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Sunday Service Times:

    • Worship Times: 8:00 • 9:30 • 11:00 am / Worship Center

    Community Worship:
      
9:30 & 11:00 am / Family Center

        • Fayetteville Region - 1st Sunday of the month
        • Springdale Region - 2nd Sunday of the month  
        • Rogers Region - 3rd Sunday of the month
        • Bentonville Region - 4th Sunday of the month

Mosaic (Saturday Night):

    • Worship Times: 5:00 & 6:45 pm / Worship Center

Celebrate Recovery (Friday night):

    • 6:00 pm - Meal
    • 7:00 pm - Main Group Worship  
    • 8:00 pm - Small Groups (gender specific)
    • 9:00 pm - Solid Rock Cafe (fellowship time)

For more information see our What to Expect and When & Where pages.  

We believe that following Jesus is always better and more effective when we have other people around us to help and push us towards knowing him in a deeper way. We have community groups that serve our needs in this way. We have chosen to structure our groups around a season of life, rather than a martial status, knowing that those involved will find much they can learn from everyone in the group. Community groups serve as both a place to grow spiritually and as a form of recreation and activity. Our goal is that those who are involved will find a place to belong, grow, and serve and that as a result, they will be a part of our greater church body, and not just an individual ministry. (See our list of Community Pastors below to begin your connection to a community group.)

A community group is a gathering of 10-14 people that meet in homes to process biblical truth, build authentic relationships and have accountability. They generally meet every other week and are formed within the town in which they live.

There are a variety of community group study offerings during the semester. You can read more about what is currently being offered on your congregation's community group page (Sunday Morning or Mosaic/Saturday Night) or you can contact your Community Pastor (list below) for more information.

Groups are forming throughout the year. They are created by region and are usually created with regards to age, marital status or season of life. Contact your Community Pastor (list below) for more information.

Saturday Night Mosaic
Matt Newman - 479-878-2987
Scott Page - 479-659-3651
Justin Rusinowski - 479-878-2948
Carrie Tucker - 479-659-3618

Sunday Morning
Michael Smith - Team Leader/Fayetteville - 479-659-3643
Clark Nolen - Fayetteville - 479-659-3698
Josh Dougherty - Springdale - 479-659-3697
Dan Cummins - Springdale - 479-659-8884
John Barclay - Rogers - 479-659-3635
Abel Schafer - Bentonville / Bella Vista - 479-878-2974
Bart Sego - Bentonville / Bella Vista - 479-659-3659
Finley Robinson - Young Adults - 479-659-3668

We participate in both long term and short term mission experiences. We are also involved through financial and prayer support. We are strategic in the people from Fellowship partnering with us to do ministry in other cultures. We have a heart to see healthy, indigenous churches within every people group on our planet.

We go to Mexico annually and also do various short term trips to the Philippines, Belize, Japan, India and many other countries throughout the year.

To get involved, learn more about Global Outreach at Fellowship. Or contact Brian Pope in the Global Outreach Office at 479-659-3611 or brpope@fellowshipnwa.org.

Our Women's Ministries offer many different Bible studies, including daytime and evening classes, at various locations. Learn more:
Saturday Night Women
Sunday Morning Women

Discover Fellowship is Fellowship's Sunday morning membership class where you can discover our history, philosophy and beliefs. Basically learn why we believe and why we believe it, then you can decide if Fellowship is the right church for you. Discover Mosaic is a similar class for Saturday Night Mosaic congregation.

Check out “Serve One” for an overview and volunteer opportunities.