COVID-19 UPDATE: We are resuming meeting during our normal schedule! We will be outside at the FBC Pavilion for the duration of the Summer.
Upcoming Events: Bonfire June 27, Camping Trip TBD, Fall Launch TBD
As the Keystone Adults of Fellowship, we seek to embrace church unity and community strength, while striving for a global impact of Kingdom Living.
The 18 to 30's time of life can be incredible, but it can also feel incredibly daunting. Navigating culture, Scripture, and the constant bombardment from life is exhausting. At Fellowship, we want to provide opportunities for you to walk alongside friends as the body of Christ and allow you to experience the overflowing LIFE that Jesus promises.
If you're in that 18 to 30 year old range, you aren't just the future of the Church. You are the present Church and God wants to use you in massive ways for His Kingdom and in His Church right now.
Every Thursday at 7:30 PM (FBC Lower Level) we get together as a large group to worship, study the Bible, and fellowship. Talks are focused on specific cultural topics and world engagement while we attempt to navigate life and what it looks like to walk with Christ on a daily basis.
There are huge opportunities for community events and hangouts outside of the large group meeting. Everything from hiking, to movies, to discussions on cultural issues, as well as smaller community groups that meet on other nights.
If you're in this 18 to 30 life-stage, don't walk it alone!
Keystone is defined as: “locking the whole together”. In stone construction, the keystone serves as the pivotal point by which all else is held together. In biology, a keystone species plays a crucial role that exceeds the physical restraints of the species; essentially, the impact it has on the environment vastly outweighs its size – a true David-and-Goliath principle.
Keystone Adults embrace God-centered community founded on word, worship, and witness to do just that – bring the youthfulness and freedom of young adulthood into partnership with study, discipleship, and spiritual growth as the present and future Church body.