New to Fellowship?
We’re glad you’re here! Visiting a new church can be overwhelming, but knowing what to expect can help make things easier.
Fellowship is one church with one mission in multiple locations (Benton, Cabot, Little Rock & Online). Each of our campuses share the same Biblical teaching presented through a video feed from the teaching team at the Little Rock campus. Together, we are a body of people who follow Jesus Christ together as we take His Gospel to our communities, state, country and world. We welcome you to worship with us at any of our locations!
Frequently Asked Questions
If you are interested in what Fellowship has to offer or are just starting to attend one of our campuses, here are some answers to the most common questions we receive from visitors and new members.
Who can attend?
Fellowship’s Sunday morning worship services are open for people of all ages and backgrounds. We welcome anyone and everyone, from those exploring the claims of Jesus Christ to those wanting to become more like Him.
What Can I expect on Sunday morning?
Worship services are at 9 am and 11 am each Sunday at the Benton, Cabot and Little Rock campuses.
The Benton and Cabot campuses each have one central worship center with live worship and livestream video for the message.
The Little Rock campus has three venues from which you can choose–the Worship Center, the Warehouse and the Chapel. Each of these venues offers a different worship style but has the same teaching. Look for our special guest parking spots in the west parking lot.
The Worship Center is our largest venue and provides a rich blend of hymns and contemporary worship and most often hosts the live teaching.
The Warehouse worship experience incorporates many contemporary elements.
The Chapel is our most traditional worship experience, which has hymns, communion and other elements that engage the more traditional worshiper.
Can’t join us at one of our campuses? The Online Campus offers a full and interactive worship experience anywhere you can connect to the Internet. Experience live worship and teaching, chat, take notes and request prayer – all online from home or away.
If you have any questions, find a greeter or visit the Connection Center.
What is fellowship's Style of teaching & preaching?
Our teaching time is focused on taking the deep truths of the Bible and explaining them in a manner that makes sense today. We spend most of the year preaching through books of the Bible, with occasional breaks for a topic-based series.
Are there classes for kids?
Yes. Parents can choose to bring their children into the worship service Sunday mornings or have them participate in Fellowship Kids (FSK) – a safe, fun, Bible-centered environment. FSK includes nursery through sixth grade students, with their own worship experience and a team of volunteers who are excited about investing your children.
IS THERE SOMETHING AVAILABLE FOR MY TEENAGER?
Our main gathering for teenagers is on Wednesday nights. We encourage students seventh grade and older to attend worship services with their family on Sundays. Fellowship Student Ministries (FSM) also has small groups your teenager may be interested in checking out.
is Fellowship handicap accessible?
Fellowship is compliant with handicap regulations, and has several locations in the worship center for wheelchairs or for those needing additional space. If you need assistance, see any of our greeters stationed at our entrances.
What should I wear?
We are pretty laid back at Fellowship. You are welcome to wear whatever you’d like – a suit and tie, dress and heels, jeans and a sweater or shorts and a t-shirt.
I've Been to Fellowship a few times & would like to learn more. What are some next steps?
Connection Center – Our Connection Center, located in the plaza, is a great place to meet our pastors and help you find out more about who we are and how you can get connected to community and ministry.
Fellowship Next – Whether you’re new to Fellowship or have been around a while, Fellowship Next is the perfect next step for anyone wanting to ask questions, meet leaders and learn about ministries and membership. Join us for light refreshments while we share Fellowship’s story, where we’re going, and how you can be a part.
What about small groups?
Our small groups are called Discipleship Groups, or D Groups, and are at the heart of Fellowship Bible Church. Stop by the Connection Center or check out the link below to find a group.