The Journey

New Member Orientation

Starting Points
New Member Orientation 1
2-Week Session (Every Sunday excluding 5th Sunday)
Room 206 | 2nd Floor | Education Center

New Believe Orientation
New Convert Class
6-Week Session (Every Sunday excluding 5th Sunday)
Room 204 | 2nd Floor | Education Center

Life 201
New Member Orientation 2
4-Week Session (Every Sunday excluding 5th Sunday)
Room 204 | 2nd Floor | Education Center

Support Services of Fellowship

Bereavement Services

Contact: Rena Bowman

(773) 924-3232

Bereavement services are here to assist you in making arrangements for funerals held at Fellowship. Bereavement services also will provide resolutions on behalf of Fellowship for members, or loved ones of members, who have passed away.

Comfort Care Line

(773) 619-3583

This line is used during non-business hours to contact a minister from Fellowship in the event of a hospitalization or loss.

Cornerstone Counseling Center of Chicago

Contact: 312-573-8860

(Confidential Consultation Session)

Counseling services at Fellowship are provided by Cornerstone Counseling Center of Chicago. The service provided includes relationship therapy, processing grief/loss, overcoming depression, managing stress & anxiety, healing from past hurts and abuse.

Membership Services/Congregational Care

Contact: Wendy Irby

(773) 924-3232

Membership Services will assist you with any information relative to your membership needs such as baptism, baby dedications, hospitalization, letters of recommendations, weddings as well as, update your membership information. Congregational Care provides care and support to families and individuals in a personal and compassionate way.

Pastoral Care/Spiritual Guidance

Contact: 773-924-3232 

This team enables our members to receive the spiritual support and care needed to continue to grow as disciples.

Social Services and Community Outreach

Contact: Aurelia Daniels

(773) 924-3232

Social Services and Community Outreach promotes, protects, and provides for the well- being of individuals and families by offering access to needed services through programming, events, referrals, and partnerships.