9250 Commerce Cove
Maumelle, AR 72113

Service Times

Sunday Mornings
@ 9 & 11 am


About Maumelle

We are excited to welcome you to Fellowship’s Maumelle Campus! Our Sunday morning gatherings are meant to be a place for you to connect with God and others, grow in the transforming truth of the gospel, and love one another through service.

When you walk in, you’ll meet some of our friendliest volunteers who are here to greet you and help you find your way around. If you have kids, they’ll introduce them to our safe and fun kids ministry, with environments prepared for all ages available during both our Sunday services. We have a café that serves coffee and doughnuts, so feel free to come early and get something to eat or drink.

Most of all, we desire to see the hope of the gospel transform individuals, families, and this city for the glory of God!

Taking Steps Together…

At Fellowship we’re all heading in the same direction – but each of us is at a unique place in the journey. So whatever the next step is for you – take it!

Next Steps


Join a Group

Start Serving


Looking for additional information?

Here are some of the most popular questions we receive from people about Fellowship Maumelle.

If you have other questions feel free to reach out to us here: [email protected] 

Where do I find information about what's available for my kids?

For more information on our Kids Ministry (birth-6th grade), visit our page.

For more information on our Student Ministry (7th-12th grade), visit our page.

Will I have to sign, say, or give anything?

You are welcome to come in and worship alone or connect with us as much as you’d like! Though we’d love for you to connect with us so we could get to know you, we understand you might just want to check out the church or just ask a few questions.

What should I wear?

Wear what makes you comfortable. You will see a range at Fellowship from business casual to jeans or shorts. 

What Bible translation do you preach from?

Fellowship believes that there are many good translations of the Bible, but have agreed to preach our sermons from the English Standard Translation (ESV) for clarity for our church family. Our teachers have the freedom to quote a verse from a different translation when it helps them explain the Scriptures in a more effective way, but most of our reading and preaching currently comes from the ESV.

If I miss a service can I go back and watch or listen to it?

Yes! Here is a link to our YouTube page. We stream live on Sundays and also have previous sermon content on there as well.