We felt the presence of God when we walked into the building. The worship time gave me goose bumps, the message was spoken directly to my situation and the people and pastors were as real as it gets. Thank you! We have found our Church home.
Like attending fellowship, but this memorial day service left me felling sad. Sad that we have a church full of men and women who have faithfully served this country , service that comes at great personal sacrifice and yet our veterans went unrecognized. This is memorial day, the one time a year in which we should pay special attention to those who have protected our liberty and freedoms, like freedom to worship Jesus . Just remember freedom isn't free, it comes a great price, and we should have honored those who have sacrificed.
We are praying on what to do. I went to Faith Landmarks Ministries in Richmond Virginia and trying to top that is a little hard. went from 2008 to 2010 to Fellowship Church it's nice not bad review here, just looking. Got Jesus need a home church. Be Soooo Blessed allayall
We started going to Fellowship Church when it was meeting at the Avalon theater. My husband Jim was in the choir and I worked with 5 year olds. We were there every Wednesday and Sunday unless we were out of town. Pastor Hooper was the most dynamic speaker I had ever heard. I loved the Wednesday night services. Several years later when the Wednesday night services stopped we started going to another church that had a Wednesday night service because it was the only time our grandsons went to church and we wanted them to go. We eventually started going there on the weekends also. When we left Fellowship church we had no hard feelings and no animosity towards anyone. I am not the same Martha that wrote the review of April 26 who was looking for a new church because the pastor let her down. We have been going to another church for over 2 years. We weren't even living in Colorado 17 years ago (the length of time she was going to Fellowship). A co-worker who is a member of Fellowship brought that review to my attention thinking it was me and I just wanted to clear that up in case anyone else I know may be reading this. I didn't even know there was a place to write a church review. There are many wonderful churches in our valley and people go to different churches for all kinds of reasons. Pastor Hooper had relevant messages that were a great help to me on many occasions. As long as you go to a church that is preaching and teaching God's Word and you are growing in Him, that is where you need to be.
I felt the presence of God the moment I walked through the doors. I was greeted from people who were just like me and then walked into a beautiful building that felt like home. The music was wonderful with a professional sounding band and then on of the pastor's taught a message that sounded like they had been following me around all week. I loved the way that they presented the bible message. This place is real. I'm home.
I read in another review of the church on another website and they summed it up really well..."Too much drama and not enough Jesus." After months and months of giving this place a chance to blow my mind with Biblical truth, I found that it was really obvious to tell when a pastor had not done his or her homework on particular passages of the Bible. This has to be the most important thing. Yes, tithing is important...but it is not the only thing Christ wants for the church. I fear that if Fellowship does not step it up, they will fall hard.
I liked some of their creativity with their messages but they are definitiely a click forming large organization. The clicks I believe are developed from the ranks of who donates the most money quickest.They seem to ask for money in every service. I have actually been to churches where teaching the word of God is more impoortant than how much money they get out of their congregations.
They do have big fancy facilities which is fine but lets not forget Jesus was born in a manger.
I witnessed their arrogance from within on many occaions. Many of them are the types of people that give Christianity a bad name. They judge you by who you are and how much money you might have not by what you are.
In comment to a couple of reviews I wanted to add my own!
First of all, tithing is a Biblical principle that never changes. Tithing is the act of giving 1/10 of your income as a sacrifice to God, which keeps our hearts off our money and on God. Tithing is not giving here and there and therefore a request of the pastor's, it is instead a command in the Bible, and our pastor's (not just this church's but all of God's church's) who are entrusted with the responsibility and weight of teaching and shepherding to TEACH this principle to the people in their care. It is an act of faith and obedience that brings with it blessings that you cannot describe unless you do it. It is a matter of importance wherever you go to church, not just at one particlar church. They are responsible to teach many other hard ttruth's but money is a hard issue for some people because money answers all things. It is an important area in our lives. Which is why God wants us to get our fists off of it and back on Him.
When I first came to Fellowship Church, I dropped off my children in their classes and made my way into the back row of the Worship Center. I was at the lowest point of my life. My husband had left me and the kids and I did not have anywhere else to turn. I hadn't been in church since I was a teenager and now I was desperately searching for God again. My co-workers told me about this incredible church that they had found that might be a little differant from the ones I use to attend when I was young.
I walked in and just started crying. The music was incredible, the atmosphere was something like I had never felt. The people around me were real, I mean they seemed just like me. The message that day spoke directly to my life. It was almost as if someone told them that I was coming that day. That was 2 years ago and now my husband and I attend every weekend. God brought healing to our home throught Fellowship Church. The children's programs are amazing and every week our kids can't wait to tell us what happened in "their Kid's Church". We are trully thankful for the Pastors and people of Fellowship Church. Each weekend is differant and the leadership there really keep you guessing what they will come up with next. We love it! It's Home!
I have been a member of Fellowship Church for over ten years now. What a wonderful relationship I have with my church family. And things keep getting better and better. This month we had 66 people baptised in one weekend. 1000 people a year on average are getting saved! And i love the creativity! The pastors are awesome! How blessed we are to have so many talented speakers. Even though the devil has come against us hard through the years, God always protects His church. Thank you Fellowship Church staff for teaching me how to live for Christ, how to make my marriage work, how to be a better parent, how to be financially blessed, wow! I could go on and on.
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