Home Church is all about relationships
Home Church, Fellowship’s small group ministry, is our primary way for the body of Fellowship to connect relationally with God and with each other through prayer, study, serving, and sharing life together. Our Home Church ministry will kick off for the fall on Sunday, August 19 and run through December 9. We would love to help you find and connect to a great Home Church!
Below are quick bios for each Home Church that is ready for you. Find one that looks interesting or like a good place for you to connect relationally, fill out the simple form, and get connected! We keep our Home Church size to 12-14 people max, to ensure relationships have a chance to flourish.
Jason and Tabitha May
She was a Texan living in England. He was an Arkansan living in Honduras, but God brought them together and were married three years ago in Houston. Jason, a UCA alum is glad to be back in Conway with Tabitha and their first baby on the way! When not working Jason enjoys punishing himself with house remodel projects (especially wiring speakers in every room), movies, and board games. Tabitha plays the drums and loves a good English cup of tea. What they am most excited about home church is engaging with people on a deeper level. The May HC will be meeting at 6 pm on Sunday evenings.
Mark and Linda Harris
Mark and Linda have a love for cycling and running. Thirty-four years of marriage and an empty nest have us enjoying outdoor activities that keep us feeling young as we age. We also travel often to see grandchildren and have two more on the way. Early in his career, Mark spent 5 years in the Navy. Linda’s father, grandfather, and husband have all been engineers. Linda is an RN working at Conway Regional Rehabilitation Hospital . What they are most excited about when it comes to Home Church is meeting believers working through the same earthly struggles we face. The Harris HC will meet on Tuesday evenings.
Phil and Blair Eberhard
Besides following sports year-round, Phil enjoys learning, listening to podcasts, and playing with the latest gadgets. When not caring for others through her career as a nurse, Blair is caring for their three kids, ages 3-6, watching the Food Network, and taking in a movie. Phil grew up at Fellowship and started dating Blair while in high school. After college, they returned to Fellowship to raise their family. The Eberhard Home Church meets Sundays at 3:15 pm.