20TH ANNIVERSARY HOMECOMING CELEBRATION IN 2018- Get ready for the CCF Homecoming Weekend in 2018, as we celebrate 20 years of Colorado Christian Fellowship. We have a great weekend of activities planned for our members, former members, friends, and guests. Please mark your calendars to include Thursday, August 16, 2018, through Sunday, August 19, 2018. If you have any questions about the Homecoming Weekend Celebration, please contact Susan Hendrix, 303-368-7105, Ext. 222.
The Men’s Ministry will meet on the Second Saturday of each month at 9 a.m., in the Cornerstone Café, to discuss topics that are important to men and learn how to walk in righteousness. Men, 18 and older, may submit desired topics for discussion in advance to Vincent Kelly, firstname.lastname@example.org.
CCF members are strongly encouraged to attend The Spiritual Foundations and The Now That You’re Home Workshops These workshops are part of our Kingdom Connections Program designed to create a loving and inclusive atmosphere, encourage the development of our new members, visitors, new believers, and those who re-dedicate their lives to Christ; as well as empower our existing CCF members. To register, please go to: ccfyourhome.org/getconnected
- Spiritual Foundations will cover what we believe as a church, what it means to be a Christian, CCF’s vision, mission, and why we are a tithing church.
- Now That You’re Home reviews the definition of church membership, early church history, church membership expectations, the Fivefold Ministry Church, how CCF is governed and organized, CCF’s membership expectations, gift assessments, CCF Village, and more.
To register, please go to: ccfyourhome.org/getconnected
- January 20
- February 17
- March 17
- April 21
- May 19
- June 16
- July 21
- No workshops in August, please join the CCF 20th Anniversary Homecoming Celebration
- September 15
- October 20
- November 17
- No workshops in December, please enjoy celebrating our Savior’s birth
All members are asked to sign-up and reserve your spot today. We want to ensure a healthy, productive, thriving spiritual life for all members of CCF. These workshops have been established to encourage active involvement in our ministries, departments, and programs. Children who are mature enough to understand the information provided in these workshops are encouraged and welcome to attend; however, childcare is not provided.
To register, please go to: ccfyourhome.org/getconnected You may also register at the CCF Information Center on Sundays. For additional questions, please contact Raye Jackson, Congregational Care Coordinator, 303-368-7105, Ext. 224, or email@example.com.
The Forerunner Evangelists will host their monthly gatherings, in 2018, every 4th Saturday from 9-11 a.m. in CVTS Room 109. Please call or text Cris Norwood at 303-378-6603 with questions or to get involved. he Evangelism Outreach ministers to those outside of the four walls of our church, shares the gospel under blue skies and sunshine with whomever is willing to listen, reaches out to those in care facilities, and conducts outreach services downtown, at malls, in parks, and other areas.
Join us on Sunday, January 14, 2018, at 8:30 and 11 a.m. for part 2 of this series of plays. Missing the Main Ingredients, Part 2, is an illustrated sermon that depicts the state of marriages in the church. We pray that those who experience the series will see marriages saved, relationships healed, through God, Love, and Forgiveness.
CCF’s main office will be closed and all regularly scheduled activities will be cancelled on Monday, January 15, 2018, for Martin Luther King, Jr. Day.
The J.O.Y. (Just Older Youth) Fellowship Ministry will host its annual open house on Saturday, January 20, 2018, beginning at noon in the CCF Main Fellowship Hall. All seniors, 55 and older, should attend to learn about the ministry and its plans for 2018.
GCN, U.S.A.’s Annual Membership Meeting will be held on Saturday, January 20, 2018, from 9-11a.m. in the CVTS Fellowship Hall. GCN Members should attend this meeting to discuss last year’s activities and plan for this year’s upcoming events and activities.
Join us on Saturday, January 27, 2018, at 9 a.m. in the sanctuary for the CCF ANNUAL BUSINESS MEETING. All CCF members should attend this very important meeting to be aware of what is happening in our church. The meeting agenda will include: an introduction of the governing elders, a discussion of 2017 income and expenditures, and a presentation of the 2018 projected budget.
CVTS offers free Weekly Walk-In Bible Study – This Weekly Walk-In Bible Study is open to participants to join anytime. Topics will be determined by guest instructors each week. This will allow for Holy Spirit led Bible study and discussions on various topics. Join the groups every Wednesday – at 6:30p.m. Please bring your Holy Bible, preferably the NIV (New International Version) in book or electronic form. Register for Bible Study today at www.cvtsonline.org.
Every Wednesday services in Aurora are at 7 p.m., for Relentless Young Adults, at 10630 E. Iliff Avenue, Aurora, Colorado 80014, in our sanctuary. Relentless Young Adults Ministry is all about developing a deeply personal relationship with God and offering skills so that young people can be prepared for adulthood. If you are a young adult between the ages of 18-30, join Relentless Young Adult Ministry every Wednesday night from 7-9 p.m. for fellowship; prayer, praise, and worship, leadership training opportunities; and mission experiences. To learn more about the Young Adults Department, please contact Pastor Gerald Bargaineer II, 303-368-7105, Ext. 214, or by e-mail, gbargaineerII@ccfword.org.
OPEN MIC FIRE NIGHT is a safe venue where all artists (musicians, vocalists, dancers, spoken word artists, action artists, comedians, writers, and rappers) can come together and exalt Christ through Christian artistry, every 4th Friday of the month from 7-9 p.m., in the CCF Main Fellowship Hall. The venue is family friendly and all are invited. Open Mic Fire Night Guidelines:
- Open Mic Fire Night is a safe venue where all artists can exalt Christ through Christian artistry.
- Open Mic artists should refrain from the use of profanity, racial slurs, inappropriate language and comments, and inappropriate gestures and body movements.
- Open Mic Fire Night is family-friendly, and all ages are welcome to participate as performers and audience members.
- Open Mic Fire Night will be conducted in a spirit of excellence.
It’s not about entertainment, it’s evangelism through the Prophetic Arts