A fellowship can be an individual, a couple, a family, or a group of families. There is no hierarchy; only a group of equals. We own no buildings and, like the early Christians, meet in homes. Our numbers are small. We do not compensate ministers. Fellowships are informal, based on the Doctrine of Christ. The purpose is to come together to learn, worship, fast, pray, assist each other who are desirous to come into the fold of God, and to be called His people, and bear one another’s burdens (Mosiah 9:7). Every denomination in the world can be represented in these fellowships. One may join with other like-minded people for worship, fellowship and growth.1
1 See Preserving the Restoration, 518 - 524; 500th Year Reformation Talk One, 8, Dallas, TX, Sept. 21, 2017.