What we believe
Through the grace of our Lord Jesus Christ, the love of God, and the communion of the Holy Spirit, we trust in the one Triune God.
As Christ’s disciples, called to ministry in Christ’s name, we seek to continue his mission of teaching the truth, feeding the hungry, healing the broken, and welcoming strangers.
God sends the Holy Spirit to dwell within us, giving us the energy, intelligence, imagination, and love to be Christ’s faithful disciples in the world.
Empowered by the Holy Spirit, Fellowship is more than just a name. While caring for one another, the people of Fellowship Presbyterian Church:
Fellowship Presbyterian Church’s ministries proclaim God’s love through:
Love as God first loved us.
Learn with and about one another through scripture and prayer, and
Lead by being Christ’s hands and feet in the community.
Worship and study
Service in the community
Kindness and grace towards all
Rev. Dr. Kathryn Campbell became a part of the Fellowship Presbyterian Church Family in June 2020. Prior to coming to Fellowship, Pastor Kathryn served as Associate Pastor at Starmount Presbyterian Church, Greensboro, NC for ten years.
During her tenure, she worked in many areas of the church’s life including worship leadership, preaching, pastoral care, planning fellowship activities, working closely with their preschool, and developing programming for all areas of Christian Education (from birth through adults).
She brings those experiences to Fellowship and is excited to share in this congregation’s mission and ministry.
When she is not serving as our pastor, she spends time with her husband, Austin, and their two children – Avis and Archer.
Pastor Kathryn also enjoys being able to be with her friends and family, spending time in the kitchen, listening to music, and working out.
Rev. Dr. Kathryn G. N. Campbell, DMin, Senior Pastor
Rev. Blake Tickle, Music Director
Martha Shannon, Office Manager
Cynthia Hartis, Accompanist
Session of Fellowship Presbyterian Church Ruling Elders
Class of 2022 (to end service December 31, 2022)
- Jeanie Harrison – Day School Board; Outreach
- Mary Howe – Missions; Congregational Nominating
- Charles Layno – Worship & Music
- Carol Morgan - Congregational Care
Class of 2023 (to end service December 31, 2023)
- Gary Anderson – Building & Grounds; Programs
- Greg French – Stewardship and Finance
- Susan Harman – Personnel & Administration; Building & Grounds
- Lee Wineholt – Worship & Music; Faith Formation
Class of 2024 (to end service December 31, 2024)
- Yanique McLeod - Programs; Congregational Care
- Kim Throckmorton - Congregational Nominating; Faith Formation
- Wynston Walker - Missions; Outreach
- Ben Wordsworth - Congregational Care
The Meaning Behind Our Window
This window is unique and very relevant to who we are, what we do, and why we do it. There are many symbols that can be found in our stained glass. Please see the descriptions below to learn more.
Jesus’ sacrificial love is central to our mission