Doctrines of the Saints of the Church of Jesus Christ in Christian Fellowship

The Church of Jesus Christ in Christian Fellowship (or “the Fellowship”) is a branch of the Latter Day Saint Restorational movement started by Joseph Smith Jr. in 1830. We are a nondenominational Mormon branch of the Christian faith. Some might call us Latter Day Saint Universalists because we welcome all, regardless of denomination. Our focus is bringing souls to Christ, and enjoying the Gifts of the Spirit as we fellowship. We do this in many ways, one being the teaching “Mormon Kabbalah” through the eyes of ubuntu; a quality of essential virtues, including but not limited to compassion, tolerance, and acceptance.

The threefold mission of the Fellowship is to help members and all mankind:

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

The holy work is divided up into the following sections:

  • Theology (or “Lectures on Faith”)
  • Doctrines of the Saints
  • The Book of the Law of the Lord (Translations from the plates of brass only)
  • Epistles of the Saints
  • The Revelations of Havah Pratt
  • The Book of Remembrance
  • Hymns of the Saints

The purpose of this book is to help in the cause of Zion, to instruct those that have come to Christ within the Fellowship, and to prepare the way for the Second Coming of our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ. The Book of Mormon brings souls to Christ, the Law in the Torah teaches us God’s Word, Christ’s life and teachings instruct us how to live that Law, The Doctrines of the Saints guides and instruct us on how to organize Christ’s Church here upon the Earth in these, the Last Days.

The Council of Elders:

David Ferriman
Kristine Ferriman
Alexei Christopher Mattanovich
Victoria Ramirez
Allen J. Broadus

Read Doctrines of the Saints here.