Fellowship is one of John Wesley’s instituted means of grace. Fellowship, after all, is initiated by Jesus and practiced by His followers who pursue it as they grow in their discipleship. Fellowship, according to Wesley, isn’t how we would define it as a common noun. Wesley saw Fellowship as a proper noun, with a capital “F.” His view is that Fellowship is really about watching over one another in love. This means that Fellowship is not just about getting together to pass time or for entertainment. Fellowship is deeply spiritual and therefore it is transformational. In fact, John Wesley in his notes describes over and over again those early Methodists who were transformed in Fellowship by the power of the Holy Spirit.
So Come! Come to the Fellowship! Come and Be Transformed!