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What is Home Fellowships?

View the 2018-19 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.

Book of 1 Corinthians

5:30-7:30pm

Join us as we use the Bible Study Questions book on 1 Corinthians to dive deep into the letter. We will get the benefit of both group bible study and Andy’s preaching as we seek to understand, believe, and apply everything Paul teaches us in his letter.
We will enjoy a meal during our Home Fellowship.

Book of Acts

5:30-7:30pm

We plan to begin our time at 5:30pm on Sunday evenings with worship through song and then have a time of study in the book of Acts, seeing how God worked from the ascension of Christ to Paul’s imprisonment in Rome. Afterwards, we will have a time of prayer and fellowship together.
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.

International Evangelistic Bible Study

6:00pm on Fridays

With Morrisville being home to one of the Triangle’s most diverse international communities, our Home Fellowship exists to be a gospel light to our neighbors. While the internal journey components of prayer and bible intake will be present, there will also be an external component in our HF as we seek to intentionally engage our community as a group and invite unbelieving friends to explore the life and teachings of Jesus through a discovery bible study.  All ages are welcome, and childcare will be provided ($5 suggested donation per child for babysitter). Dessert and light refreshments will be provided. Please feel free to contact James for more info or directions.
This group meets on Friday evenings.

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.

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.
We will enjoy snacks during our Home Fellowship.

Sermon Application

5:30-7:30pm

“Preaching is not only explaining the text but also using it to engage the heart.” In our Home Fellowship, we are going to be doing a Sermon Application study to prayerfully and thoughtfully seek ways to apply the sermons through the book of 1 Corinthians to our everyday lives. We want to truly drive home the heart of the message each week through our time of study, prayer, and fellowship. We are excited to hear how God will be at work in the life of our church as we study through the book of 1 Corinthians…we hope you can 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.

Book of 1 John

5:30-7:30pm

We will study the epistle of 1 John. Our goal is to examine and comprehend the epistle’s three central topics. First, to learn and discern what is the true doctrine of Scripture. Second, to learn to obey true doctrine. And third, to passionately pursue and apply true doctrine in our lives.
We will enjoy a meal during our Home Fellowship.

Book of Philippians

5:30-7:30pm

You’re invited to gather with us as we study, discuss, and apply this great book to our lives. Paul’s letter to the believers in Philippi is a call to unity to those enduring persecution that deeply comforts and challenges the Church today. It elicits contentment, thankfulness, and joy while confronting selfishness in our ambitions and our relationships with others. In this study, we will seek to understand and apply Paul’s Christ centered view of life, relationships, contentment, and possessions as we enjoy fellowship, food, and the blessing of community. Come join us…we will have a great time together.
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 Colossians

6:00-7:30pm

The letter to the Colossians teaches the supremacy of and sufficiency of the Lord Jesus Christ. “You have received Christ; now walk in Him” (Col. 2:6-7). Jonathan Edwards writes, “All that the Christian has, he has in and by Christ… And therefore all may be comprehended in these two things:  the righteousness by which the Christian is accepted, and the happiness by which he is blessed.”
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

1:45-2:30pm

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.

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.

Gospel of Mark

5:30-7:30pm

This year the Stewart Home Fellowship will study the Gospel of Mark.  The second of the four gospels, Mark focuses on the adult years of Jesus and seeks to prove the truth of the prophecies that Jesus fulfilled.  Please consider joining us as we delve into this active account of Jesus’ ministry.
We will enjoy a meal during our Home Fellowship.

Book of Galatians

5:30-7:30pm

In our examination of the relatively brief epistle of Galatians, we will be reminded of the tendency of men and women, not only in the Galatian but also in the present day, to resort to legalism in their quest for salvation and righteousness.  Therefore, the Book of Galatians is a reminder for Christians not only of the futility of their good works, but more importantly, of God’s grace, mercy, and sovereignty.  In addition to considering the timeless matters of legalism, license, and liberty in Christ, the Book of Galatians also provides modern-day Christians with important reminders of the divine origins of the Scriptures, and how brothers and sisters in Christ should not only relate to one another, but also build one another up, and to do so for the glory of God and the good of His kingdom.
We will enjoy a meal during our Home Fellowship.

Book of Philippians

5:30-7:15pm

You’re invited to gather with us as we study, discuss, and apply this great book to our lives. Paul’s letter to the believers in Philippi is a call to unity to those enduring persecution that deeply comforts and challenges the Church today. It elicits contentment, thankfulness, and joy while confronting selfishness in our ambitions and our relationships with others. In this study, we will seek to understand and apply Paul’s Christ centered view of life, relationships, contentment, and possessions as we enjoy fellowship, food, and the blessing of community. Come join us…we will have a great time together.
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 time.

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