The Church of Jesus Christ in Christian Fellowship (or “the Fellowship”) is a Latter Day Saint Restorational (Mormon) unity movement based on the original Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints started by Joseph Smith Jr. We are a nondenominational branch of the Christian faith. Some might call us Latter Day Saint universalists because we welcome all, regardless of denomination. Our focus is on unity through the teachings of “Mormon Kabbalah” through the eyes of ubuntu; a quality of essential virtues, including but not limited to compassion, tolerance, and acceptance.

Three fold mission of the Fellowship of Christ

  1. Grow closer to Jesus Christ; as individuals and as a community, teaching and learning the Christian virtue of ubuntu
  2. Bring others to Jesus Christ; into the Fellowship or whichever branch of Christ’s Church they best fit in the spirit of ubuntu
  3. Fellowshipping together as Christians; worshiping Jesus Christ through God’s Word, the Sacraments, ministry, outreach, Kabbalah, and jubilee

Not a Traditional Church

The Fellowship is not a “church” as many see the term used today. The Church isn’t an institution but a people, the body of Christ. The name comes from the original name of Joseph Smith’s denomination, the Church of Christ, and what we do; create a safe place for Christian fellowship. As Kristine Ferriman, co-president of the Fellowship has said: “You are the Church, and together we are a fellowship.”

We believe strongly in the worth of all persons and understand the realty of human nature in the meditation, “I am because we are.” If you’re a woman looking to be ordained, welcome! If you’re a member of the LGBTQ community, welcome! If you embrace Joseph Smith’s (and the original Saints’) magical world views, welcome! If you’re not, or you don’t, welcome! There are no outcasts here.

This movement doesn’t exist to condemn or reject any of the other branches of Christianity; Latter Day Saint, or any other church, denomination, religion, or any other faith. All faiths have origins in or similarities with Kabbalah and Hermetics.

The Fellowship is a Bridge

The Fellowship is also a bridge to help Mormons and other Christians cross the divide we have created warning in ideologies against one another. We do this by sharing the ancient revealed wisdom of Kabbalah. Mormon Kabbalah differs from traditional Kabbalah for a number of reasons. These include, but are not limited to; our faith in Christ, our understanding that God is knowable, and our inclusion of a wide variety of scripture across the whole movement.

Salvation is not tied to a church, it is tied to our Savior: Jesus Christ. The Bible won’t save us, the Book of Mormon won’t save us; Jesus will save us, if we but accept him. Regardless of religion, if one has accepted Jesus Christ as their personal Savior this site is meant to be a place for you—this Fellowship is for you.

All are Welcome

It is the will of the Lord through that we create a place where those looking to worship Jesus and study the Word of God may do so without fear of rejection. With the Fellowship all may come and find peace. All may come and find a place where the Lord can continue to reveal his Word to mankind.

The Lord is looking for volunteers to help build the Fellowship. If you feel the Spirit that brought you here (the Lord put you on the path that brought you to this site) asking you to participate, please reach contact the Church via email:


God bless.

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