This passage is about worship! What a break from the meaningless things Solomon worshipped and found so vain. How should we approach God? What does it mean to guard our steps, to stand in awe of...READ MORE >
CFC has recently upgraded our church management system to the web-based platforms Elexio Community & Elexio Giving. We hope that our online community through Elexio will help you get plugged into...READ MORE >
Freud and Frankl were two brilliant psychologists who lived in Vienna just before World War II. Freud specialized in man’s search for happiness and Frankl specialized in man’s search for...READ MORE >
“WHAT IS YOUR GREATEST NEED?”
This was the question posed to us at the beginning of the teaching session of week 4 of the Women’s Fall Bible Study, Live Worry Free. We were asked to write...READ MORE >
There are seasons for things.
We don’t like unpleasant seasons. We rush. (At least I do).
We try to be like everyone else.
We don’t like change.
What current season are you in?
There...READ MORE >
I didn’t grow up trick-or-treating. It wasn’t something that was part of our church or family culture, plus we lived in the country, so there wouldn’t have been many houses to go to.
As an...READ MORE >
Join us in following the greatest life experiment of all times. Solomon (the author) describes the endless amounts of wealth, pleasure, wisdom, and prestige he experienced, and still found life...READ MORE >
When I was little I knew that I was destined for greatness. I dreamt of playing cello on Broadway, becoming a world-famous ballerina, or finding the cure to a terrible disease. The specifics...READ MORE >
Wouldn’t you love to live in a world with no evil? Whether it is hurricanes, raging fires, mass shootings, sexual assaults, greedy corporations, or sickness, we are constantly aware of the...READ MORE >
A few weeks ago, I saw a glimpse of God’s kingdom at our first annual Adoption & Foster Care Picnic. Kids of all different backgrounds and ethnicities running, laughing and dancing to worship...READ MORE >
Nearly every Sunday of my youth my brothers and I would load up in the car and head over to St Michael’s Catholic Church in Mt Airy, MD for the 10:30am Mass. And every week we would recite the...READ MORE >
We are excited to announce that in about two weeks Douglas Kersten, along with his wife Leah, will be arriving here in Lancaster to become the next Student Ministry Director for CFC. Douglas is...READ MORE >
On behalf of the core team of volunteers for the relocation and resettlement of the Daniel family, we thank you for the ways you have gotten involved or will get involved in supporting this...READ MORE >
When you add leaven to bread dough it quickly permeates and puffs it up. What is leaven? What does it represent in the Bible? Leaven has something to do with the Kingdom of Heaven (Matt. 13:33)....READ MORE >
It is with sadness that we say “Goodbye’ to Lisa this week and join her family in grieving and reflecting on her life. Lisa battled with cancer for ten months and the Lord decided to take her...READ MORE >
This short parable has much to say about another hidden flaw trying to infiltrate the Kingdom of God- human pride. Whether the small size of a mustard seed (our faith), or the large size of a...READ MORE >
The new CommunityFellowship.com is here! The updated site has been built with the goal of serving two audiences well:
- for those who attend CFC, it’s a simple-to-use information portal that...READ MORE >
Is the world getting better or worse? Sometimes I can’t believe my ears when I hear about the holocaust, or the crusades or how barbaric cultures have treated people in the past. Have we evolved...READ MORE >
Just over a week ago we wrapped up 2017’s Community Kids Camp here at CFC. Because of your generosity, the time and energy you donated and your commitment to helping kids take the next step in...READ MORE >