We believe wholeheartedly that people matter to God and that every seat matters.
People are on a journey. Some are lost and far from God, others are healing from a tough past. Many are hungry for a deeper connection with Jesus.We will continue building healthy communities. The Christian life was never meant to be lived alone. While it’s always powerful to worship together in a weekend service, spiritual growth often occurs in the context of community groups and other small gatherings. Our mission is making COMMITTED FOLLOWERS OF CHRIST.We see God at work here and we want to make space for people to join us.
Following construction and the launch of the 4th service, we will begin a search for a site pastor to join Bobby’s preaching team. We plan to “greenhouse” this pastor at CFC while developing a core group of 150 enthusiastic CFCers, who are ready to embrace a new level of discipleship and growth. In truth, it is our membership and regular attenders who will determine when we launch beyond Bethel Drive
We are so thankful for questions, comments, and suggestions from our congregation. Input came from two church surveys, two focus groups, several member meetings, and numerous emails and face-to-face conversations. Our people have shaped leadership conversations and helped us to determine the stakes we are putting in the ground. As a growing church CFC will continue to uphold (a) Modern worship with biblically-based preaching and teaching, (b) an intimate gathering space, with a “medium-size” feel, and (c) authentic living in community groups.
CFC members affirmed the financial proposal with 97% approval during special membership meetings on September 7 & 8, 2019
When we paid off the original mortgage in 2016, we steadily increased missions giving. Our commitment to invest in the mission of God both locally and internationally continues on. In fact, we have locked-in missions giving at 10% of our annual budget. Most of you know that our current missions giving has exceeded initial estimates, largely because CFC has been growing faster than we projected. As our church grows so too will our missional impact.