Fellowship is the partnership from one believer or nonbeliever with another by socializing with similar interests. A common fellowship is when two or more are interacting in a pleasant and friendly way. All united as a family in Christ.
Yes it is important to have fellowship. Especially at a congregation. Someone who has no fellowship feels extremely isolated and lonely. There must always be someone out there who comforts the new members. Do not judge what you see. Just accept and comprehend. Questioning “why this and why that” pertaining the individual is just judgement. One who gives true fellowship gives by demonstrating pure, genuine love. It is an action. It is something one applies.
Where there is fellowship, there is no division. Where there is love, there is acceptance. A congregation that is divided through judgement is more likely to fall apart ;because where there is judgement as a priority, there is no fellowship. But where love and acceptance comes first, there is no judgement but unity. The scripture says to love your neighbor. Therefore if one judges and doesn’t give someone a chance, then where is the love? It’s the same as back when you were in High School and you always had that loner in school; remember?
Ask yourself: Is there someone you don’t stand? Someone you don’t care for? What have you done to give your best in trying? How do you know how much is enough tries? If you haven’t, then what can you do to love your neighbor?