We believe that an effective church is one that is working to empower its people to live out the gospel of Jesus Christ in their everyday lives. We believe that an effective church is one that makes a positive impact in our neighborhoods, in our cities, and ultimately, in our world. Fellowship seeks to do this in two ways.

The first way we do this is by encouraging our people to see and meet the immediate needs of those in their already established circles of influence - our neighborhoods, our sports teams, our work places, and all of the other community groups in which we’re a part.

The second way that Fellowship envisions living out the gospel is by partnering with the organizations in our community who are helping those in need and working for positive change.

We partner with several key non-profit and ministry partners in Asheville and around the world. This list is continually updating but these ministries focus on providing food for the food insecure, alleviating poverty, or caring for children in their immediate context.

In conjunction with these efforts, as well as in our desire to express our service to the community as a whole, we host a biannual event called Serve Asheville. Serve Asheville is a day that we intentionally leave our comfortable places and go out to the places in our community that need our help. Just by spending a few hours serving in these various places we are building relationships and meeting some of our community’s immediate needs, while also expressing the loving servant heart of Jesus.

Fellowship also participates in a community wide lifestyle initiative called #forasheville where we seek to live our lives for the good of the city and highlight the lives of others that are doing the same.

For more info

Email Nick Cerda (nick@fellowshipasheville.com).