People were made by God to be relational. We were designed to be in communion with our Creator and with each other, and it is one part of the calling of the church to promote good fellowship with God and man.
Thankfully, fellowship after the fall into sin is still possible, solely because of Jesus Christ, who did not merely give himself to save individuals, but died to save a church. Jesus did not leave us lonely, but has brought us into a family with his Father as our Father, and with countless brothers and sisters besides.
The most important fellowship at Grace Church is found in our worship services, where we meet with God and each other. This fellowship continues informally after the service in our weekly coffee hour and our monthly “fellowship meal.” Members often continue this Sabbath fellowship and festivity in their homes, sharing meals and conversations with each other.