Fellowship and Friendship
Last week I spoke with a person who said, “I don’t have any friends.” As we talked together I realized this person was missing “fellowship” in their life.
I reminded them of the importance of being a part of a church family. When you walk in the door you can feel the love and welcome! This is my church, I am a member, or, I want to be a member of this church. Welcome to the FELLOWSHIP of Trinity Baptist.
There is a bond, a spirit of unity, when we sing together, fellowship together, pray together, study the word together and celebrate that we are a family in Jesus. Your soul and spirit need the FELLOWSHIP of our church. As we worship and work together we can make and grow friendships with other like-minded people.
Maybe you serve in the nursery or work as an usher or sing in the choir. There are any number of places like a Sunday School Class, Ladies Ministry, or a workday at church that give you opportunity to make a friend.
A common interest of serving in a local fellowship has brought you together. A desire to serve the Lord and grow spiritually gives you that common bond that can lead to friendship.
Muzette and I can testify that we met friends here at Trinity forty years ago with whom we have remained friends for a lifetime, with the joy of serving Jesus together!
You are loved,
Pastor and Muzette
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