Fellowship East Memphis
Our services starts at 9:00 & 11:00 am on Sunday mornings. We are strategically located in the center of the city to serve a wide community in Memphis. Perhaps your family is located in the East Memphis. Maybe you’re a midtowner or an uptowner. Or you might be someone who just wants to worship and serve where you work throughout the week.
Whatever the case, Fellowship Memphis is a Gospel-Centered, Disciple-Making, Multi-Ethnic church ready to partner with you and spread the gospel alongside you.
We meet at Harding Academy on Cherry Road. The building has a large auditorium where we hold our worship service and classrooms where we host childcare (Fellowship Kids) each week.
Parking can be found at Harding Academy and the adjoining Harding School of Theology.
For the Kids:
For those in 5th Grade and below, we offer our Fellowship Kids classes. Each week, we transform Harding Academy’s existing classrooms into spaces that meet the needs of the children of our church.
In Fellowship Kids, your children will learn how the Word of God is true and points to the finished work of Jesus on our behalf. Our nursery, preschool, and elementary kids worship God through singing and prayer each week. They learn what the Bible says about who God is, who they are, and what Jesus has done through lessons that are catered to their ages. They also have the opportunity to express what they’ve learned through games and crafts, led by our Fellowship Kids team members.
Children aged 6th Grade and up are invited to worship alongside their parents on Sunday mornings, as we believe that it is crucial for our students to experience the corporate worship experience weekly.
If you or any members of your family special needs, we would love to serve you. One unique thing about our East Memphis Outpost is that we have a deaf and hard of hearing ministry. If you are deaf or hard of hearing, we provide a sign language interpreter at our service on Sundays.
East Memphis Outpost
9:00 & 11:00 am
1100 Cherry Road
Memphis, TN 38117
East Memphis Team
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