"He said to them, 'Go into all the world and preach the gospel to all creation.'" -Mark 16:15
Christian Fellowship Temple views investing in missions as a priority of the Bible and a stewardship from the Lord. As a church, we seek God about how He would have us invest His money in global missions.
CFT supports African Holiness Missions, a non profit incorporation organized for the purpose of preaching and teaching the gospel of Jesus Christ to the people of Africa. Since 1999, AHM has planted and established many churches in Cameroon and Ghana. They have built 13 sanctuaries for worship, many of those in rural villages where there was no Christian influence previously. Seven fresh water wells have been installed in rural villages, providing clean drinking water for thousands that were forced to drink contaminated, dirty water.
Christian Fellowship Temple is proud to support this ministry. For more information on African Holiness Missions, visit their website at africanholinessmissions.org.
We support a Christian school in Israel, allowing them to teach and spread the gospel of Jesus Christ in their community.
CFT sends multiple teams to various countries to build churches, including Mexico, Guatemala, and Nicaragua. The team of volunteers is split into two groups; the men travel to build the main structure of the church, while the women follow up to finish construction, build pews, and paint the new building. During the summer, the teenage and young adult groups travel to a church in need to set up a week-long Vacation Bible School.
"It is such a blessing to be part of a church that uses the Bible as our instruction guide. Many are saved in other countries because of the vision our church has for spreading a message of hope. We are not only touching lives in our community but we are touching lives throughout the world.
To God be the glory!"
Pastor David Griffis
Community outreach is a priority at Christian Fellowship Temple. Members and volunteers give of their time to visit those in local nursing homes, organizing a worship service and loving those who may need encouragement. We also organize visitations of those members who are sick or unable to leave their homes to attend church.
CFT also supports the Samaritan House, a local food bank that gives to those in need based on the generosity of local businesses. Donations include food, toiletries, and other items that are organized, packaged, and distributed to any who might need it.