Ronald Kalifungwa

There are at least three views relating to inter-church fellowship in Reformed Baptist circles: there are those who believe that inter-church fellowship is best expressed and realized by churches taking up membership in a fixed and formal communion. Then, there are those who believe in inter-church fellowship but do not believe that they ought to belong to an association of churches in order to express it. In their view, it is possible to have inter-church communion via personal communication, temporary interchurch teams, and financial assistance. Finally, there are those who either don’t believe in inter-church fellowship at all or are not so sure about it, and therefore reserve judgment on its propriety and remain aloof from involvement in its activities.