We believe in the same organization that existed in the Primitive Church, namely, apostles, prophets, pastors, teachers, evangelists, and so forth. -Sixth Article of Faith
The Fellowship is an unorganized, nondenominational form of Mormonism. The family is the first layer. Because all that are called may hold the keys of the priesthood, the father and/or mother may be the spiritual leader in the home. This is for them to workout through prayer and revelation. The same is true for same-sex couples. And, in polygamus or polyandry relationship, it is recommended the decision be put to a vote.
The current level of active Fellowship members is home worship. If the Lord sees fit to grow this small movement, eventually families will worship with other likeminded members.
Multiple families that worship together become a congregation. A congregation shouldn’t exceed one hundred fifty adult seekers and disciples (Mosiah 9:51 RAV, 18:18 OPV). Congratulations should be lead by three priesthood holders: a high priest, a high priestess, and evangelist (a mission leader). These three should act as one, are called of the Lord, and sustained by the congregation as pastors. They are to be supported by one male and one female first elder and one male and one female first deacon.
Groups of congregations are to be lead by a high council of evangelists, made of members of each congregation and lead by a patriarch and a matriarch, called by members of the seventy. These travel between congregations, preaching and laboring as missionaries.
Eventually, the Fellowship would require apostles and a first presidency. However, at this point the movement remains unorganized. We recommend seeking out various organized denominations for those that do not wish to worship at home. One may be a member of other Latter Day Saint denominations and still be counted as members of the Fellowship.