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Fellowship Germantown

Our service starts at 10:00 am on Sunday mornings. You’re invited to come as you are, whether it’s in a suit or shorts. People will begin arriving 10-15 minutes before the service starts to grab a seat.

Fellowship Memphis is a Gospel-Centered, Disciple-Making, Multi-Ethnic church ready to partner with you and spread the gospel alongside you.

First Time Guests:

If you’re a guest with us at Germantown, we would like to invite you to a free lunch immediately following the service. We would like to take just a few minutes to get to know who you are and give you a brief introduction to our church and who we are.  Specific instructions will be given during the worship service from the pastor.

Meeting Space:

We meet at St. George’s Elementary School.  The building has a large chapel where we hold our worship service.

Parking:

St. George’s has its own parking lot which runs alongside the playground.  There is additional parking behind the playground.

For the Kids:

Children aged 6th grade and up are invited to worship together with their parents on Sunday mornings.  We provide a Fellowship Kids experience for 5th grade and younger. We use St. George’s existing classrooms for our children’s space.

In their Fellowship Kids classes, your children will engage in activities similar to that Sunday’s morning worship service. They will have a large group time for singing songs and Bible teachings. And a small group time with other children their age for playing games, crafts and personal interaction with our Fellowship Kids Team.

Jason Cook
Outpost Pastor

jason-cook

Germantown Outpost

Meets at 10:00 AM
St. George’s Independent Elementary School
8250 Poplar Avenue
Germantown, TN 38138

Germantown Team

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