Guest’s Guide

VisitorsGuideWe are glad you have visited Fellowship in the Pass Church, or are considering visiting for the first time. This page is here to help you learn what our church is all about and to help you get connected with our life as a church. Please don’t hesitate to contact me if you have any questions.

Pastor Mark Rogers

What We Are All About

Our mission is to glorify God by giving truth in love to our world.

What We Believe

We think that the most important thing about a church is what it believes about God. Our Statement of Faith explains what we believe the Bible teaches. Statement of Faith

The Gospel

The core of our beliefs and the center of Christianity is the Gospel of Jesus Christ. The Gospel is the good news of what Jesus has done on behalf of sinful people so that we can know God. Here you can learn more about the Gospel, and becoming a Christian.

Fellowship in the Pass on Sunday Mornings

Sunday Schedule
9:00 am ~ Adult Core Courses
9:00 am ~ Bible Study: Birth – High School
10:30 am ~ Worship Service

What about Children?

Ages 0-3
Childcare is provided at 9:00 Bible Study and 10:30 Worship Service
Ages 4-5
9:00 – We have age-specific Sunday School Classes for all ages.
10:30 –  Children stay with their family for the singing and have the option of going to Children’s Church during the sermon.
Ages 6+
9:00 – We have age-specific Sunday School Classes for all ages.
10:30 – Children 6 and up are encouraged to worship with their parents during the service.

Everyone who works with children is required to go through a screening process which includes a written application, references, fingerprinting, and background check. Please let us know of any allergies, and we will care well for your child.

When you arrive on Sunday morning you can go to Check-in Center on the right side of the lobby to check your child into his or her class. For more information about our children’s ministry, go here. For more about our Sunday classes for middle and high school classes, go here.

What to Expect

Here is some information on what you can expect during your first visit.


Here are directions to our church building.

How to Get Connected

Perhaps you have been visiting for a little while and want to know how to get more deeply connected and involved in the life of the church. Here are some suggestions.

Join a Small Group

Participating in a small group is the best way to begin forming deep, Christ-centered community. We have multiple ways to get connected to a small group. groups meet on Sunday mornings at the church, others meet during the week in homes or at the church. Or join the women’s Bible study on a Monday evening or Tuesday morning.

Church 101

Church 101 is for those who are considering making Fellowship in the Pass their church home. This class teaches, in more detail, about our mission, our beliefs, and our ministries. It’s a great opportunity to learn more about God, to experience fellowship, and to consider church membership. For more information, call the church office at 951-845-2693,  email  or see here.


Our desire is for new visitors to spend time getting to know us before finding a place to serve. Once you think this is your church home, we would encourage you to find a place to serve on one of our ministry teams. You can do this by talking to any pastor or ministry team leader.


We believe that one of the main ways we can grow as Christians is to invest ourselves deeply into the life of a local church. At Fellowship in the Pass, we call this kind of commitment church membership. Here is some information on what membership means and how to become a member.