Concord Fellowship Baptist Church Is a congregation of love and compassion. It is a wonderful place of worship,fellowship,and great teachings. I love the way they teach,you just can feel the presence of God every time you here the word of God; You know that it is the Lord bringing forth the word. Concord fellowship is a amazing church and have amazing people who loves the lord. You automatically feel at home and always want to attend. We have great leaders who love to teach us the way of life and how we should present ourselves to our Lord and Savior. Pastor Drew and leaders are wonderful people of God,strict, and to the point.Our leaders discipline is nothing but love.They are honest and their loyalty is unto God. They have a true ministry; and leading people to christ is something that they love; that's how I was led to christ by the hearing of his magnificent word. If you want to know God and have a relationship with him, please by all means come hear what God has given our shepard to teach us. It's all about God! We have fun at CONCORD FELLOWSHIP BAPTIST CHURCH.
At first glance this place was big and a little intimidating. But once I got inside all that went away. There were smiling faces, welcoming us in and shaking our hands. They even had special seating for us! I liked it alot. Then came the music. I have never heard music like that in a church before. Even my daughter liked it which was shocking. The Pastor came out with a great message and I felt like I could understand and keep up with what he was saying. I later found out that the lady singing is the Pastors wife!! How cool. Our first time was the Easter service and there was a drama that brought me to tears. There is so much going there that I will be going back to learn more.
This place was awesome! The music, the worship, the preaching, the people, all of it was exactly what I have been looking for. As soon as I walked in there were people greeting me and shaking my hand. It was just a nice atmosphere and I didnt feel out of place, as you can at other churches. I looked around and thought to myself how these were my kind of people.