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 the week of August 25 and run through the week of December 9 for the first semester. We would love to help you find and connect to a great Home Church!
Bios for each Home Church launching this Fall will be posted soon. 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 four years ago in Houston. Jason, a UCA alum is glad to be back in Conway (since May 2018) with Tabitha, they celebrated the birth of their first baby girl, Isabella, last fall. When not working Jason enjoys punishing himself with house remodel projects (especially wiring speakers in every room), movies and board games. Tabitha loves being a stay at home mom and fellowships with ladies over a good cup of English tea. What they are most excited about home church is engaging with people on a deeper level. The May HC will be meeting 6:30 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.
Trey and Christina Howell/Jonathan and Jennifer Foster
The Howells have been married 16 years & enjoy life with their 5 children – 4 boys & 1 girl. Trey is a native Arkansan & enjoys woodworking, hunting, playing sports with his kids, and a good laugh. Christina is a native to
Conway since age 5 & enjoys outdoor activities, the beach, a good read, and a good Diet Coke. Trey works in medical device sales & Christina is a stay at home Mom. The Howells strive to center their life around Christ and are passionate about bettering their marriage, attempting to raise God-focused children, and being in community that encourages that.
Jonathan and Jennifer Foster have been married for 18 years and moved to Conway in 2011 with their two boys, Bennett and Steele. Jonathan works in the construction industry and loves sports with his boys, being outdoors, and ice cream. Jennifer works one day a week as a dental hygienist and the other days devoted to her boys. She enjoys family time, road trips, and a good conversation over a cup of coffee. The Fosters strongly value meaningful relationships and desire to create a sense of community that encourages and builds up the lives of others. They have a heart for hospitality and love having their home full of people and laughter. The Howell/Foster Home Church will be meeting on Wednesday evenings.
John and Claudia Courtway
John and Claudia Courtway have been married for thirty years, have five children between the ages of twenty and twenty-nine, and have been attending Fellowship Bible Church for approximately seventeen years. When John shows up for work, he is an attorney. He enjoys yoga, drum circles, and hiking in the woods. John knows the traps facing the Believer because John has fallen into most of them. Claudia works in the study abroad office at Hendrix College. She enjoys small town festivals, going on adventures with friends, and being in the sunshine. The Courtway home church will meet Sunday evenings at a time convenient for the people.
Ron and Jane Duggins
Ron, Jane, Lilian (13), Sofia (10) and Jane’s Parents Leoni & Jose moved to Conway in 2015. Jane is a web designer by profession and the lead learner in their homeschooling family. Ron is a professor at UCA teaching Entrepreneurship and Innovation and he is also an Executive & Career Coach. The Duggins’ have a special place in their hearts and home for international students as Jane herself came to the U.S. as a graduate student from Brazil. If you like black beans and rice then chances are there will be a pot waiting anytime you show up at their home! The Duggins Home Church will meet Sunday evenings.