serving the community

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  • Alcoholics ANONYMOUS

    Alcoholics Anonymous is a fellowship of men and women who share their experience, strength and hope with each other that they may solve their common problem and help others to recover from alcoholism. the only requirement for membership is a desire to stop drinking. there are no dues or fees for A.A membership. Although this A.A group meets at our church, it is not allied with any sect, denomination, politics, organization or institution. A.A's primary purpose is to stay sober and help other alcoholics to achieve sobriety. 


    Meetings held in Room 23 at Fellowship Church // Tuesdays and Thursdays // 7:00 p.m

    *Park in the East Lot

  • Bicycle ministry

    Fellowship Church's Bicycle Ministry is our way to reach out to families in our community who are financially unable to buy a bike for their children, or themselves. We take donations of bikes in any condition, fix them up, and sell them at a low cost. You can also help support this ministry by donating money that will go towards parts and helmets.

    Do you know someone who is in need of a bike? Call the church office to make a referral at (231) 788-2321. 

  • Creative Child Preschool

    Creative Child Preschool is a Christian based program offering a kindergarten readiness environment. Small class sizes with highly respected teachers who are kind, loving and feel blessed to work with young children. They also offer before and after school care. The program is held at Fellowship Church.


    To learn more call the church office at (231) 788-2321 and they will connect you with the teaching staff.

  • Encompass Ministry

    Encompass Ministry serves to partner with families so children and adults who have special needs may fully participate in the life of the church.   One of the key activities of this ministry happens every Tuesday, from 9:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m., at the Drop In Activity Center at Fellowship Church.  The Center  is open to adults with developmental disabilities so they are able to get out and socialize.  We would love to have you join us!  Please call the church office for more information (231-788-2321).


    Click here and watch this video clip to see the heart and soul of this vital ministry..

  • Feeding America Food Truck

    Fellowship Church hosts a Feeding America Food Truck twice a year. At a food truck, those who are less fortunate are invited to Fellowship Church's North parking lot at 8:00 a.m for a pancake breakfast before the food truck arrives at 9:00 a.m. Anyone can volunteer to help with the breakfast and/or food truck! Jobs at the food truck might include passing out a food item, packing groceries, or carrying groceries to vehicles. 


    Click here to see when the next Food Truck comes to Fellowship Church!


    To learn more about Feeding America visit their website at http://www.feedingamericawestmichigan.org/

  • Gems

    GEMs Girls Club (Girls grades 1-6) stands for Girls Everywhere Meeting the Savior. New this year...GEMS will meet directly after school at Oakridge Lower Elementary and Oakridge Upper Elementary Schools until 5:00pm.

    At GEMS, girls enjoy a snack, a bibile lesson, and earn GEMs badges which involve learning new skills and crafts. Badge work requires girls to study the bible, discover what God is saying through His word, and apply it to their lives. Earning badges helps the girls to practice skills learned and encourages serving using the Godly truths they have learned.

    Contact: laurie@fellowshipmuskegon.org

  • The waiting room - A Grief support group

    Grief is personal but the support of others can help you to heal. Please see Lisa Laninga for more information (231-773-2202) or just come out and join us at Fellowship Church.


    1st Monday of every month // Classroom 20 // 6:00 p.m.

  • kids belong foster care closet

    The Kids Belong Foster Sharing Closet is a ministry that provides free clothing, shoes, toys, etc...to local foster/refugee/kinship families who have taken children into their homes. We have equipment such as car seats, swings, and cribs available to borrow. This ministry is always accepting donations of new or very gently used items and brand new socks and underwear. Financial donations can be used to purchase needed items for children and for specific equipment needed. 


    The Fellowship Foster Share Closet is open most Thursdays from 5:00-7:00p.m. Volunteers are welcome to help families shop and help keep the closet organized. Please call the church office for more information.

  • kids hope

    KHUSA programs create one-on-one mentoring relationships between adult church members, willing to give a little time and a lot of love, and at-risk elementary school-children in their community who desperately need loving, caring adults in their lives. 


    To learn more about this ministry visit http://www.kidshopeusa.org/home/

  • Prison/forgiven ministries

    Our mission is to meet the spiritual, physical and emotional needs of the children of inmates, the inmates themselves, ex-inmates, and their families with the result of healing wounds inflicted by crime, redirecting lives, and restoring these individuals into the community as productive citizens, parents and family members. 

    Check out the  visit that Fellowship Church and other volunteers made to Brooks Correctional Facility! Click here to watch a Nightline video about this.  


    Please check our Events Page for up-coming dates for One Day With God camps.  You must be 18 years old, background checked and trained to participate.


    PLEASE NOTE:  As we continue to ramp up our One Day With God prison ministry, we’re in need of more volunteers for the Muskegon prisons and other prisons outside of Muskegon.  If you or someone you know would like to know more about this ministry, please call the church office at 231-788-2321, or click here to send an
    email.


  • ROCK SOLID

    Rock Solid (Boys grades 1-5) meets on Wednesday evenings from 6:30-8:00p.m. This is a group for boys where they learn what it means to build their foundation in faith, through Christ. Throughout the year, the bedrock of their learning is focused on: salvation through Christ, worship, prayer, witnessing, the Holy Spirit and the Bible. Boys begin their time together with an action-packed lesson designed to meet their unique needs, and study of the bible. Their fun times include completing projects together and plenty of time playing games in the gym.

    Contact: laurie@fellowshipmuskegon.org