What's happening at CFC
We will no longer have any in-person church services. We will have all our services only online until further notice. We will continue to stream our online services on Facebook, YouTube, and on the CFC website on Sundays at 8:30 am and 5 pm.
A S K Curriculum
Being in the period we are in now, time is of even greater essence to impact people around us towards Jesus.
JOIN a CFC SMALL GROUP to be part of this outstanding A S K (ask, seek & know) curriculum that is being made available in Small Groups only from the week of 25 Jan, in a suburb near you. If you’d like to LEAD a Group (with this curriculum) with your family/friends only or have an open Group for anyone to join, then once you have completed Growth Track, you are most welcome to join our Leaders Training on the 23rd Jan from 9-10:30am – cutoff is Friday where the registrations close & can’t be re-opened.
Register on the Website or on the Church Center App asap! OR simply JOIN a Group by sending in your email to firstname.lastname@example.org or visiting the CFC Website. Enjoy your journey in God!
This Leaders Training will equip you and provide you with all the tools needed to host/lead a successful Small Group, whether in your home, place of interest or on a virtual platform.
This training consists of 3 impactful sessions and will only take 90min of your time from 09H00 – 10H30.
Manhood Night is a time where like-minded men rally together under one roof to be inspired and equipped!
Join us for the ultimate man cave experience on Friday the 29th of January at 18:00, R250.00 gets you in and it gets you a Manhood cap, t-shirt and a dog tag to commemorate the night.
Our speaker for the night is the founder of 'Father a Nation', Craig Wilkinson and your host for the night, Dr Johnny Slabbert.
We will worship together, grab a bite together, experience an exclusive car and bike show and round it all off with one last session in the fire pit.
Tickets are limited to 500, so book your spot today!
For some, this lockdown has brought with it a time of rest, but for many others, it has been a time of frustration and worry. There are many people who do not know where their next meal will come from.
CFCI Welfare would like to relieve them of this basic need and the stress that comes with it by handing out food parcels to help them get though this difficult time.
If you would like to get involved, please make use of the 3 ways to give.
Alternatively, you can contact us via our website or Facebook page.
If you need assistance please email .