Evangelical Church
c.f.e.c

Christian Fellowship 

    a US 501(c)(3)
Non-profit Organization

 

Our State of faith
“We at Christian Fellowship Evangelical Church see God moving in powerful ways in the rural and urban communities. He is working to break the strangle hold the enemy has on this part of local society and African society precisely.

Sins of racial discrimination, violence, drug and alcohol addiction, sexual perversion, family fragmentation, laziness, and rebellion are tools Satan is using to promote his agenda of poverty, hopelessness, and death.

We at Christian Fellowship Evangelical Church believe that God is not pleased with the present distress but is moved with compassion for hurting people.  He is calling the Church of Jesus Christ to be His messengers of hope, love, peace, and life to the rural and urban communities.

Christian Fellowship Evangelical Church is not about simple answers. We are not interested in throwing food, clothes, and money at the inner city and hoping that the problems will go away. 

We see a community in despair whose only hope is Jesus and the complete life change He brings.

The local church must be the center of the community and must meet the physical, social, economic, emotional, and spiritual needs of the hurting people outside its doors.  In meeting these needs, we will be making quality disciples of Christ who are equipped to meet the needs of others.

In short, Christian Fellowship Evangelical  Church is a light in a very dark place; we trust that our good deeds will bring glory and praise to our Father in the heaven.”


OUR CORES VALUES STATEMENT:
  1. We acknowledge Christ as the head of our church and submit ourselves and all our activities to His will and good pleasure (Eph. 1: 22-23).
  2. We strive to reach God’s Word with integrity and authority so that seekers find Christ and believers mature in Him (2 Tim. 3:16).
  3. We desire to acknowledge God’s supreme value and worth in our personal lives and in the corporate, contemporary worship (instruments, songs and dances) of pour church (Rom. 1:1-2).
  4. We rely on private and corporate prayer in the conception, planning, and execution of all the ministries and activities of our church (Matt. 7:7-11).
  5. We ask all our people to commit to and fully participate in biblical functioning small groups where they may reach the lost, exercise their gifts, be shepherd, and thus grow in Christlikeness (Acts  2:44-46).
  6. We encourage our people to serve Christ from hearts of love and gratitude rather than guilt and condemnation (Rom. 6:14).
  7. We will constantly evaluate our forms and methods, seeking cultural relevance and maximum ministry effectiveness for Christ (1 Chron. 12:32).
  8. We seek to equip all our uniquely designed and gifted people to effectively accomplish the work of our ministry (Eph. 4:11-13).
  9. We value unchurched, lost people and will use every available Christ-honoring means to pursue, win, and disciple them (Luke 19:10).
  10. Since Christ gave His best (the Savior), we seek to honor Him by maintaining a high standard of excellence in all our ministries and activities (Col. 3:23-24)
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OUR PROGRAM
Reach Immigrant Communities in Denver and beyond.

Evangelism:
Evangelize in and out door (preaching, Exhortation, Seminaries, etc.)

Training
Bible Studies, Leaders training
Community Outreach (Visits to the families and Assistance)

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    "Therefore, go make disciples of all the nations.... ."  (Matthew 28:19)
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