Fitzroy Presbyterian Church
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Your membership means more than simply signing a piece of paper. Becoming a member of Fitzroy expresses your commitment to this “spiritual family,” a family that worships together, grows in faith together, and serves one another.
We are committed to connecting with you and desire to help you solidify your faith and find your place at Fitzroy. The new membership classes are open to anyone who is a follower of Christ and is at least 18 years old. Separate classes are offered to teenagers who are followers of Jesus Christ and wish to become members.
In the New Members Class, we provide a review of Fitzroy's history, and an overview of our ministry values, what we believe and our Statement of Purpose. If you're interested in membership, please attend a New Members Class which runs once or twice a year. Having completed the course there is no obligation to become a member. However before you become a member you will need to have completed the New Members course and have been baptised.
The Meaning of Membership
For just as we have many members in one body and all the members do not have the same function, so we, who are many, are one body in Christ, and individually members one of another." ~Romans 12:4-5
Church membership is not a means of salvation; becoming a member of Fitzroy or any other church does not assure anyone of eternal life in heaven. Church membership also is not a requirement for worshipping or serving at Fitzroy, and it is not a command found in the Bible. The Bible does tell believers, however, to meet regularly with a group of Christians who love, serve, and encourage one another (see Ephesians 4:16, I Timothy 3:15, and Romans 12:4-5).
Still Have Questions?
We want to make this easy yet keep it meaningful. If the process described above leaves you with questions, contact our minister or call us at the church at 028 9031 9710, or
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