FAQ

Find the answers to the questions that may be
on your mind. If you have any additional queries,
please feel free to reach out to us at any time.

Find the answers to the questions that may be on your mind. If you have any additional queries, please feel free to reach out to us at any time.

When is your Sunday worship service?

We gather for corporate worship at 10 am every Sunday. We rarely cancel the service due to severe weather, so if such a situation arises, please check your local TV stations for up-to-date information.

What kind of things do you do in your worship service?

Our service is all about what glorifies God. We sing, pray, read and teach the Scripture, and make use of opportunities to minister to each other’s needs—all with the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit as our focus.

How should I dress to attend your worship service?

We don’t major in appearance. Modest clothing is always a good choice for any public gathering, but we’d rather you be here honestly seeking God than be dressed to a particular standard. 

Some prefer to dress up and some prefer to dress casually, so we think you’ll feel comfortable no matter what you choose!  

Apart from Sunday, do you meet for worship during the week?

We meet in smaller groups, called community groups, during the week to worship and learn about God together. Some groups meet in people’s homes, while some meet at the church. Click here to find out more!

What kind of outreach is the church involved in?

Currently, we support a family involved in missions in Uruguay as well as another ministry in Boston. We support other ministries when we have the opportunity and join with other churches to conduct local outreach initiatives.

Several of our members are involved in regular volunteer outreaches within the community, which include serving the elderly and the homeless. Click here to find out more about our various outreach ministries.

How can I be involved in outreach missions?

We appreciate your interest in serving with us. The more people, the better! The easiest way to find out more about the opportunities available through the church is to contact our outreach coordinator, Adrienne Albani.

What do you offer for babies and toddlers on Sunday morning?

We’re committed to giving parents the opportunity to sit uninterrupted during the sermon. Therefore, we offer a nursery where babies and toddlers up to age 2 are looked after by caring volunteers.

What do you offer for children on Sunday morning?

All our kids remain in the service during the musical worship. As we transition to the sermon, we offer DiscipleLand class for children from age 3 to grade 1. 

We also offer Catechism class for kids from grades 2 to 5 on the second and third Sundays of the month. On the remaining Sundays, this class joins the adult worship service. These kids are given clipboards with materials to take notes during the sermon.

With whom do I talk if I want to know more?

Our children’s and youth ministry coordinators, Josh and Amanda Bowlds, would love to hear from you! Write to them at youth@fellowshipindedham.org. You can also click here for more details about our children’s ministry.

Who goes to your church?

Anyone who wants to! Yes, seriously! 

You’ll notice that our congregation has a wide range of ages, ethnicities, and spiritual backgrounds represented. Everyone is at a different place in their walk with God, and we enjoy learning from each other and growing together.

What does it mean to be a member?

At Fellowship, we desire an active, engaged membership. If you’re considering becoming a member, we ask that you attend a short class to learn the biblical principles that inform church membership. 

Basically, membership is a commitment to being an active part of and supporting a community of believers.

How do I become a member of your church?

It’s really pretty easy. The first step is to speak with Pastor Stephen. You can catch him on a Sunday, or you can contact the church office to make an appointment. 

After that, if you decide to move forward, you’ll take a class (either with a group of other prospective members or with the elders). On completion of the class, you’ll be presented to the church by the elders as a new member.