sundays at fellowship

Services at 9:15 & 11:00am

What to Expect on Sunday

What are our Service Times?

Sunday Morning Services
9:15am & 11:00am
In the Worship Center and Online

Where do I park?

Most of our parking lot is convenient to the entrances and our welcome desk in the main lobby called Connecting Point. If you have children attending our Kids Ministry, please park in the back parking lot for more direct access to our Kids Welcome area.

What about My kids?

Please enter through our south lobby doors at the back of the building, and you will find the Fellowship Kids welcome desk to your left. Volunteers are available at our Fellowship Kids Welcome Desk to receive basic information about your kid, assign security tags, answer questions and escort kids to their classes. Security volunteers monitor fellowship Kids hallways for the safety of our kids.

We highly suggest arriving 15 minutes prior to our service to allow enough time to check-in, drop your children off and make it into the worship center.

We love meeting new families and hope to make your first experience with us as comfortable and welcoming as possible

What do my older kids do?

We invite students to take their next steps by being a place where anyone can belong, before they say, do, or believe the right things. This is a place where you can belong.

During the school year, Middle School Ministry meets every week on Sunday at 11:00am for our Sunday Gatherings. We would love for you to join us in the Student Ministry Worship Center. MSM Life Groups meet in homes around Knoxville on Wednesday evenings.

High School Ministry meets on Wednesday evenings from 6:30-8:30pm in the Student Building. Join us for worship, teaching, and LifeGroups.

The entrance to our Student Building is on the east side of the building.

How do we practice Communion?

Communion is worship through reverent remembrance. It is a direct and obedient response to one of Jesus’ last instructions to his disciples. While we would not say that it is a means of obtaining God's grace, we would say that God's grace abounds as we focus on and worship the Savior.

By taking a piece of the bread and dipping it into the offered cup we acknowledge a view on which Paul called of first importance, the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ, the Son of God.

Because we believe that Communion is an ordinance of the Church, we believe it is for confessing believers only. We would ask that non-believers and children who have not yet confessed Christ abstain from coming to the table. Instead use this time to talk about the need for faith and public proclamation of that faith when coming to Christ.

Communion is typically served the first Sunday of the month.

what do i wear? 

At Fellowship, we hope you feel the freedom to come as you are. Most of our community wears casual attire, but you are welcome to wear anything that makes you comfortable.

Connecting Point

If you are new to Fellowship and looking for ways to connect, come see us at Connecting Point in the lobby. Whether you need help getting your children checked into Kids Ministry or you just have questions about our church, our Connections Team is here to help. 

Where is Fellowship?

8000 Middlebrook Pike, Knoxville, TN  37909
(865) 470-9800

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