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Welcome to Fellowship Church Lubbock

Soli Deo Gloria!

Our mission is to provide a place for worship, ministry, and spiritual growth
with the specific purpose of bringing glory to God alone.


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My Friends In Hebrews

“My books are my tools.  They also serve as my counsel, my consolation, and my comfort.  They are my friends and my delights.” ~ Charles Spurgeon Those words appear on a coffee mug that Jessica picked up for me at the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary a few years ago.  As a result, those words are – READ MORE >

Resources for Sunday’s Sermon – February 19, 2017

This past Sunday our sermon series in Hebrews brought us to Hebrews 2:1-4. The sermon is titled, “So Great A Salvation” and can be found HERE. The writer of Hebrews provides an exhortation found in verse 1 saying, “we must pay much closer attention to what we have heard”. This is the first warning that – READ MORE >

Resources for Sunday’s Sermon – February 12, 2017

This week we concluded Hebrews chapter 1 with the second part of a message titled, “The Person and Word of Jesus Christ:  Superior to Angels”.  The text was Hebrews 1:4-14.  You can find the sermon HERE. To assist your study, below are some additional passages that were covered: Joshua 10:24 Psalm 19:1; 33:6; 51; 102; – READ MORE >

Resources for Sunday’s Sermon – February 5, 2017

This past Sunday’s message was titled, “The Person and Work of Jesus Christ:  Superior to Angels”.  Our text was Hebrew 1:4-14 and is part one of a two-part message.  You can find the message HERE. From the text this week, we saw the person and work of Jesus Christ and observed that His work has – READ MORE >

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"Fellowship Church Lubbock" is in no way affiliated with Ed Young or his "Fellowship Church" network in Dallas, Fort Worth, or Miami.