Hi everyone, we hope you are well! Welcome to this week's edition of CFC News!
Here are some details of what's on and what's coming up as we continue to connect online, including a video update from our Senior Pastor, Owen Crane.
Click here to catch up if you missed CFC Holywood's Wednesday Night Live with Andrew Gibson!
CFC Antrim are back on Wednesday's at 7:30pm on Zoom and SLC meet online on Friday evenings at 7:30pm.
TOGETHER is CFC South's All Church Gathering and will meet on Zoom at 7:30pm on 19th August. Click here to contact Laura for more information.
Cafe Church in CFC East are going to 'get together' for some chat and craic via Zoom on Tuesday 28 July from 7:30-8:30pm.
Here are the Zoom details if you'd like to join us, we can't wait to see you!
Meeting ID: 822 4956 6457
Catch up on our service from last Sunday:
Dust, Scars and the Image of God // 19th July 2020
Every Sunday morning at 10am join us on Facebook or YouTube for our online church service, which includes worship and a message from the team.
This Sunday our speaker will be our SLC Pastor, Adam McCormick.
This week's Mental Health Monday focus was on how to support someone in grief.
Click here to check out what Kathryn Purcell shared about this topic!
Each week we take time to pause and pray. This week we used Psalm 139 to guide our prayers. Click here to read through the Psalm and pray.
We all want to have a great relationship with our spouse or spouse-to-be!
CFC regularly hold Marriage and Pre-Marriage Courses aimed at helping couples invest in each other and build those strong and healthy relationships. The courses planned for this season were cancelled, but you can still ‘attend’ a course online through HTB (the church who designed Alpha). Click here to find out more about the courses and to sign up.
If you do sign up, please click here to email us and let us know!
CFC YTH have some great plans for the Summer! We cannot wait to have loads fun and make this the best summer yet!! Click here to check out all the info!
Our CFC Young Adults are reading 31 Proverbs in 31 days! Click here to see what they've been up to and connect in!
Do you know anyone that finds it difficult to access our online services? We would love you to let them know about our 'dial in' feature to listen to our weekly services. Call 028 9012 3559 from Sundays at 10am to listen in!
We want to make sure we continue to offer prayer and pastoral support for you during this season. If you are in need, please click here to see the ways you can engage with us through prayer, and click here for pastoral support.
With God You Are Strong Enough
// 19th July //
Click here to watch it now if you missed it! CFC Kids Church video is released at 9:30am every Sunday morning on Facebook and YouTube.
Click here to check out the CFC Kids Midweek Teaching Playlist on Youtube! Hear teaching, stories and make crafts with Dee Murphy and the great Kids Volunteers!
Food Banks have been doing an amazing job during the past three months serving their communities and going over and above to help many, many people.
CFC support three Food Banks where supplies are running low.
If you can offer any help, please see the information below:
The Larder (East Belfast)
Drop food into St Christopher’s in Mersey Street at the following times:
Tuesday 10-11am or Thursday 7-8pm or give via JustGiving click here
The church kitchen at CFC East (just off the car-park at the back of the Strandtown building) will be open for donations to The Larder from 9am-10:30am on Wednesdays.
Food Bank (Antrim)
Drop in food to Oasis, 10D High Street, Antrim or donate by clicking here
Food Bank (South Belfast)
Only accepting financial donations at this time - you can donate online by clicking here
Update on Christianity in Laos
For many years the Laos Government heavily persecuted Christians and many were tortured and lost their lives as a result. Now, in an amazing answer to prayer, the Government are changing the law and approving Christianity. Click herefor more info from our partners, Ethnos Asia.
Most of our Connect Groups have paused for the summer months, however, if you would like more information on being part of a group when they start up again, please click here to send us an email!
We believe that giving our first and our best to God is part of our worship.
Click here to find out how to give.
Christian Fellowship Church is a Christ centred community dedicated to impacting Belfast, Ireland and the nations with the love of God in the power of the Holy Spirit.
Christian Fellowship Church (CFC) is registered as a charity with the Charity Commission of Northern Ireland: NIC101476