At CFC we serve our community at home in N. Ireland through a range of programmes. To find out more about what we're doing near you please visit the Social Action page on our sites by selecting a button below:
More than 360 million Christians worldwide suffer high levels of persecution and discrimination for their faith – that’s a staggering 1 in 7 believers. Click HERE to see the 50 countries where faith costs the most.
Based in south east India, UCCI has worked for over 40 years transforming the lives of thousands of people.
CFC has worked in partnership with UCCI for over 35 years, many members sponsor children, together with other partnerships, we support over 1,200 children from nursery age to 18 years.
The Child Sponsorship Scheme is administered through a charity called Frontline Development - CLICK HERE for more information.
Ethnos Asia Ministries is committed to strengthen the body of Christ in the Access Restricted Nations of Asia (ARNA).
Ethnos impact thousand's of lives across SE Asia. Click HERE to read about all God did through them in 2022.
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Click HERE for this month's prayer guide which has a special report on what is happening in Myanmar and where, in the midst of the ongoing chaos, God is moving and his kingdom advancing.
EMA aims to see that all people in remote areas in Karen State, Myanmar have access to high quality health care.
As a church, we have the privilege of supporting the work of EMA as they work to bring healthcare and a thriving economic future for the Karen people living in rural Myanmar. Click here to read their 2021 Annual Report and be amazed at the difference being made in people’s lives
Vida Lisboa is based in Lisbon, Portugal and led by Tiago and Eva Neves. They have a 60 strong thriving congregation in the suburbs of the city. CFC has supported Vida Lisboa since 2020 as they seek help people find and follow Jesus in Lisbon.
Providing home made frozen meals for people in need.
Soul Food is a unique opportunity to demonstrate God’s compassion in a very practical way. In essence people in church cook food that can be frozen. It is kept in a freezer in church and can be given to individuals or families who need a bit of help perhaps as a result of coming out of hospital, having had a baby, bereavement or struggling to make ends meet and need some of the pressure lifted off them with a good quality, home cooked meal.
Our supplies are currently low and we would appreciate your help at this time in replenishing the freezer.
You can drop you food off to the church office 9am-5pm Monday to Friday. E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
The Acts for Today fund is as a designated fund specifically to support those within CFC who are experiencing financial need. Click here for more information and to apply
The Compassion Fund is a designated fund specifically to support individuals and groups in the community who are experiencing financial need.
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For more information on any of the above contact firstname.lastname@example.org Watchlist of the 50 countries
most persecuted countries
There are a vast number of people attending our church who work and volunteer in organisations beyond CFC that are having a massive impact on many lives. Let’s pray that God’s kingdom will come in and through each these people and groups. If you’d like find out more please contact the person detailed.
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
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