Fellowship

Fellowship may refer to:

  • An academic position: see fellow
  • A merit-based scholarship, or form of academic financial aid
  • A nonprofit or government organizational fellowship
  • Fellowship (medicine), a period of medical training after a residency
  • In Christianity, a term (translated from the Greek koinonia) referring to individual Christians who are in Christian communion with each other
    • The Fellowship (Australia), a group within the Presbyterian Church of Australia
    • InterVarsity Christian Fellowship
    • The Fellowship (Christian organization), an American organization also known as "the Family"
  • The Fellowship of the Ring, the first volume in J. R. R. Tolkien's The Lord of the Rings
    • The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring, the first of Peter Jackson's film trilogy.
  • Fellowship!, a musical stage play parody of The Fellowship of the Ring
  • Fellowship, an album by Lizz Wright
  • Fellowship, Florida, a town in the United States
  • Fellowship, New Jersey, an unincorporated community in the United States
  • Fellowship Baptist College, an institution of higher learning in Kabankalan City, Philippines
  • Fellowship Church, a church located in Grapevine, Texas
  • Fellowship of the Royal College of Pathologists, assessment for pathology training in the United Kingdom

Famous quotes containing the word fellowship:

    A Country is not a mere territory; the particular territory is only its foundation. The Country is the idea which rises upon that foundation; it is the sentiment of love, the sense of fellowship which binds together all the sons of that territory.
    Giuseppe Mazzini (1805–1872)

    Have no fellowship with one that is mightier and richer than thyself: for how agree the kettle and the earthen pot together? For if the one be smitten against the other, it shall be broken.
    Apocrypha. Ecclesiasticus 13:2.

    There is a fellowship more quiet even than solitude, and which, rightly understood, is solitude made perfect.
    Robert Louis Stevenson (1850–1894)