There are a few things you should know.
Because we have our priorities straight, obviously.
We're just a bunch of normal people with normal struggles and questions and weirdnesses. We're tired of rules and empty religion; we want to experience God's love for us, and we want to love Him back. #cfisforlovers
Unless you're naked.
I mean, wear something. We don't care what.
Flip flops, jeans, your favorite ratty 5K t-shirt... whatever makes you comfortable!
We've got a great group of people ready to provide a fun, safe, and loving environment for your kiddos. Kids from nursery through elementary can enjoy CF Kids classes, and your weird teenagers can hang with our weird teenagers (the CF Students).
The church is made up of people, not a building. Which is lucky for us, because our building is a hand-me-down. But we are putting it to great use.
Plus, as Lavar Burton always told us - never judge a book by its cover, right?
On Sunday mornings you'll find a bunch of imperfect people straggling in from our messy, imperfect lives to spend time seeking God together, and to learn how to live our mission of loving God, loving people, and impacting the world for Christ. We spend 60-70 minutes experiencing good music, practical teaching from the Bible, prayer, communion, and just hanging out getting to know each other. If you want to check out some recent messages to see what we talk about on Sundays, you can find them here.
Come join the journey. We saved you a seat.
Christ's Fellowship meets at 10:10 am every Sunday
at 2925 Victory Blvd., Portsmouth VA 23702
Hey thanks for checking out our website. I know a lot of this “church” stuff may sound a little creepy, but really we are not freaks (well…some of us might be). We are normal people just like everyone else with struggles, weaknesses, and questions. We are trying to pursue God together because God has pursued us through Jesus. At Christ’s Fellowship we love to have fun, but we are serious about loving God, loving people, and impacting our world for Christ. If you are debating whether or not you should come check us out ask yourself “why not?” Mix it up a little! We would love for you to come hang out with us.
- Aaron Cross, Pastor