Welcome to the Fellowship Free Will Baptist Church web site.
Fellowship Free Will Baptist Church
2313 Portland Avenue
Kingsport, TN 37660
(Click here for map)
Schedule of Services:
Sunday Morning Worship:
Sunday School - 9:30 a.m. (All Ages)
Children's Church - 10:30 a.m.
Worship Service - 10:30 a.m. (Nursery provided)
Sunday Evening Worship:
Evening Worship Service - 6:00 P.M.
Wednesday Night Service - 6:30 P.M.
(Adults and Kids Club)
(Click here for detailed weekly/monthly schedule)
Pastor Bob Lewis
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If you are looking for a friendly, Bible-believing church in the Kingsport area, we would be excited to see you visiting in our services. Please take a moment and sign our guestbook to let us know you visited us here on the web. If you have questions or suggestions for the webmaster, you may send a private note through the guestbook. Thank you so much for visiting our site. Come back frequently!
"Reaching for Revival" will be our theme for the month of October. We have planned a unique schedule to help us focus on drawing closer to the Lord. Midweek services for the first four weeks of October will be on Thursday nights instead of Wednesday. This will allow us to bring in local pastors to speak for us without their having to miss services at their home church.
Each week during October we will have a different guest speaker and a complete church service for the midweek service. This will be a mini-revival, with services once a week. Begin praying for God to move our hearts during the services.
Derek Bell will be back with us to start off the services this coming Thursday evening, October 2. He did a great job when he spoke for us a few Sundays ago. Then we will have Gary Norton on October 9, Jackie Cole on October 16, and our own Josh McKinney on October 23.
On October 29, we return to our normal Wednesday night schedule with missionary Steve Lytle as our guest preacher for the last night of our Reaching for Revival series.
The sermon from Sunday, September 14, entitled "Samson at the Door of Opportunity," has now been added to our website. It can be found under Selected Sermons 2014 on the page for sermons from Sept-Dec. We are using a new format for the sermons, and future sermons will all be added to the same page.
We understand a few people have been having problems hearing the sermons. If you are one of these, please see if the new format will work for you. We are sorry the new player will still not work for mobile users and hope to find a way in the coming months to have the sermons also available to mobile listeners.
The sermon from September 7, 2014, entitled "It Ain't Over," has now been added to our website. We are trying out a new format for the sermons for the next few weeks. To access this and the remaining sermons for this year, look under the "Selected Sermons 2014" menu and find the page "Sermons: Sept/Oct/Nov/Dec." The sermons will all be on one page in a playlist format. To listen, just click on the title of the one you want to hear, and it should start playing automatically within a few seconds. If you have problems listening with this new format, please send a message to the web administrator via our "Guestbook." Thank you.
We have a special treat on Sunday evening, September 7. For many years our church has been a consistent supporter of Family Ministries in Greeneville, TN; as a matter of fact, one of the top supporters. Brother Derek Bell, Director of Development for Family Ministries, called sometime back and asked if he could stop by to just say "thank you" to our folks. Brother Derek will be here that evening to do just that and to preach for us. Come enjoy the service with us.
On Sunday evening, August 31, the majority of the church members voted to make the morning service time changes permanent. Please join us for Sunday School at 9:30 a.m. (classes for all ages) and for morning worship service at 10:30 a.m. Sunday evening services will continue to begin at 6:00 p.m., and Wednesday evenings we will continue to meet at 6:30 p.m.
In honor of the memory of church planter Tim Osborn, the Tennessee Home Mission Board has established the "Osborn Memorial Fund." Tim labored faithfully and successfully as a joint project worker for Tennessee and the National Home Mission Board in establishing a church in Oakland, Tennessee.
Tim leaves behind his wife, Robyn, and seven children, five of whom are still home. Both the National Home Mission Board and the Tennessee State Board are helping in a significant way with the family's short term needs. Proceeds from the memorial fund will be used to reduce the mortgage on Robyn's home to help her long term.
The Tennessee Board has issued a challenge for every church in our state to take an offering or send a gift of at least $1,000.00. If that is not possible, any gift will be appreciated. All gifts should be sent to the Tennessee State Association and designated to the "Osborn Memorial Fund." All gifts can be sent to the address below:
TN St. Assoc. of Free Will Baptists
P. O. Box 58954
Nashville, TN 37205
(The TN State Association encourages all who are concerned for the Osborn family to post the above news release on social media, through e-mail, church websites, etc., to help inform others of the goal. Please post the entire news release exactly as it is given. Your help and concern is appreciated.)
We at Fellowship FWB are participating in this and encourage all others to step up to this challenge.
Don't forget to save those labels for Free Will Baptist Family Ministries. Several labels can be redeemed by FWBFM, so please bring them to the church and place in the basket. Thank you Marsha Mullins for collecting these labels and sending them in for us.
The ladies are collecting labels for Free Will Baptist Family Ministries. UPC labels from many Campbell Brands products are worth points to help provide free items for education. A list of eligible products was inserted in recent church bulletins. You may place the labels in a basket in the foyer. If you have questions or need a copy of the product list, please see Marsha Mullins.
(For selected older news items and past activities, click "Archive" above.)