For even the Son of Man came not to be served, but to serve...

Mark 10:45

Here at Fellowship, we want to be fully engaged in meeting the needs of the people around us. We want to take action in our community in response to the challenge Jesus gave to all believers; to love their neighbor and their neighborhood. We want to be actively involved with sharing good news and good deeds.

Join us in our desire to ignite a passion for the lost in the life of every believer. Develop a craving in your own life to be salt in the world, always seeking opportunities where you can help fulfill the needs of our city and surrounding communities. Impact and influence the community with the light of Christ by taking His light from INSIDE the walls of Fellowship Bible Church OUT to the community.

Be a part of something great.

Use your Spirit-given gifts to serve.

Every single person whom God has called to Himself through Christ has been given a gift to use in the Church. You are valuable to God. Throughout the year we have opportunities for you to use those gifts in service to our community. Take a look at what's coming up and see how you can be involved.
Find out more about our live nativity, guided walking tour of the Christmas story.

Partner Organizations

FBC also partners with a number of local non-profit ministries and community service providers in the Winchester area. Your support can be as simple as donating to a clothing drive, filling a Christmas stocking, or donating canned goods and hygiene products. If you have a passion for the people groups that these ministries reach, please connect with them for further detail of how you can be involved.


AbbaCare was founded in 1988 to serve women in the community facing unplanned pregnancies. Their focus is to provide the information needed to make choices for the future, to support clients as they begin a family, to provide education on maternity and parenting, and to share the hope of a relationship with Jesus Christ. For more information, go to www.abbacarepartners.org or call them at (540) 665-9600.

The Lord Fairfax House

The Lord Fairfax House is a non-profit system of residential halfway housing for men and women recovering from substance abuse. They offer a supportive environment that is conducive to self-acceptance, self-help, respect by and for others, and increased participation in the community. To find out more go to www.lordfairfaxhouse.com or call (540) 662-8877.

The Laurel Center

Founded in 1983 on the premise that no one should live with violence or the fear of violence, The Laurel Center empowers and supports victims of domestic violence by providing emergency housing, advocacy, support services, and education. Each year, over 100 women and children stay in the emergency shelter and over 2,500 people receive support through 18 programs and services. For more information, go to www.thelaurelcenter.org or call (540) 667-6160.

The Rescue Mission

The purpose of the Winchester Rescue Mission is to express Christ’s love to citizens of Winchester Virginia by providing spiritual guidance, addiction recovery programming, case management, biblical studies, men's residential shelter housing for the homeless, vocational counseling, and daily community food distribution as well as soup kitchen food services to the impoverished families of our community. For more information, go to www.winrescue.org or contact them at (540) 667-5379 to find out more.

The Salvation Army

The mission of the Salvation Army is“to preach the gospel of Jesus Christ and to meet human need, in His name, without discrimination.” The current 300 Fort Collier Road location opened in 1995. This location houses a 48 bed Homeless Shelter and the Social Services and Corps offices. Through the Homeless shelter kitchen, meals are served seven days a week, 52 weeks a year, not just to Homeless Shelter residents, but to everyone who comes to our doors. To find out more, go to www.virginiasalvationarmy.org/winchesterva, or call (540) 662-4777 ext. 25.