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Children Classes

Just as we gather together regularly pray, sing, and study the Word, we want our children being taught also to love God supremely, one another humbly, and the world sacrificially.  Most of our structured classes happen on Sunday Mornings.  We understand that not all families will choose to participate in these classes.  Here is what is available for children on a Sunday morning.  Some families choose to keep their children with them during the entire service and others take smaller…

Children’s Resources

As a church, we love families and children and want to do the best job we possibly can in partnering with parents and walking alongside them as they seek to invest in and disciple their children. The resources below are suggestions, but we realize the ultimate instruction is from God’s Word. Parenting Books Shepherding a Child’s Heart, Tedd Tripp The Shaping of a Christian Family, Elisabeth Elliot Hints on Child Training, John Trumball Parenting by the Book, John Rosemond Treasuring…

Perfect Peace

During this challenging season, in which we find ourselves at home to help mitigate the spread of the coronavirus, the elders of CFC want to love, care, and communicate well with you. One way we want to do this is by providing brief video messages, blog posts, and other helpful resources that we hope will encourage and equip you to walk through many of the unique challenges and struggles we are facing as a result of this pandemic. In today’s…

New Sermon Series – Hosea

This Sunday, April 19, we’re excited to be starting a new sermon series on Hosea, a book in the Old Testament that poetically lays out for us the seriousness of sin and God’s incredible love for His people.  Watch this video from The Bible Project before Sunday to get an overview of the major themes and structure of the book. Can’t wait till Sunday to dive into Hosea together!

What Have You Lost?

Throughout this pandemic every one of us has experienced some kind of loss. Some have lost their jobs. Others have lost being with friends, graduation ceremonies, birthday parties, worshipping together as a church, family get-togethers, sports seasons, money, a favorite hobby, wedding ceremonies, and the list could go on and on. The reality is we’ve all lost something over the last few weeks. We’re all in a season of intense loss.  Just fill in the blank for yourself —what losses…