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What is Home Fellowships?

View the 2019-20 Schedule

Home Fellowships is the small groups ministry of FBC Durham. Our aim in the meeting times is 4 fold:

Pursue fellowship, care, and accountability within group
Emphasize prayer and biblical application
Participate in gospel advancement
Develop faithful disciples and leaders

Please look through the list below and consider getting involved with Home Fellowships.

Sermon Application

5:30-7:30pm

In an effort to get more out of the incredibly powerful sermons we hear every Sunday morning, Sermon Application and Review will be focused on discussing the morning sermon in order to have meaningful give-and-take (conversation) over the Word and to encourage a deeper application of biblical truth into our daily lives.
We will enjoy a meal during our Home Fellowship.

Sermon Application

5:30-7:30pm

In an effort to get more out of the incredibly powerful sermons we hear every Sunday morning, Sermon Application and Review will be focused on discussing the morning sermon in order to have meaningful give-and-take (conversation) over the Word and to encourage a deeper application of biblical truth into our daily lives.
We will enjoy a meal during our Home Fellowship.

Book of Daniel

5:30-7:30pm

We invite you to join us Sunday evenings at 5:30 when we will worship through song and studying His word together.  We will look at the book of Daniel and see God’s sovereign control over human kingdoms that will rise and fall, while His kingdom will stand for eternity.  Afterwards, we will have a time of prayer and then enjoy a meal and fellowship.  It will be a great opportunity to connect and encourage one another as we journey together in Christ, so we hope you will join us!
We will enjoy a meal during our Home Fellowship.

Sermon Application

5:30-7:30pm

In an effort to get more out of the incredibly powerful sermons we hear every Sunday morning, Sermon Application and Review will be focused on discussing the morning sermon in order to have meaningful give-and-take (conversation) over the Word and to encourage a deeper application of biblical truth into our daily lives.
We will enjoy a meal during our Home Fellowship.

Sermon Application

5:30-7:00pm

In an effort to get more out of the incredibly powerful sermons we hear every Sunday morning, Sermon Application and Review will be focused on discussing the morning sermon in order to have meaningful give-and-take (conversation) over the Word and to encourage a deeper application of biblical truth into our daily lives.
We will enjoy a meal during our Home Fellowship.

Book of 2 Corinthians

5:30-7:30pm

Come join us as we study 2 Corinthians together! We will begin our home fellowship at 5:30 with dinner and fellowship, followed by bible study and then prayer, finishing up at 7:30. Our home has no pets and is kid friendly with lots of toys.
We will enjoy a meal during our Home Fellowship time.

Book of Acts

5:30-7:30pm

You are invited to gather with us as we study, discuss, and apply lessons from the life of the early church to our lives. This book gives us a glimpse into the life, faith, and practice of the early church. Through it we see the importance of the church, the necessity of the power of the Holy Spirit, and the unfolding of God’s sovereign plan to make the name of Christ known through His people throughout the world. Come join us on our journey through the first half of the book of Acts as we seek to grow together.
We will enjoy a meal during our Home Fellowship.

Book of James

5:30-7:30pm

As followers of Christ we have been called into action. Jesus has commanded his disciples to be obedient servants who are doers of the word and not just hearers. The book of James focuses on the actions of a believer and how this is a result of our faith. We hope and pray that through this study of James and as an encouraging body of believers we will walk away every week with a stronger love for the Lord and practical ways to be more obedient with the abundant life Jesus has given us.
We will enjoy a meal during our Home Fellowship.

Book of 1 Peter

5:30-7:30pm

We will enjoy a meal during our Home Fellowship.

 

Exodus 1-20

5:30-7:30pm

Join us as we gather together to study Exodus 1-20. We will look at God’s faithfulness in sending Moses, a savior and deliverer, to rescue the Israelites from slavery in Egypt. We will discuss God’s excellent and glorious works in the 10 plagues, the Red Sea crossing, and the giving of the 10 commandments. And lastly, we will see that, within the Bible, this is a paradigm for how God planned to save and deliver us from our sins through the work of one who is greater than Moses: Jesus Christ, the Savior and Deliverer of God’s chosen people!
We will enjoy a meal during our Home Fellowship.

Sermon Application

6:00-7:30pm

In an effort to get more out of the incredibly powerful sermons we hear every Sunday morning, Sermon Application and Review will be focused on discussing the morning sermon in order to have meaningful give-and-take (conversation) over the Word and to encourage a deeper application of biblical truth into our daily lives.
*Will meet at the Lastowski’s home on 2nd & 4th Sundays, and at Jay King’s home on 3rd Sunday of each month

Sermon Application

5:30-7:30pm

In an effort to get more out of the incredibly powerful sermons we hear every Sunday morning, Sermon Application and Review will be focused on discussing the morning sermon in order to have meaningful give-and-take (conversation) over the Word and to encourage a deeper application of biblical truth into our daily lives.
We will enjoy a meal during our Home Fellowship.

Book of Philippians

6:00-7:30pm

Philippians is a letter that emphasizes joy in Christ and how that can be lived out in our walk with Christ. Come listen to the apostle Paul talk about what a walk with Jesus Christ is in the church and in the world.

Sermon Application

5:30-7:30pm

In an effort to get more out of the incredibly powerful sermons we hear every Sunday morning, Sermon Application and Review will be focused on discussing the morning sermon in order to have meaningful give-and-take (conversation) over the Word and to encourage a deeper application of biblical truth into our daily lives.
We will enjoy a meal during our Home Fellowship.

Sermon Application

5:00-7:00pm

In an effort to get more out of the incredibly powerful sermons we hear every Sunday morning, Sermon Application and Review will be focused on discussing the morning sermon in order to have meaningful give-and-take (conversation) over the Word and to encourage a deeper application of biblical truth into our daily lives.
We enjoy a meal during our Home Fellowship time.

Book of Galatians

5:30-7:30pm

We hope you will join us for a great discussion as we take a verse by verse look at Paul’s Letter to the Galatians.   This letter is Paul’s Gospel – that is – his Good News – his defense of his belief and his new life in Christ.  Galatians is the favorite book of many famous people.  Such as Martin Luther (who found Christ after starting his spiritual journey as a Catholic Priest) by studying Grace in Galatians.  I am sure we will find that it doesn’t just speak to lives from centuries ago but that it will speak to our hearts today as well.   We would love it if you would join us and add to our discussion!  We look forward to a great time of fellowship and prayer.
We will enjoy a meal during our Home Fellowship.

 

Sermon Application

5:30-7:30pm

In an effort to get more out of the incredibly powerful sermons we hear every Sunday morning, Sermon Application and Review will be focused on discussing the morning sermon in order to have meaningful give-and-take (conversation) over the Word and to encourage a deeper application of biblical truth into our daily lives.
We will enjoy a meal during our Home Fellowship.

Gospel of Mark

5:30-7:15pm

The Gospel of Mark is a vivid, action packed, riveting account of the life of Jesus.  This HF will study the Gospel of Mark to better understand the life and ministry of Jesus, and to also learn how we can use this Gospel to teach others about Jesus.  Mark is an excellent Gospel to use when talking to a co-worker, neighbor, classmate, family member, or friend about who Jesus was, why He came, and what it means to follow Him.  We look forward to enjoying fellowship, praying for one another, studying the Gospel, and discussing how we use this Gospel to advance the name of Christ.
We will enjoy a meal during our Home Fellowship.

Sermon Application

5:30-7:15pm

In an effort to get more out of the incredibly powerful sermons we hear every Sunday morning, Sermon Application and Review will be focused on discussing the morning sermon in order to have meaningful give-and-take (conversation) over the Word and to encourage a deeper application of biblical truth into our daily lives.
We will enjoy a meal during our Home Fellowship.

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