What is a Homegroup?
A Homegroup is a subset of the church. Practically speaking, this means each homegroup operates under the church's doctrinal statement, shares and works toward the bigger purpose, core objectives, vision, goals and strategies of the church, recognizes and operates under the church leadership, and works interdependently with the other Homegroups.
A Homegroup is a basic Christian community of 8-20 believers. The Bible gives several important metaphors that help explain what a basic Christian community should look like.
"Homegroups" are the foundation of our philosophy of ministry. They are not merely a good program within Fellowship Church, homegroups are Fellowship Church. That is to say, Fellowship Church is seen by the leadership as a body of "cells". These "cells" are the Homegroups. Since homegroups are so important to this church, it is important for every member to have a clear understanding of what they're all about.
We have Homegroups for college students, international students, young marrieds, and families that meet on different nights of the week and in different parts of the BCS area.