If you are ready to get involved at The Fellowship, there are few simple things we encourage everyone to do.
ATTEND A FOUNDATIONS CLASS
Our Foundations classes are your chance to interact with The Fellowships leaders in a more relaxed environment. You’ll gain a better understanding of why we do what we do, and you’ll have plenty of opportunities to ask questions. If you choose to become a member of The Upper Room Fellowship, the Foundations Class is required. Currently the Foundations Class is offered once a quarter. Keep an eye on the announcements to see when the next class will be offered.
ou might never be able to get to know every single person you see at church on Sunday, but you can get to know 10-15 people in someone's living room. Fellowship Communities provide you with an opportunity for small group worship, bible study, prayer and community. Some churches will call them small groups, home groups, or tribes. Whatever you call it, the point is that you cannot do the Christian life alone. You need to be in community.
On an average Sunday, you will be served by roughly 60 volunteers in one way or another. Some will lead you in worship from the stage, others will hand you an announcement, or serve you communion, or take care of your children, or run the sound, or make coffee. Being a part of a community means that you do your share to help that community function well. The side benefit of serving is that you end up getting to know people pretty quickly. Listen closely to the announcements on Sunday to hear the current serving needs. If you are passionate about serving in a particular area that you don't hear mentioned, just speak up and we'll be happy to help you find your spot.