FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
What are Area Fellowships?
Cross-generational gatherings of people who live near each other and who meet together to share fun, food and friendship with other FBCSA attenders and their guests.
When do Area Fellowships meet?
Area Fellowships will meeton Sundays. This year we will meet on October 6, November 3, and two dates in the Spring.
What will happen at an Area Fellowship gathering?
A host will contact you with the specifics, but typically you’ll be greeted by a host and get to know others in an informal setting. Snacks or a meal may be served. (Check with your host to find out for sure.) After eating, you’ll gather together for a short video message from Pastor Chris and conversation with the group. Your host will close the time in prayer.
How long is an Area Fellowship meeting?
Each fellowship is different, but you can plan on 2 hours.
What if I can’t attend all the planned gatherings?
No problem! Just let your host know so they can plan best for each gathering.
What do I do if I have children?
Let your host know. You can do this in the registration process. Each Area Fellowship is free to plan for children in a way that works best for them. Some will have the children participate right alongside the teens and adults. Others will set aside another room for children. Some will choose to hire a baby sitter to watch the children at a house nearby. Check with your host to see what they have planned.
How do I Register? There is a link on this page that will take you to a webpage that lists our various groups. You will enter information for each person that will be attending. Your host will be notified that you have registered.
I have a question not addressed here. Who can I talk to?
Call the church office and ask for Dawn, or send an email with your question to email@example.com.