Sabbath 2022

Welcome to our Sabbath celebration at Freedom Fellowship Church!

For 40 days beginning July 1, we pause to focus on God's gift of rest. We use this time to reset our lives, slow down how much we do, and focus more on what we do. Many of our small groups will not be meeting, but we have several events to unite us as we celebrate our church family, our children, and our unity in serving, fellowship, and worship. Save the dates and find information about these events below and there will be more to come!

This is a very intentional time to focus on this gift of rest and God's provision.

Click here for brief introduction to Sabbath Rest


night of worship 
JULY 10 | 6:00–7:30pm

What better way to begin our Sabbath season together than to worship. This special night will be here at Freedom Fellowship on Sunday, July 10, from 6 to 7:30pm. Let's join together along with our Freedom Fellowship worship team on what is sure to be an amazing night of giving praise and worship to our God.

Sign up for Childcare for July 10


july 20 6:00-9:00pm

Fiesta Bowling Lanes is reserved for Freedom Fellowship Church for a night of friendly bowling competitions. The church has paid for the lanes and shoes, so just bring your family and some change for food and join in the fun.

6pm - Lanes open for bowling

8pm - Cosmic bowling begins

9pm - End of event


relaxing with coffee and conversations
august 5 | 7:00–9:00pm

We gather to just relax and enjoy some music and well...  just hang out on Friday, August 5. We'll join together in the courtyard for just some fun music, iced coffee, cold drinks, cookies, and sweets. Bring your lawn chairs and gather for some joyful conversations and sing-a-long live music from our talented musicians and singers as we just hang out for a relaxed evening.

Brings some friends and come enjoy this time of fellowship with our church community!

Childcare available for 3 and under.

Sign up for Childcare for August 5 

Sabbath SupperS
august 7 - 13 | YOU PICK THE TIME

“Lets get together and have a meal sometime!”

“We really need to get the families together down at the park soon!”

“How about coming over to the house sometime?”

“Maybe we can all get together and do something together?”

How many times have you said something like this… and not followed through? If you are like the rest of us the good plans seldom materialize! That is why this Sabbath season, one whole week is set aside to invite someone to your home as well as be with others to “break bread” together and fellowship.

  • Get a bucket of chicken and go to the park with another family
  • Fire up the grill and cook some hamburgers while the kids run in the sprinkler.
  • Invite some singles over to enjoy your family’s favorite meal.
  • Relax on the front porch and share stories about meeting Jesus for the first time.

This is meant to be a “low pressure” event, by the way. No need to stress and fret over fancy food or table settings for the evening and instead concentrate on the new and renewed friendship that will surely take place.


august 14

Each year during our Sabbath celebration, we give together to support our mission's ministries. Let's start praying about making a big impact in the mission field for 2022. Stay tuned for more details.


We are really looking forward to the coming weeks of celebrating God’s gift of rest with you. Look for specific devotionals to get us focused on what Sabbath looks like and how to celebrate this meaningful time. I hope you’ll take it all to heart and dig into the good things God has for you and His great provision!