Welcome to Freedom Family Fellowship!
Hello, I am Pastor Scott and would like to invite you to worship with us at Freedom Family Fellowship, our church in Four Oaks, NC. I know everyone is looking for a church where they can feel at home and feel valued beyond their tithe check. At Freedom Family Fellowship we try to stress the importance of freedom in worship, without losing sight of the guidelines set forth in scripture. We try to foster an attitude of family, not membership. If you are family, you are always family. And finally, we strive to develop lifelong relationships through fellowship within the body of Christ. We notice when you are not here. You will be received warmly, loved without limitations, developed in your gifts and talents, discipled in your walk with the Lord, set at liberty through worship, led by the Spirit and challenged by an uncompromising, relevant word from the Lord. Either come by to see us or come back again. You will find purpose and power at Freedom Family Fellowship. – Pastor Scott Johnson
At Freedom Family Fellowship we strive to treat everyone as family should be treated. We are all part of the family of God. Our earthly families may not have treated us as God intended or they may have, but either way, we will show you God’s love and respect your feelings, ideas, and needs. You are special! You are family
Freedom Family Fellowship is a non-denominational full gospel church. We Believe the Church is the body of believers consisting of all born-again persons without respect to race, culture, or background. Directed by Jesus Christ and empowered by the Holy Spirit, we desire to grow a church that worships One God in Spirit and in Truth.
“Our Christian experience is all about relationships. The Bible is the story of God passionately pursuing a personal relationship with each of us. We want every person to experience an authentic, personal relationship with Jesus Christ. Relationships with each other are vitally important to Christian growth. As we learn how to help and encourage others, we ourselves are encouraged in our daily walk with Christ.”