We firmly believe in the power of God's people gathering together to pray and also how vital it is to be praying in this time of the global pandemic and we have had a Tuesday evening Zoom prayer meeting each week at 7.30pm. It's taking a break for the summer but check back here for information after that!
During this season you can pre-book a prayer appointment to take place on the phone with members of our trained team. If you click this link, you will be contacted by one of our prayer team to arrange the appointment.
Every week we send a prayer request email to our members asking them to pray for specific needs in our community. If you wish for your prayer request to be added to our weekly email then please let us know via the link below.
Sozo is an inner healing and freedom ministry aimed to get to the root of issues and to increase your connection with God. We are currently running in-person or online appointments through Zoom.
Prayer Clinic provides an opportunity to receive in-depth prayer for any type of healing – physical, emotional and spiritual. Starting with a time of worship, we then break into small groups for individual prayer. Those who come for prayer can be assured of a safe and confidential environment and that all team members are trained and accountable to CFC Ministry Leadership. It is open to everyone. No appointment is necessary but it operates on a first come first served basis. We meet on the first Thursday of each month at 8pm in the Ark Room in CFC East.
We run a number of different prayer meetings throughout the year where we come together corporately to pray, worship and seek God for breakthrough. These meetings are open to anyone and are often at various times of the day. Keep an eye on our church calendar for upcoming events.
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