Fellowship Baptist Church

★★★★★
  • 4701 Winchester Pike

    Columbus, OH 43232

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  • 614-837-5807

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Sun 7am-8pm, Mon-Tue 9am-5pm, Thu-Fri 9am-5pm, Wed 9am-9pm

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I think that this church is a great church with much love of the Word of God and their continous belief in core values and prayer.As one commentator wrote they are not willing to change with the times.Well God doesn't change with the times he is allways the same.If God changed with the times he would be just like the world letting their values slip away just as the world is doing today.
People are becoming more tolerant of sinners and more passive to sin.They want a feel good church that caters to their wants and needs but are unwilling to do as god asks.There is an old quote from John F. Kennedy that I would like to alter slightly here.
Ask not what your God (or Church) can do for you. Ask what you can do for God!!!.
Too many people have changed for the world but are not willing to change for God.If your church is lacking possibly its beacuse your not doing your part to make it a better church.
In Fellowship Baptist Church there are 3 pastors of high quality.One that can reach out to the 50+ crowd but someone who is also respected by the whole church.Another reaches out to the family and middle age 30-50 crowd and also has the respect of all church members.And a 3rd pastor who is definately connecting to todays youth and has a youthfull energetic stlyle of preaching.the church is in very capable hands and I believe that God has given his blessing on this church.If membership is declining it would only be beacuse the world is pulling away from sound doctrine and godly teaching.

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★★★★★

I think that this church is a great church with much love of the Word of God and their continous belief in core values and prayer.As one commentator wrote they are not willing to change with the times.Well God doesn't change with the times he is allways the same.If God changed with the times he would be just like the world letting their values slip away just as the world is doing today.
People are becoming more tolerant of sinners and more passive to sin.They want a feel good church that caters to their wants and needs but are unwilling to do as god asks.There is an old quote from John F. Kennedy that I would like to alter slightly here.
Ask not what your God (or Church) can do for you. Ask what you can do for God!!!.
Too many people have changed for the world but are not willing to change for God.If your church is lacking possibly its beacuse your not doing your part to make it a better church.
In Fellowship Baptist Church there are 3 pastors of high quality.One that can reach out to the 50+ crowd but someone who is also respected by the whole church.Another reaches out to the family and middle age 30-50 crowd and also has the respect of all church members.And a 3rd pastor who is definately connecting to todays youth and has a youthfull energetic stlyle of preaching.the church is in very capable hands and I believe that God has given his blessing on this church.If membership is declining it would only be beacuse the world is pulling away from sound doctrine and godly teaching.

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As someone who is currently attending Fellowship Baptist, and who has been for 3 years now, I would have to disagree about the age disparity. While it's true that our pastor is in his 70's, our Associate Pastors are 30+ and 20+. I've never been a member of the singles department, though the singles have always made me feel welcome. They invite us to events at their homes, as well as outings.

The homebuilders and young marrieds groups are dynamic and interesting. We have made tons of friends within those groups and regularly spend time with them.

Our older set (Young at Heart) are a dynamic part of our church. They offer so much wisdom and experience to the body. Many of them have been actively working in the church for over 30 years.

Our teen department and children's ministries are incredible! Our teens are friendly, outgoing, and active within the church. We have a number of programs for children including several age ranges of Sunday School and Junior Church, AWANA, and choirs. Our nurseries are safe, clean and include a monitor which can be viewed in the entry. The nursery has been recently updated with vivid colors.

Having an inner city bus ministry we see a wide variety of differences in culture. As for tatoos and piercings, I have witnessed both at the church. I've never seen anyone reprimanded for it. I do not believe it is encouraged, but we aren't focused on the outside. The Bible says that God looks upon the heart.

If you're interested in more information why not visit our website at www.fbccolumbus.com

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As someone who is currently attending Fellowship Baptist, and who has been for 3 years now, I would have to disagree about the age disparity. While it's true that our pastor is in his 70's, our Associate Pastors are 30+ and 20+. I've never been a member of the singles department, though the singles have always made me feel welcome. They invite us to events at their homes, as well as outings.

The homebuilders and young marrieds groups are dynamic and interesting. We have made tons of friends within those groups and regularly spend time with them.

Our older set (Young at Heart) are a dynamic part of our church. They offer so much wisdom and experience to the body. Many of them have been actively working in the church for over 30 years.

Our teen department and children's ministries are incredible! Our teens are friendly, outgoing, and active within the church. We have a number of programs for children including several age ranges of Sunday School and Junior Church, AWANA, and choirs. Our nurseries are safe, clean and include a monitor which can be viewed in the entry. The nursery has been recently updated with vivid colors.

Having an inner city bus ministry we see a wide variety of differences in culture. As for tatoos and piercings, I have witnessed both at the church. I've never seen anyone reprimanded for it. I do not believe it is encouraged, but we aren't focused on the outside. The Bible says that God looks upon the heart.

If you're interested in more information why not visit our website at www.fbccolumbus.com

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I attended this church for two years in the early 2000's. While there, I picked up on some things. They offer the AWANA's program on Wednesday night for kids, which is very popular. They also have an awesome Sunday morning bus ministry, which picks up kids who wouldnt otherwise have a way of coming to church. Though I havent been for a few years, they had a really good youth group for teens while I was there. The young adult group was never very outgoing, which is why I left and went back to my original church home of Alum Creek Baptist Church. Partly because the Pastor himself is old, the church gears more towards middle-aged adults to senior citizens.
In the past, Fellowship had attendance over 1,000. But the church has slowly been shrinking over the years because they refuse to change with the times. They feel there should be no other translation of the Bible other than the KJV. Guys with piercings, even something as minor as an earring, is looked down upon. Tattoos are also frowned upon, for both genders. Even Christian tattoos.
They do have a decent sounding choir, though. And, true to their name, they do offer lots of chances for fellowshipping.

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★★★★★

I attended this church for two years in the early 2000's. While there, I picked up on some things. They offer the AWANA's program on Wednesday night for kids, which is very popular. They also have an awesome Sunday morning bus ministry, which picks up kids who wouldnt otherwise have a way of coming to church. Though I havent been for a few years, they had a really good youth group for teens while I was there. The young adult group was never very outgoing, which is why I left and went back to my original church home of Alum Creek Baptist Church. Partly because the Pastor himself is old, the church gears more towards middle-aged adults to senior citizens.
In the past, Fellowship had attendance over 1,000. But the church has slowly been shrinking over the years because they refuse to change with the times. They feel there should be no other translation of the Bible other than the KJV. Guys with piercings, even something as minor as an earring, is looked down upon. Tattoos are also frowned upon, for both genders. Even Christian tattoos.
They do have a decent sounding choir, though. And, true to their name, they do offer lots of chances for fellowshipping.

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