Small groups at Fellowship church are known as K-groups and they function as a very important part of Fellowship Church. The name “K-groups” comes from  the biblical word for “fellowship” (koinonia) as expressed in Acts 2:42 which describes the dynamic life of the early church: “And they devoted themselves to the apostle’s teaching, to the fellowship, to the breaking of bread, and to prayer.”

It is our desire that our K-groups will be modeled after the “Koinonia” of the early church as described in these beginning chapters of the book of Acts. These groups meet weekly during the fall and spring semesters to do what the first Christians were doing – be devoted to the word of God (through Bible study), be devoted to fellowship (sharing life together), be devoted to the breaking of bread (meals and the Lord’s Supper), and be devoted to prayer (for the church and one another).

Our K- groups will become your extended family where relationships grow deep. So, why not connect with a Fellowship Church K-group? We want you to come just as you are. We would consider it a great privilege to join you in your spiritual journey and together discover and experience God. If you are interested in being apart of a K-Group, click here to give us some information about yourself.