We regard mutual Christian fellowship as an integral part of our way of life.
Our fellowship with one another is based on a committal to the practice of the truth, a lifestyle based on the Holy Scriptures, and those with whom we take the Lord’s Supper (Holy Communion).
This would often include a number of families in a local area, and then spreading out to include Brethren in cities, regions and many countries globally. It is truly a universal or global fellowship.
Whilst we would acknowledge our loyalty to the fellowship, at the same time we recognise many others as Christians and indeed the place of all persons in society, and we live and work in the mainstream of the world.
But if we walk in the light, as he is in the light, we have fellowship one with another.