Membership matters. We believe that the safest and most biblical place for every Christian is in the covenant membership of a local church. It was the assumed position of every believer in the New Testament. Biblically speaking, an essential element to being a Christian is to be committed to a local body of fellow believers.
We desire people who join with us in membership to understand who we are and where we are going, to share our dreams and our vision for the future.As a result we offer a number of avenues for getting to know our church as you move toward membership.Our membership process consists of the following:
At Fellowship Louisville we understand that finding a church home is a challenge. And as with any other major decision, you have a lot of questions. If you’re interested in joining Fellowship Louisville, or just finding out more about us, then Discover is for you.
Discover is a two-session introduction to the vision, values, and ministries of Fellowship Louisville. The goal of Discover is to give you a clear picture of who we are, what we believe, where we’re headed, and how we plan to get there.
The two sessions that make up Discover are offered on a rotating basis, with session one being held one month, and session two being held the next. You can also take the session in any order you like. So if the next Discover class offered is session two, we encourage you to jump right in. As an added convenience, all sessions are held during our Sunday service.
If you are interested in participating in Discover, please email Andrew Barlow at firstname.lastname@example.org to let him know you’re coming, and to receive more information. Below is a schedule for our Discover sessions for the remainder of 2013.
|June 16||Session 2|
|July 21||Session 1|
|August 18||Session 2|
|September 15||Session 1|
|October 20||Session 2|
|November 17||Session 1|
|December 15||Session 2|
An essential element of Fellowship Church is connection.We desire you to be connected with the leadership of our church.A vital part of our membership process is sitting down with one of the elders of our church so that we can know your story and you can know ours as well.
Baptism is an expected act of obedience for all followers of Jesus Christ.As such, we require all of our members to have publicly professed their faith as a believer through the obedient act of baptism.We practice baptism by immersion, the mode that best portrays the believer’s death, burial, and resurrection with Christ.