Welcome to Fellowship Bible Church
of Northwest Arkansas
Fellowship is ONE church with multiple congregations. While each congregation is empowered and released individually, they are also each Elder led, staff managed, and people driven. All congregations share one Vision and Mission, one strategic plan and process, financial resources, and one set of core values and beliefs.
We want to connect with you. Visit any of our service times below on Friday, Saturday, or Sunday and stop by the Information Booth in the middle of the Worship Center Foyer. We want to meet you, answer your questions, help you get connected, and find a place for each member of your family to worship and serve together. Welcome to Fellowship!
Choose one of our 4 congregations below to learn more about how to connect in community, where to get your family involved in ministry, or how to join us for worship.
Learn more about how to be prepared to check your child in for one of our services:
Children's Security Check-in Procedures
ONE CHURCH. MULTIPLE CONGREGATIONS.
Choose Your Congregation
Celebrate Recovery is a Christ-centered program that helps us deal with life’s “hurts, hang-ups, and habits.” It is not restricted to people struggling with a drug or alcohol addiction. Join us as we pursue real life in Jesus Christ and celebrate the recovery only He can bring through His people and His Word.
5:00 & 6:45pm
Mosaic is Fellowship’s Saturday night congregation. It is a comfortable, contemporary place to experience the empowering presence of Christ. We gather with coffee and pizza between services, providing a great place to meet new people and share a meal with friends.
8:00, 9:30, & 11:00am
Fellowship’s Sunday morning congregation utilizes different worship styles (from creative traditional to contemporary) and Christ is always the center and focus of our adoration and praise. We are lifestyle worshipers who gather each week to celebrate as a family.
9:00 & 10:30am WORSHIP
7:00pm YOUNG ADULTS
We held our first services in May 2016 and are excited after 30 years of Fayetteville families being part of Fellowship NWA, to worship together in our own community with the same mission to love God, love others, and make disciples.