The need for spiritual growth of young men and women within the church led to the formation of J.O.Y. (Jesus first, others in-between and yourself last) fellowship. Through the grace of God, Mr. Lanre Fayiga in 1983 coined the name for the group of teenagers whom he started Bible club with. He was supported by Miss Wale Fayiga, Miss Yinka Shittu, Miss Folajogun Oladimeji, Evang. Mrs. Ajayi, Bro. Bolaji-Carew, Bro. Okon Akpan, Bro. Tony Unong. Other friends from Ibadan Varsity Christian Union (I.V.C.U.) and families within the church were also involved. The foundation teenagers of J.O.Y. Bible club included the Oyerindes, Akintelures, Ojos, Niyi­Ladipos, Adedejis and other families.

The Bible club later grew to a fellowship status for youths and thus became one of the first fellowship centers that sprang up within the Diocese of Ibadan. The membership spread outside and beyond the Anglican Communion right from its inception. This was in line with the vision that governed the fellowship which was to raise youths who would be sent out to the outermost parts of the world. So, many young Christians within Molete axis always attended the Thursday fellowship which became a platform for exploits.

The fellowship organizes weekly meetings, weekend teachings and most importantly, an annual camping retreat. The J.O.Y. retreat is believed to have won many souls in the last 32 years of its existence. The fellowship supports mission fields and takes into consideration the welfare of her growing members nationwide.