“The word “fellowship” in the Bible is the Greek word, “koinonia.” It means much more than you and I grabbing some donuts and coffee together, or talking about who is going to win the Super Bowl, or playing golf together, texting on cell phones, looking at Facebook page, or who’s following whom on Twitter.
The basic root literally means ‘being as committed to each other as we are to Jesus Christ.’
When people find a church, where there is such genuine love, that you literally have to lock the doors to keep people away, — that is fellowship at its best.
The most wonderful feeling in the world is the feeling of being part of the family of God. This place can be that kind of place for you. It’s the place you can come home to. It’s the place where you belong. It’s the place that can have all the love and warmth of a North Carolina country church.
Fellowship Presbyterian Church, we are not just a building, but we are a family who desire to live together in the peace, unity, purity, and fellowship of Jesus Christ.” – Reverend John P. Hartman