We are literally counting down days until our building is complete! God has been so faithful in providing the resources to renovate and expand CFC! I bet parents of little ones are ready for the...READ MORE >
Due to impending weather, The Student Community will not be gathering tonight, Sunday, January 16th. We look forward to gathering again next week!READ MORE >
Out of an abundance of caution, services for Sunday, January 9, 2022 will be held ONLINE ONLY. Join us for the premiere at 9am or watch at your convenience HERE.READ MORE >
Our Volunteer Spotlight this week is on Kelsey Hernley! Kelsey and her family started attending CFC shortly before the Covid shutdowns in the spring of 2020. They were eager to return and meet new...READ MORE >
Volunteers are the heart, hands, and feet of CFC! We are thankful for each and every one. Today we are shining a spotlight on Greg Steffy, who often works behind the scenes. We see you!
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CFC is hiring a part-time, Community Groups Coordinator. This person will serve the church 10 hours per week and report directly to the Community Groups Director. If you are interested, please...READ MORE >
CFC is hiring a part-time, Community Kids Nursery Coordinator. This person will serve the church 10 hours per week and report directly to the Community Kids Director. If you are interested, please...READ MORE >
CFC has the privilege to partner with the Illyricum Movement, an Albania Church Plant.
The Illryicum Movement is an Albanian Christian team that focuses on planting and establishing local...READ MORE >
When our children were infants and toddlers, so many times folks came up to my wife and I and told us we were in “the best phase of life.” But it sure didn’t feel like it to me. I was tired...READ MORE >
This is Part 2 in a blog series on mental health, written by CFCer, Amy Roush. Amy speaks from the experience of her own mental health journey; and desires to share with those God puts in her...READ MORE >
The church recently received an update from one of our missions partners in Arab Lands. Please continue praying for the family as they serve.
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This is the first of a blog series on mental health. It is written by CFCer, Amy Roush. Amy speaks from the experience of her own mental health journey: and desires to share with those God puts in...READ MORE >
This past week, our leadership team received a letter from Karli Feaster, a CFCer and a local teacher. Because Karli’s heartfelt note and prayer request about the upcoming school year put words...READ MORE >
At HOPE International, we believe the women and men we serve are resilient. While the COVID-19 pandemic has ravaged our world and spread throughout the HOPE network, this belief has not changed....READ MORE >
God’s Heart for restoration – A Men of Iron update
When Eric first met his wife Rachel, they were both coming out of a broken relationship that left a lot of scars. Despite their shared...READ MORE >
As some of you may remember, just after the George Floyd incident, I was able to sit down and have a conversation with CFCer, Jason James, and posted it for you to view. Jason was able...READ MORE >
Loving our neighbors around the world: Zimbabwe
To the CFC family, thank you for your partnership with HOPE International. For many years you have prayed and financially supported HOPE’s...READ MORE >
We are excited to announce that we will begin hosting weekend services here again at CFC July 11th & 12th! This will give you four options for gathering.
At 15, having placed my trust in the sacrificial death and resurrection of Jesus just 1 year prior, I was hungry to learn and grow. I was enamored with the Bible. I loved the stories in the...READ MORE >