We hope you get to meet all of our staff and ministry leaders. Fellowship Kansas City functions like one big happy family because we enjoy working together and are unified in mission. Be assured we are all looking forward to meeting you.

Meet Our Staff


Fellowship KC is located in Kansas City, Missouri, just north of Union Chapel Elementary school on NW Hampton Road. We’ve provided a map so it’s easy for you to find us when you join us for a worship service.

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We agree with the 2000 Baptist Faith and Message. “What is that?” you ask. It’s a statement, with scriptures to back it up, about important things like what we believe about The Scriptures, God, Man, Salvation, Grace, The Church and other topics of the faith.

What We Believe


With an ever-increasing population in the Northland, Pastor Steve Dighton saw the need for a Bible-preaching and Gospel-driven church in this area. We gathered a core-group of people to launch
our new campus in August
of 2013.

Read Our Story
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9:00amFellowship Groups



6:30pmChildren, Youth, & Adult Bible Studies


We are located just north of Union Chapel Elementary school on NW Hampton Road. Directions to us.


Welcome from the Pastor

I want to personally thank you for considering Fellowship Kansas City. In a time when finding a church is a challenge for many and, in all honesty, exhausting, it has been our hope that you would find an inviting place to worship. It is our prayer that from the moment you pull in the parking lot or check your children into our secure children’s area, you will sense a warm community that enjoys a good laugh and shares an open shoulder together through the journey of life. As a Gospel-driven church, we are excited to see how God continues to move through our church by raising up generations to know the Gospel, weaving friendships together through the Gospel, and multiplying our church to make a local and global impact with the Gospel. I would like to personally invite you to join us at Fellowship Kansas City.

–Wesley Vance, Campus Pastor