Welcome to this week's edition of CFC News.
For events happening across CFC visit this page
Antrim: 10.30am, Scot McLean
Cafe: 10am, Andrew Gibson via Live Link
East: 10am, 12pm, Andrew Gibson
Holywood: 11am, Catalin Dieaconu
Inner East: 11am, Ryan Karayiannis
Seven: 7pm, Scot McLean
SLC: 10am, CFC East, Andrew Gibson
South: 11am, Richard Gardiner
It has been amazing to read Exodus as a church family, to read blogs by various members, watch connect resources and listen to the preaching on a Sunday.
It is also amazing that there are lots of questions that have been emerging across various sites and spaces.
We are a church that wants to be a safe space to ask questions, to recognise and be honest about tensions in scripture add see for ways to hold the tension that exists well.
If you have any questions about Exodus you would like answered or dealt with please click here to submit them. These questions will be answered in video format when the season is finished.
Remember about devotionals that have been written by people across all of our CFC Sites available here. There are additional video resources which explore more about the themes that can't be covered on a Sunday that will be added to as we go along.
Our heart is that our Church family engages with Exodus and journeys to freedom together.
Church membership is a great way to say that this is your spiritual home. If you would like to find out more about CFC and how to become a member, plus get a tonne of useful information about our church that you might not know yet, please join us for our Exploring Membership night at 7.30pm on 5 June.
Sign up here to register and for more information.
On 23rd of June our church family are heading to Newcastle for the NUA Festival to gather with other like-minded churches for a weekend of worship & prayer, seeking God’s heart for the island of Ireland and declaring His sovereignty over the nation.
Why not plan to come to what promises to be a great weekend. There’s lots more information on the website – click here
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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