We encourage you to take part in getting to know other people at North Shore Fellowship by consistently getting together with a small group of people. The biggest way our adults get to know one another is through our Fellowship Groups, which meet all over the city in homes at various days and times. There are also opportunities to get to know people through women’s or men’s groups, youth group, attending potluck meals, or by serving with others. 

Fellowship Groups

Fellowship Groups (small groups) take place all over the city, in homes, backyards, or virtually. Most groups consist of 8-15 adults of various ages and stages of life. Some groups meet weekly, while others meet once or twice a month. Liz Edrington can help you get connected with a group that will work well for your schedule.

Women's Ministry

Get connected to Women's Bible Studies, the Young at Heart group, or our support group: Beatitude Living

Men's Discipleship

Men can get connected 2 ways:

Monthly breakfast Bible study on 1st Thursdays at NSF. Look for announcements.

Discipleship groups (4-6 men per group, engaging material to foster deeper relationships). Contact to join a group.

Young Adults

Sometimes it can be difficult to meet people who are in a similar stage of life. If you’re looking to connect with other folks (single or married) who are 22 – early 30s, we’d love to help!

Email to get future invitations, or to ask a question.

College Students

Text COLLEGE to 423.708.5307 to get connected at NSF

Student Ministry

High School group meets Sundays from 6-8pm. Middle School group meets Wednesdays from 5-7 pm. Each group meets at 105 Frazier & outside as weather permits.

Children's Ministry

Children’s Ministry is committed to partnering with families in teaching children the gospel. PreK-5th Grade students can find the Children’s Bulletin on Sundays posted with our worship service, and videos & lessons from teachers on the Kid’s Connect page.

Beatitude Living

Mondays, 6:00-7:00 p.m. in the Fellowship Hall. For women coping with an addicted spouse, family member, or friend. Some of the needs addressed include perfectionism, control, co-dependency, and eating disorders. This group is anonymous and there is no need to sign up. If you want to know more, email (Masks required, we have them available if you need one.)


This class is for anyone interested in learning more about what we believe and practice at North Shore Fellowship. You will not be asked or required to join the church at any time. We do ask that you sign up for this class, so that we have the right amount of materials available.