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" (Mt. 28:19). Therefore, all that we do is aimed to glorify God by making and equipping fully devoted followers of Jesus Christ. 


As we commit to producing fully devoted followers of Jesus, it is our desire to see everyone enjoy the fullness of a relationship with God.

Therefore, we seek  to . . .
Saturate Utah Valley with the Gospel
We believe the Gospel—the death and resurrection of Jesus— is “the power of God for salvation to everyone who believes” (Rom. 1:16). This is the message we seek to make known throughout  the valley so that many may come to know Jesus as their Savior.

Reflect the Savior in Word and Deed
This is the essence of being a disciple of Christ, that we would be reflections of Him to the world, so that the world would be drawn to Him.  

Welcome Everyone
Regardless of economic status, gender, age, or ethnicity, we want to welcome all with open arms into the life of our Church – where anyone can find hope, help, forgiveness, guidance, encouragement, and love.

Be Active and Present in Our Valley
We don't want to stay behind the doors of the church but to go into our neighborhoods, our places of work, and in our community, bringing the message and hope of reconciliation.

Love Others as Christ has Loved Us 
As God so loved the world by giving His Son, and as the Son loved us in giving Himself for our sin, we want to give of ourselves so that all would come to know and experience the love of God for them.


We make much of Jesus, not ourselves

As Paul says in First Corinthians 1:23, "we preach Christ crucified." At the heart of the gospel lies the message of what Christ, who is God in human flesh, did on our behalf—died in our place, bearing the full penalty for our sins and reconciling us back to God. Our salvation is based, not on our own goodness or best efforts, but entirely on the perfect and completed work of Christ. We owe everything to Him, for apart from Him we have nothing to offer God.  Now, we live "so that the name of the Lord Jesus will be glorified in us" (2 Th. 1:11-12). 

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

We hold the Bible to be God's written revelation to mankind. As such,  it bears the same qualities of its Author. Since God is truthful, trustworthy, and authoritative, so is the Bible. We seek to grow in knowledge and understanding of God by diligently and honestly studying His Word. And we trust that God will use His Word to establish us in our faith and mature is un Christ-likeness. 

We are stewards, not owners

Everything we have has been graciously entrusted to us as a display of God’s grace with the purpose of pointing us back to Him. This means that we are not owners, but stewards. We want to be a church that responds to the gospel by being generous stewards of our time, talents, and treasures. Generosity strengthens our devotion to Christ and frees us to love open-handedly with the gifts God gives us (Eph. 5:15-16; 1 Pt. 4:10; Rom. 12:4-6; 2 Cor. 9:7). We joyfully give more of our time, talents, and treasures out of love for the One who gave ALL for us. 

We rely on the power of the Holy Spirit, not our own strength.

It is God’s power, through the Holy Spirit dwelling in believers, that causes fruit, maturity, and growth in the church. The Bible tells us that apart from an abiding relationship with Jesus, we are incapable of producing fruit in our own lives, and in the church (John 15:4-5). But God has given His Spirit to those who have placed their faith in Jesus, and it is the Spirit who empowers us to fulfill God’s mission for us (Acts 1:4-5. 8). We depend on God, through prayer, for His work to be done in and through us. As we maintain a commitment to prayer, we believe God is able to do “far more abundantly beyond all that we could ask or imagine” (Eph. 3:20-21). 

We do life together, not in isolation

Church, at its core, is about relationships—a relationship with God and relationship with others. Where once we were alienated and separated from God (Col. 1:21; Eph. 1:13), those who have placed their faith in Christ are now children of God (John 1:12, 1 John 3:1). Through faith we have been adopted by God and brought into His family (Eph. 1:5; Rom. 8:15-17). As such, we treat each other as treasured family members. Together, we pursue relationships marked by love, humility, and selflessness (Col. 3:12-17). We go out of our way to love, help, and pray for each other, inspiring one another to love and good deeds (Heb. 10:24).  

We are contributors, not consumers

As we are committed to developing mature followers of Jesus, we structure our church in such a way that each member of the body is built up and equipped to participate in the ministry of the church (1 Cor. 12:12, 27; Rom 12:5; Eph. 4:11-12). A mark of a healthy church is that all its members are actively using the gifts God has given them for the building up of the body as a whole (1 Cor. 12:7; 1 Pt. 4:10; Eph 4:12-16). This is an essential aspect of the maturing Christian life—to be used by God to serve and invest in the spiritual well being of others.