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There are dozens of reasons why Fellowship Bible Church is the right church for you.  Here are just a few.

Fellowship Bible Church is…


The place to attend if you need to come to know God and develop a relationship with Him through His Son Jesus Christ. John 17:3

The place to grow in knowledge and grace of God.  Acts. 17:3

The place to be if you have a desire to use your spiritual gifts to advance God’s kingdom in this present world,  preparing others for the return of our Lord Jesus Christ.  Luke 10:2, 19:13; Acts 1:8; 1 Cor. 3:9a

The place to develop strong, lasting and fun friendships.  Phil 2:3

The fun place to rear children in the fear and admonition of the Lord.

The comforting place to be when life hurts and the future looks uncertain.

The church that believes God cares about even the small details of your lives, watching over you, miraculously intervening for your good and His glory. Luke 12:6-7

The place to rest secure, knowing that as a Bible church we take the Bible seriously, including its account of creation and the family as God established it. Gen.1-3; Col. 2:8; Eph. 4:14

The place to be if you want to be challenged, developed and stretched beyond your current limits to accomplish the impossible for God. 2 Cor. 8:1-14; Rom. 12:1a

The church that is taking Christ to the world, supporting missionaries all over the globe.  Acts. 1:8.

The church with compassion for the less fortunate, supporting HOPE, Pregnancy Care Center, after school Bible clubs,  as well as an active benevolence department throughout the year.  I John 3:16-19; James 2:14-16

The church that values substance over style. The sermons are expository and thought provoking.  Their aim is to produce spiritually mature saints through growth in knowledge and grace. 2 Peter 3:17-18.

The church actively promoting the Biblical worldview among Lancaster County leaders by inviting influential Christian statesmen from governors to ICR scientist to speak at our church. Matt. 5:13-16

The church that refuses to be silenced by the ACLU or any other anti-Christian organization. The church with the courage to be politically incorrect even though, in our day, it is not fashionable to do so.  The church with the courage to challenge those who are calling evil good and good evil.  Isa. 5:20; Jude 1:3

The church that believes in God’s forgiveness and unlimited mercy and offers an outstretched hand of love and compassion to all.  John 3:16; 8:7; Gal. 6:1; 2 Chron. 7:14

The church that ministers to the entire family.
For children and youth: Sunday School, Children’s Church, Wednesday night Joy Clubs, and our Christian day school (Carolina Christian Academy).
For adults: a Women’s Fellowship, a Men’s Fellowship, Sunday School, and a Wednesday night Bible study, etc. including Sunday worship