Grace Christian School is rooted in the conviction that we need to provide our children with an education permeated with godly values and standards. Begun in 1980, GCS is now a complete pre-K to 12th grade, SAIS/SACS accredited school designed to assist parents in the more formal aspects of their children’s education. Though the school now operates under the leadership of an independent board, Community Fellowship Church continues its strong support through finances and related resources.
Overseas outreach is an important priority in our sense of mission. Some of our brethren have visited Uganda and India multiple times for teaching and encouragement. During the past twenty years we have had the privilege of conducting strategic leaders seminars in multiple locations.
We generally distribute about ten percent of our church income to support needy brethren overseas as well as several local ministries. One of our primary emphases in giving is to assist orphans and widows. “Religion that God our Father accepts as pure and faultless is this: to look after orphans and widows in their distress and to keep oneself from being polluted by the world.” (James 1:27)
Also, many of our youth have served on short-term missions with Operation Mobilization, Teen-Mania, and Youth-With-a-Mission. We encourage our members to have outward vision and to be open to calling God may have for their individual lives.
Band of Brothers - Band of Brothers is a monthly men's meeting intended for the purpose of prayer, fellowship, and instruction in areas related to Biblical manhood. Men from the larger community are welcome and encouraged to join us for this special time of ministry targeted toward helping us grow in Christlike manhood. Meetings begin at 7:00 am on the first Saturday of each month [coffee served at 6:45], at our 19 S. Market Street location.
Literature distribution is one of our ministries intended to teach and encourage the body of Christ. Many of our books and booklets, published under CFC Literature, are used by local assemblies around the world. Most of these are available in our church library.
Love, I.N.C. is a proven model that networks local churches, church volunteers, and community organizations to help people in need. Through Love I.N.C., churches and individual Christians are mobilized to work together, across denominational lines, to provide coordinated help to people with basic needs such as food and clothing, to longer-term transformational responses such as life skills training. As each individual church does what it can, even the most complex needs can be met collectively. Click here to see their website for this area.
General policy for all church ministries - In accordance with the teachings of Christ, participation by potential workers in all the ministries of Community Fellowship Church is open to people of any race, color, national or ethnic origin as long as they share in our fundamental faith values and doctrines (see our CFC Statement of Faith).