Fellowship Groups

 A Fellowship Group is a formal group of PBC members who commit to meet together regularly to cultivate gospel community with one another (Acts 2:42-47). We believe that being a part of a church consists of more than weekly attendance at corporate worship. The church is a family that lives life together by caring for one another, bearing one another’s burdens, and helping each other grow in conformity to Christ.

If you are a member of PBC, you are in a Fellowship Group- get in touch with your elder for more information. 

If you are not a member of PBC, you are more than welcome to join a fellowship group! Contact the church office or any elder to sign up for a group.

Before you sign up, click here for policies related to Fellowship Group childcare.

Questions & Answers

Have questions about fellowship groups at PBC? Get answers here.

 It is a group of PBC members who commit to meet once a week and are intended to cultivate biblical fellowship with one another. We find the teaching to gather in this manner in the following scripture…

(Acts 2:42-47) “And they devoted themselves to the apostles' teaching and the fellowship, to the breaking of bread and the prayers...”  

Fellowship groups are NOT accountability groups, nor are they Bible or book study groups.

Fellowship Groups are designed to foster deeper, personal relationships with a diverse group of PBC members. Each week we will spend some time talking about the previous week's sermon and spend time in prayer for one another. The main goal is to develop a culture where there is an opportunity for members to know and grow together.

Each fellowship group will meet for roughly 3 months and then there will be a one month break. Once fellowship groups start back up, different members will make up new groups. Over the course of a year, we will spend time getting to know and grow with different church family members in ways not available in our corporate gatherings.

For non-members looking to join a fellowship group, you can contact the church office to be plugged into a group. We have multiple groups meeting throughout the week. These groups are designed to be family friendly. We prefer husbands and wives to meet with the same group. We have some groups that are kid-friendly so be sure to list the names and ages of your children that will be joining you.