The mission of Fellowship Bible Church is the same mission Jesus gave his followers: Go therefore and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit.  Therefore, everything we do is with the ultimate aim to glorify God by producing more and more fully devoted followers of Jesus Christ.


We are committed to glorifying God by producing more and more fully devoted followers of Jesus, helping everyone thrive in their walk with God, not just survive.

Therefore, we desire...
We Desire to Saturate Utah Valley with the Gospel.

We Desire to Reflect the Savior in Word and Deed.

We Desire to Welcome Everyone.
Regardless of economic status, gender, age, or ethnicity with open arms into the life of our Church – where anyone can find love, acceptance, help, hope, forgiveness, guidance, & encouragement.

We Desire to be Active and Present in Our Valley.
A structured movement fully engaged in our neighborhoods and places of work.

We Desire to Finish both Phase 2 and Phase 3 of Our Building Project. 
Phase 2 – an elevator and balcony. Phase 3 – a recreational facility/gymnasium area with a kitchen and additional classrooms and storage. All of this will be designed to minister to more and more people. As more and more lives are impacted by the good news of the Gospel, we desire to be prepared to welcome anyone and everyone to be a part of what God is doing through our ministry.

We Desire to Love Others as Christ has Loved Us. 
When people talk about Fellowship Bible Church, we want them to tell stories of a Church that is generously and courageously

Above all, Fellowship Bible Church wants to make a lasting difference in your life, in our Valley, and in the world.


The following Core Values represent our strong desire to fulfill both the mission and vision God has given us as a local church.

We make much of Jesus, not ourselves

The Gospel is good news – for the individual, the Church, and the world – to the glory of God and for the joy of His people. We make much of Jesus, seeking to live and love as He did, so that more and more can come to know Him. The Gospel is foundational to everything we are and everything we do. It’s not about us; it’s all about Jesus! Our desire would be to echo what John the Baptist said in John 3:33 – “I must become less, He must become greater.”

We believe in the authority of God's Word, not man's opinions 

We want God’s revealed truth to permeate all of life and ministry. Our goal is that believers would mature in Christlikeness by means of an ever-increasing knowledge of and submission to the Word of God (2 Tim. 3:15-16). We want to study God’s Word in depth and be grounded in sound doctrine (Heb. 5:12-14). Therefore, the Bible will take priority and prominence in our worship services, for it has the power to change lives.

We are stewards, not owners

Everything that we have has been graciously given to us as a display of God’s grace with the purpose of pointing us back to him. That means that we are not owners, rather we are stewards. We want to be a church that responds to the gospel by being generous stewards of our time, talent and treasure. Generosity strengthens our devotion to Christ and frees us to live open-handedly with the gifts God gives us. (Ephesians 5:15-16; 1 Peter 4:10; Romans 12:4-6; 2 Corinthians 9:7) We joyfully give more of our time, treasures, and talents out of love for the One who gave ALL for us. God doesn’t just want generosity from us, He wants it for us.

We believe the best is yet to come, not behind us

Because we cannot do anything apart from Jesus (John 15:4-5), and because the Spirit has been given to empower us to fulfill the mission God has for us (Acts 1:8), we will depend wholly on the Holy Spirit to do in and through us, “greater works” than He did (John 14:12). We must be dependent on God and that will most clearly be evidenced in this Church being “a house of prayer for all the nations” (Matt. 21:13). As we maintain a commitment to prayer, believing God is able to do exceedingly and abundantly more than we could even ask or imagine (Ephesians 3:20-21), the hope that always pushes us ahead into the future is that the best is yet to come.

We do life together, not in isolation

Church at its core is about relationships. Because believers are the children of God (brothers and sisters in Christ – John 1:12), we share the same Father. As broken people who have been adopted by God, we treat each other as treasured family members. We go out of our way to love, help, and pray for each other, inspiring one another to love and good works. We’re better together. Because God exists in eternal relationship (2 Cor. 13:14), and made us in His image (Genesis 1:27), we refuse to do life in isolation. Together, we pursue relationships marked by love, humility, and selflessness. (Colossians 3:12-17)

We are contributors, not consumers

If the goal is more and more maturing followers of Jesus Christ, then structuring our church in such a way that the Body of Christ are contributors, and not just consumers, is so important. We will do ministry in such a way to see more and more people using their gifts and serving. We want to see everyone flourishing and thriving in their walk with God. A big piece of that is equipping the saints for the work of the ministry, and ‘sending’ them out to play a role in this Church being the healthy, strong, and impactful Church we desire it to be. (Rom. 12:6-8; 1 Pt. 4:11)