About Colorado Springs
The Bible is God’s bold and loving message to the world. We believe it is the instruction manual for all of life and reveals the lives of real people and the heart and character of a real and loving God.
Wednesday evening Prayer is at 6 p.m., and Bible study is a 7 p.m.
Directions to our campus:
· Take I-25 South to Colorado Springs
· Merge onto US 24 East via EXIT 139 toward Airport/Limon
· Turn right onto Jet Wing Drive
· 2076 JET WING DR is on the right
From Powers Blvd
· When driving North or South on Powers Boulevard, turn West (toward the mountains) on Fountain Boulevard
· Turn left onto Jet Wing Drive
· Turn right onto Chelton Road
· 2076 JET WING DR is on the corner of Jet Wing Drive facing Chelton Road
Leaders and Staff
The focal point of church governance is the elder. Our Board of Elders serves both as the spiritual leadership and covering for Colorado Christian Fellowship (CCF) and as the Board of Directors for the legal entity, Colorado Christian Fellowship, Inc. Our elders are accountable to God on behalf of the church.
Phillip F. Smith, Jr.
Phillip F. Smith, Jr. (Apostle Phil) was raised in Massachusetts. He attended Brown University in Providence, Rhode Island, where he obtained his Bachelor of Arts degree in Judaic studies. In 1992, he moved to Denver to attend the University of Denver College of Law and graduated with honors in 1995. While in law school, Apostle Phil simultaneously prepared for ministerial service in a local, Denver-area Methodist church and was ordained as a Deacon in 1994. In 1998, he was prompted by God to found Colorado Christian Fellowship (CCF), a non-denominational, Full-Gospel church where he serves as senior pastor. After two years, due to CCF’s rapid growth, Apostle Phil stopped practicing law in order to serve the church full-time. It was also during this time that the Lord clarified his call to ministry, calling him to the Five-Fold ministry office gift of “Apostle” and assigning him to do ministry throughout the state of Colorado. Through CCF, he is fulfilling his apostolic call to plant churches and train and release God’s people for ministry. Apostle Phil is a dynamic Bible teacher who illuminates the Word of God through the unique anointing on his life and ministry. He is married to Sylvia, whom he met while attending Brown University. They have two children, Dominique and John-Rudolph. (back to top)
Pastor Delya “Denise” Waldon
Denise Waldon is the Colorado Springs Campus Pastor and a member of its Board of Elders. She is responsible for overseeing the day-to-day business operations of CCF in Colorado Springs. Her responsibilities include teaching and occasionally overseeing Worship services, providing leadership and support to ministry leaders, and pastoral care to the congregation. She also facilitates the upkeep of the church facility.
Kevin B. Jenkins was born in Boston, Massachusetts, on June 19, 1953, and graduated from high school in Oberlin, Ohio. He attended the University of Kentucky and later served in the United States Army for 12 years. He has lived in Colorado Springs for 26 years. He has worked for 29 years as a Senior Video Networks Engineer with General Dynamics and BAE Systems. Elder Kevin was ordained as a Deacon at Faith Mission House of Prayer in 1990 and served 5 years as an Elder at Solid Rock Christian Church. He has served as an elder at the CCF Colorado Springs campus since 2012. He has been married to Norma Jean for 42 years and they have three children, four grandchildren, and one great grandson.
Deacon Charalotta Gunter
Charalotta Gunter was born in Muncie, Indiana, on August 15, 1954. She graduated from Ball State University with a Bachelor of Science degree in Nursing and has been a registered nurse since 1978. Charalotta currently works for a local home healthcare agency, taking care of medically-challenged pediatric patients. Charalotta, who has been a Christian since her early twenties, is a USAF widow and has a daughter named Aleah. Her interests are reading, walking, medicine, and assisting those in need. Charalotta’s motto for life is: “The world is so harsh in taking away; I just want to give something back.”
Ryan Fridmanis was born on June 20, 1984, in Big Spring, TX, and raised in Dallas. He graduated from Naaman Forest High School in 2002. On July 23, 2011, he married his wife LaTonya and they have two children, Isaiah and Aschellie. Ryan currently works at Boecore Inc., as a Satellite Operator since retiring from the United States Navy in 2014.
Bernadette Stansberry was born on May 21, 1962. She was raised in South Bend Indiana and graduated from Washington High School in 1980. Bernadette moved to Colorado Springs and has lived in the city for 24 years. She works as a professional Caretaker for the Elderly and Disabled. Bernadette first visitedCCF in 2014 and knew without a doubt that this was going to become her church home. She became an official member in April 2015. She has served as the Head of the Hospitality Ministry since August 2015. Bernadette enjoys crocheting, cooking, dancing, reading books, taking long walks, and family oriented activities. She has 2 children, and 3 grandchildren.
Colorado Springs Ministries
The Colorado Springs Campus offers a broad range of ministries to meet the needs of its congregation and guests. To learn more about Colorado Christian Fellowship and our beliefs, please click here. You may also contact us:
2076 Jet Wing Drive, Colorado Springs, CO 80916