipping 2/2)

5:00-7:00 pm

Adult Groups and Classes

DNA Groups will begin on January 19 and meet for four sessions this spring semester. Dinner and childcare are provided.

  • Downtown and East Memphis Outposts will meet at our Church Offices.
  • Collierville and Germantown Outposts will meet at our Germantown Outpost (St. George’s School).

Are you a newcomer to Fellowship Memphis? Our DNA Groups are for you. Each group gathering will be led by our Pastors, staff and church leaders. DNA groups will help you learn more about who we are as a church and how you can begin living out the values that we are most passionate about. You will also have the opportunity to connect with other newcomers to Fellowship Memphis.

Dinner and childcare are provided. Please register any children when you sign up for planning purposes.

Sign Up For DNA Groups

DNA Groups will begin on January 19 and meet for four sessions this spring semester. Dinner and childcare are provided.

  • Downtown and East Memphis Outposts will meet at our Church Offices.
  • Collierville and Germantown Outposts will meet at our Germantown Outpost (St. George’s School).

Are you a newcomer to Fellowship Memphis? Our DNA Groups are for you. Each group gathering will be led by our Pastors, staff and church leaders. DNA groups will help you learn more about who we are as a church and how you can begin living out the values that we are most passionate about. You will also have the opportunity to connect with other newcomers to Fellowship Memphis.

Dinner and childcare are provided. Please register any children when you sign up for planning purposes.

Sign Up For DNA Groups

Taught by Pastor Seth Jones

Church history allows us to understand why the church thinks, acts, and speaks the way that it does today. It answers the questions “how did we get here?” and “why are things the way they are?“. Church history also allows us to see our own time with a fresh perspective. We can see where we have improved and perhaps where we have gone astray. It enables us to see where we have neglected obedience to the whole counsel of God in favor of particular ideas, emphases and practices. We live in a cultural moment that can seem chaotic and confrontative towards the Church and its people. Join us for 6 weeks for History of Christian Doctrine as we journey through church history and doctrine and be comforted and challenged by this truth: if the history of the church teaches us anything, it is that Jesus Christ is faithful to his promise. He will build his church and the gates of hell will not stand against it.

Supplemental reading: Justo Gonzalez, Church History, An Essential Guide (Nashville: Abingdon Press, 1996). The kindle version of this book is not recommended based on formatting. 

Sign Up For History of Christian Doctrine

Stress and anxiety are common threads for women regardless of life season, vocational commitment or marital status. Is there relief for this seemingly endless cycle? This class will combine truth from Scripture, stories from women “in process” and practical application steps to move us toward Gospel rhythms – rhythms that nudge our souls from stress to peace and anxiety to purpose. Together we will laugh and reflect, rest and risk, create and connect. We will learn together how to live the life that is longing to live in us.

Register for Women’s Class

Taught by Pastors Claude Atcho, Brian McCurry and Jason Cook

Men have often been told to be good men, but what does it mean to be good at being a man? As men of God we are called to be men with a holy affection for Christ and his church. But how do we do that? To accomplish this we must have an unrivaled devotion to Jesus. This class will equip men with spiritual disciplines to be men of consequence who are trained to be good at being godly men. Pastors Claude Atcho, Brian McCurry, and Jason Cook will team teach through 6 disciplines essential for godly men.

Weekly topics will include: Gospel-Centered Life, Meditation and Prayer, Bible Study and Journaling, Silence and Solitude, Sharing God’s Story and Your Story with Others, and Rest.

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