There are plenty of opportunities for you, and your children of all ages to fit in and be involved at Fellowship. Check out our Children’s, Youth, Women’s, Men’s, Super Senior’s Ministries, and more below.
HighPoint Kids is our Age 3-6th Grades Children’s Ministry that meets Sunday Evenings, 6:30-8:00 pm (Breaks for Summer and Christmas).
What is HighPoint Kids?
HighPoint is a Bible-based children’s program that builds character, with Christ at the center! Kids travel to heart-changing destinations and build small group relationships that help them become the strong disciples God created THEM to be!
HighPoint Teaches Kids to Connect with Jesus Christ and Develop Godly Character
HighPoint’s two-fold discipleship philosophy begins with the premise that godly character grows out of a personal relationship with Jesus Christ. Then HighPoint helps children apply the Bible’s teaching to their lives in tangible ways. Each theme presents the gospel message, and children discover that Christian character growth does not result from their own efforts but through their relationship with God. In addition, ample opportunity is given for God to work in children’s hearts through HighPoint’s interactive Bible stories and small group times, which include discussion and prayer. HighPoint uses short, five-week-long themes to address specific topics for continued, ongoing discipleship to children.
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How to Join HighPoint Kids?
Bring your kids on a Sunday evening a few minutes before our 6:30 pm start and speak to an adult leader.
Meeting Times for HighPoint Kids:
HighPoint meets from 6:30 pm until 8:00 pm each Sunday evening beginning the week after Labor Day in September until school lets out again for the Summer, with a break in the middle for Thanksgiving and Christmas. Check out the Fellowship Hub for details on the current HighPoint Session.
During Summer the HighPoint Kids program takes a pause, but Children’s ministry continues during these times with a different focus, so keep on coming!
The Fellowship Youth Ministry for 7th to 12th Grades (or 12 to 18 year olds). It’s lead by Youth Pastor Josiah Maultsby, and meets on Wednesdays and Sundays at 6:30 pm, and on Sunday’s at 9:00 am in the Youth Building.
The Purpose – To continue to develop a strong foundation in Christ in the lives of the teens, help the youth to understand and interpret the Bible, help the youth effectively reach their friends for Christ, and incorporate the youth into the life of the church through:
Weekly Meetings – To train our youth to be faithful in fellowship with other believers. Teaching from God’s Word, and focusing on Biblical truth with relevant application in day to day life.
Special Activities – Monthly activities are designed to encourage the youth to bring their friends and share their faith; to integrate the youth into the body of the church; to involve youth in service activities that help them reach out to others in our neighboring communities or build relationships with ministries we support.
6:30pm – 7:30pm Wednesday
6:30pm – 8:00pm Sunday Evening
9:00am – 9:45 am Sunday School
Monthly events TBA – See the Fellowship Hub Events Page for upcoming Youth events and activities.
Youth Mission Statement
The youth ministry here at Fellowship Baptist Church exists to reach teens with the gospel of Jesus Christ and help them develop a mature faith in Him. While the primary responsibility falls Biblically on the parents for spiritual maturation we also realize we as a church have an important role. We desire to partner with parents and help in any way possible to accomplish this goal. Our purpose is to provide sound Biblical teaching that radically changes the lives of our teens for the purpose of following Christ and winning others to Him. We desire to help our teens experience fellowship with God and other believers, and to be challenged in their walk with Christ to serve others by letting God lead them whenever and wherever He may.
Usually during the Spring and Fall the Ladies Ministry hosts a Women’s Bible Study using study materials by various teachers.
Check the Fellowship Hub to for a current study.
Please contact the church if you are a lady of any age interested in joining in on a Women’s Bible Study.
Some Previous Bible Studies:
You Were Made for This Moment by Max Lucado – Fall of 2021
The Faithful – Spring of 2019
Proven by Jennie Allen – a Sunday Evening GrowthTreks study held in the Fall of 2017
Seamless by Angie Smith – a morning or evening study held in the Fall of 2016
The Best Yes by Lisa Terkeurst – a group reading held in the Spring of 2015
Hebrews by Lisa Harper – an evening Bible Study held in the Fall of 2014
Gideon by Priscilla Shirer – an evening Bible Study held in Spring of 2014
The Names of God lead by Hazel Griffith – a daytime Bible Study held in 2014
Missing Pieces by Jennifer Rothschild – an evening Bible Study and was held in the Fall of 2013
Sign up at church, or contact us for more information.
Men’s Prayer Breakfast meets the third Sunday of most months at 8:00 am. Several men gather to cook and fellowship at 7:00 am.
The Men from time to time take advantage of Men’s Retreat opportunities, and do service projects from time to time.
Super Senior’s Ministry
The Super Senior Saints encompass anyone of age enough to be empty nesting and beyond. The Super Seniors have participated in Senior Retreats at Fort Caswell, trips to Myrtle Beach, and to pick apples.
The Senior Ladies hold a monthly luncheon most months on the 3rd Thursday.
Missions Trips – Groups and individuals from our church have joined in on Mission Trips to Kentucky, the Virginia Appalachians, Honduras, Puerto Rico, Ukraine, and other areas. We encourage participation in Mission opportunities in our local Sandy Creek Baptist Association, and through the ministries of the Baptist Men and Women of North Carolina.
The West Chatham Food Pantry – is a good work we encourage partnership with. Our church collects non-perishables for the food pantry year round, just deposit in the round receptacles.
Volunteer opportunities are available during their
Public Service Hours:
Mondays 4:00-6:00 pm
Wednesday 12:00-2:00 pm
Fridays 12:00-2:00 pm
Other times volunteers are needed during delivery hours. More info here.
The West Chatham Food Pantry is located on Old Hwy 421 North of Siler City, between Piney Grove Church Road. and Hamp Stone Road. They share a building with Chatham Trades and The Salvation Army. See them on facebook: facebook.com/WCFoodPantryNC/.
Ebenezer’s Attic Thrift Store – The Ebenezer Christian Children’s Home Thrift Store could use volunteers for sorting items and other jobs. It’s located next to Bestfood Cafeteria, could use help To enquirer about volunteering give them a call or stop in. See them on facebook: facebook.com/Ebenezers-Attic-of-Siler-City.
Sunday School for All Ages
Sunday School begins in each class at 9:00 am on Sunday mornings. There are Sunday School classes for all ages, and each teacher prepares to share and apply truth to life. Come and meet with others your own age and find fellowship and encouragement around God’s Word.
At Fellowship we believe that our relationships and ministry to and with each other are vital and essential in enabling us to grow in our faith. Our deep desire is that every person at Fellowship would be part of a Sunday School group.
There is a Sunday School Group for You
Ladies’ Senior – Sanctuary Overflow Classroom
Couples—Age 50+ – Sanctuary
New Covenant—Age 30+ – Fellowship Hall
College and Career—Age 19+ – Fellowship Hall with New Covenant
Youth—7th-12th (12-18 yrs. old) – Youth Building
Children’s 3rd-6th—(9-11 yrs. old) – Side Hall
Children’s K-2nd—(5-8 yrs. old) – Main Hall
Children’s Pre-K—(2-4 yrs. old) – Side Hall
Nursery – Side Hall
What You’ll Learn
The Adult Classes utilize LifeWay’s Explore the Bible curriculum. Check out Explore the Bible at Lifeway.com.
The Youth use Explore the Bible – Students curriculum from Lifeway.
We have a talented Choir that sings a variety of uplifting choral peaces. If God blessed you with a singing voice or musical abilities, this could be a potential spot for you to serve. Our Choir sings cantatas most Christmas’s and often for the Resurrection Celebration at Easter. Many ages are involved, from Youth to Senior Adults. Several also sing Solo’s for special music or as part of Choral arrangements. Check out our Services to hear our Choir and join us in Worship!