February 19, 2017

 

Financial Peace University

We will be starting a new season of FPU (Financial Peace University). This is a wonderful curriculum that is meant for anyone seeking financial freedom. You can visit the welcome center or write FPU on your connect card for more info. You can also email fpu@ccfconnect.com to find out more.

 

Join our Office Team

If you are looking for a place to get connected and serve at CCF, we are looking for volunteers to help one morning or afternoon during the week at the church office answering phones, greeting guests, helping with make copies and more.  If you are interested write “OFFICE TEAM” on your connect card and we will contact you with more info.

 

CCF Kids 

CCF KIDS is a great place to serve!  Whether you love to hold babies, play with pre- schoolers or be part of a team to engage with kids in worship, teaching or in a small group, we have a place for you.  Check the box for Children’s Ministry and we would love to get you connected.

Care Ministry
We are excited about launching our CCF Care Ministry! If you would like to serve on one for our Care Teams (Meals, Visitation, Home Communion or Prayer), mark the box for Care Ministry on your connect card and we will contact you.  If you or someone else who attends CCF has a need that our Care Team may be able to help with, whether through prayer, a visit at home or in the hospital, a meal during time of illness or a birth or death in the family, please let us know by emailing care@ccfconnect.com

 

Communion Bread Bakers

If you are interested in being on a rotation schedule to make communion bread, see Charles or Ann Smythe. You can also call or text (479) 238-3741 for more information.

9am Classes
Hearing From the Minor Prophets
Come and explore the Old Testament Minor Prophets and what we can learn from them today.
Teachers: Rod Reed and Steve Beers 
Living the Life (of a Disciple)
Come and learn practical ways you can grow in your journey of following and becoming more like Jesus. We will look at some Biblical role models and give practical tools and tips to help you grow in areas like prayer, how to read and study the Bible, simple methods for journaling, how to memorize scripture, and much more.
Teachers: Mark Gumm and Greg McKinney

Bad Girls of the Bible and What We Can Learn From Them (Women’s Study)
Eve had food issues. Potiphar’s wife and Delilah had man trouble. Lot’s wife and Michal couldn’t let go of the past, Sapphira couldn’t let go of money, and Jezebel couldn’t let go of anything. Yet the Woman at the Well had her thirst quenched at last, while Rahab and the Sinful Woman left their sordid histories behind. Let these Bad Girls show you why studying the Bible has never been more fun!

Teachers: Kris Anderson, Jill Carver

 

Meals on Wheels
CCF delivers Meals On Wheels for the Siloam Senior Activity Center on Fridays and are in need of more volunteers! Give only an hour and a half on one Friday of the month to serve some of our Siloam Seniors. Dates can be traded with other members of the team. If you’re interested, contact Pat Clemens at (479) 524-6052 or patriciakclemens@yahoo.com

 

RightNow Media
We are excited about using RightNow Media as a great tool to help us all grow in our faith. You should have received your invitation email for your free RightNow Media account.  If you did not receive an invite email, be sure to give us your updated email address on the contact card and check “E” on your communication card. We will make sure to send you an invitation to get your free account. We have the fliers inserted in the bulletin again this week.

Women of Purpose Updates

Wednesday Evening Study:
The WOP Bible study meets on Wednesday evenings from 6:30 to 8:00 in Room 104 at CCF. Please use south entrance.

Questions? Contact Kris Anderson at (479) 238-4302 or mbkkanderson@hotmail.com

Book Club:
Meetings are the last Tuesday of the month. If you enjoy reading and being in the company of others who share your passion, consider joining the book club!

  • On Tuesday, January 31, discuss November’s book, Terri Blackstock’s TRUTH STAINED LIES, and December’s book, Jim Stovall’s A CHRISTMAS SNOW
  • Meetings are held from 6:30 to 7:30pm at the home of Anna John, 402 W Worchester.

 Contact Kris Anderon: mbkkanderson@hotmail.com

Men’s Ministry

Friday Mornings 6:15 to 7:30 a.m. at coffee area @ CCF.
The last Friday of each month meeting @ Siloam Cafe at 6:30 a.m.
Contact Matt Anderson: (479)-238-4606 for more info.

New app slide

CCF APP

We have launched a CCF app. You can download it on the Apple or Android app stores. Search for “Community CF”. The app will allow you to see our Facebook feed, give your tithe/offering, view past sermons, and much more.

Text to Give

TEXT GIVING & ONLINE GIVING

We have recently changed our text-to-give backend to make it quicker and easier for our congregation. To use text-to-give, simply text the word ccfsiloam to 77977 and follow the link on your smartphone.

We have also recently changed our electronic giving backend to make it quicker and easier for our congregation. To use our new giving engine, go to our website (ccfconnect.com), hover over the “Give to CCF” menu, and choose “Give Online Now.”

February 12, 2017

Missions Fundraiser
You’re invited! CCF’s Missions Board will be hosting a fundraiser to support a variety of local and international ministries and missionaries on February 10 at 7pm. Join us for a beautiful evening of gourmet desserts, live auctions, and entertainment. Tickets are available in the lobby for $25 each ($150 for a table of 6). Pick up your tickets today!

Winter Shelter
CCF is partnering with the Genesis House to host a Winter Homeless Shelter. We are looking for volunteers to serve as Food Servers, Overnight Hosts and Van Drivers to help us host families at the church on February 20-24. Check Box “A” on your Connect Card or stop by the Welcome Center for more information or to sign-up, or go to ccfconnect.com and click “Winter Shelter” for more information.

Care Ministry
We are excited about launching our CCF Care Ministry! If you would like to serve on one for our Care Teams (Meals, Visitation, Home Communion or Prayer), mark the box for Care Ministry on your connect card and we will contact you.  If you or someone else who attends CCF has a need that our Care Team may be able to help with, whether through prayer, a visit at home or in the hospital, a meal during time of illness or a birth or death in the family, please let us know by emailing care@ccfconnect.com

 

Communion Bread Bakers

If you are interested in being on a rotation schedule to make communion bread, see Charles or Ann Smythe. You can also call or text (479) 238-3741 for more information.

9am Classes
Hearing From the Minor Prophets
Come and explore the Old Testament Minor Prophets and what we can learn from them today.
Teachers: Rod Reed and Steve Beers 
Living the Life (of a Disciple)
Come and learn practical ways you can grow in your journey of following and becoming more like Jesus. We will look at some Biblical role models and give practical tools and tips to help you grow in areas like prayer, how to read and study the Bible, simple methods for journaling, how to memorize scripture, and much more.
Teachers: Mark Gumm and Greg McKinney

Bad Girls of the Bible and What We Can Learn From Them (Women’s Study)
Eve had food issues. Potiphar’s wife and Delilah had man trouble. Lot’s wife and Michal couldn’t let go of the past, Sapphira couldn’t let go of money, and Jezebel couldn’t let go of anything. Yet the Woman at the Well had her thirst quenched at last, while Rahab and the Sinful Woman left their sordid histories behind. Let these Bad Girls show you why studying the Bible has never been more fun!

Teachers: Kris Anderson, Jill Carver

 

Meals on Wheels
CCF delivers Meals On Wheels for the Siloam Senior Activity Center on Fridays and are in need of more volunteers! Give only an hour and a half on one Friday of the month to serve some of our Siloam Seniors. Dates can be traded with other members of the team. If you’re interested, contact Pat Clemens at (479) 524-6052 or patriciakclemens@yahoo.com

 

RightNow Media
We are excited about using RightNow Media as a great tool to help us all grow in our faith. You should have received your invitation email for your free RightNow Media account.  If you did not receive an invite email, be sure to give us your updated email address on the contact card and check “E” on your communication card. We will make sure to send you an invitation to get your free account. We have the fliers inserted in the bulletin again this week.

Women of Purpose Updates

Wednesday Evening Study:
The WOP Bible study meets on Wednesday evenings from 6:30 to 8:00 in Room 104 at CCF. Please use south entrance.

Questions? Contact Kris Anderson at (479) 238-4302 or mbkkanderson@hotmail.com

Book Club:
Meetings are the last Tuesday of the month. If you enjoy reading and being in the company of others who share your passion, consider joining the book club!

  • On Tuesday, January 31, discuss November’s book, Terri Blackstock’s TRUTH STAINED LIES, and December’s book, Jim Stovall’s A CHRISTMAS SNOW
  • Meetings are held from 6:30 to 7:30pm at the home of Anna John, 402 W Worchester.

 Contact Kris Anderon: mbkkanderson@hotmail.com

Men’s Ministry

Friday Mornings 6:15 to 7:30 a.m. at coffee area @ CCF.
The last Friday of each month meeting @ Siloam Cafe at 6:30 a.m.
Contact Matt Anderson: (479)-238-4606 for more info.

New app slide

CCF APP

We have launched a CCF app. You can download it on the Apple or Android app stores. Search for “Community CF”. The app will allow you to see our Facebook feed, give your tithe/offering, view past sermons, and much more.

Text to Give

TEXT GIVING & ONLINE GIVING

We have recently changed our text-to-give backend to make it quicker and easier for our congregation. To use text-to-give, simply text the word ccfsiloam to 77977 and follow the link on your smartphone.

We have also recently changed our electronic giving backend to make it quicker and easier for our congregation. To use our new giving engine, go to our website (ccfconnect.com), hover over the “Give to CCF” menu, and choose “Give Online Now.”

February 5, 2016

Missions Fundraiser
You’re invited! CCF’s Missions Board will be hosting a fundraiser to support a variety of local and international ministries and missionaries on February 10 at 7pm. Join us for a beautiful evening of gourmet desserts, live auctions, and entertainment. Tickets are available in the lobby for $25 each ($150 for a table of 6). Pick up your tickets today!

Winter Shelter
CCF is partnering with the Genesis House to host a Winter Homeless Shelter. We are looking for volunteers to serve as Food Servers, Overnight Hosts and Van Drivers to help us host families at the church on February 20-24. Check Box “A” on your Connect Card or stop by the Welcome Center for more information or to sign-up, or go to ccfconnect.com and click “Winter Shelter” for more information.

Care Ministry
We are excited about launching our CCF Care Ministry! If you would like to serve on one for our Care Teams (Meals, Visitation, Home Communion or Prayer), mark the box for Care Ministry on your connect card and we will contact you.  If you or someone else who attends CCF has a need that our Care Team may be able to help with, whether through prayer, a visit at home or in the hospital, a meal during time of illness or a birth or death in the family, please let us know by emailing care@ccfconnect.com

 

Communion Bread Bakers

If you are interested in being on a rotation schedule to make communion bread, see Charles or Ann Smythe. You can also call or text (479) 238-3741 for more information.

9am Classes
Hearing From the Minor Prophets
Come and explore the Old Testament Minor Prophets and what we can learn from them today.
Teachers: Rod Reed and Steve Beers 
Living the Life (of a Disciple)
Come and learn practical ways you can grow in your journey of following and becoming more like Jesus. We will look at some Biblical role models and give practical tools and tips to help you grow in areas like prayer, how to read and study the Bible, simple methods for journaling, how to memorize scripture, and much more.
Teachers: Mark Gumm and Greg McKinney

Bad Girls of the Bible and What We Can Learn From Them (Women’s Study)
Eve had food issues. Potiphar’s wife and Delilah had man trouble. Lot’s wife and Michal couldn’t let go of the past, Sapphira couldn’t let go of money, and Jezebel couldn’t let go of anything. Yet the Woman at the Well had her thirst quenched at last, while Rahab and the Sinful Woman left their sordid histories behind. Let these Bad Girls show you why studying the Bible has never been more fun!

Teachers: Kris Anderson, Jill Carver

Database Update
Help us update our online database by filling out the top section on the front of your connect card. This will help you to be informed on all the important things CCF is up to, and it will also allow you to connect with other members in the CCF community.

 

Meals on Wheels
CCF delivers Meals On Wheels for the Siloam Senior Activity Center on Fridays and are in need of more volunteers! Give only an hour and a half on one Friday of the month to serve some of our Siloam Seniors. Dates can be traded with other members of the team. If you’re interested, contact Pat Clemens at (479) 524-6052 or patriciakclemens@yahoo.com

 

RightNow Media
We are excited about using RightNow Media as a great tool to help us all grow in our faith. You should have received your invitation email for your free RightNow Media account.  If you did not receive an invite email, be sure to give us your updated email address on the contact card and check “E” on your communication card. We will make sure to send you an invitation to get your free account. We have the fliers inserted in the bulletin again this week.

Women of Purpose Updates

Wednesday Evening Study:
The WOP Bible study meets on Wednesday evenings from 6:30 to 8:00 in Room 104 at CCF. Please use south entrance.

Questions? Contact Kris Anderson at (479) 238-4302 or mbkkanderson@hotmail.com

Book Club:
Meetings are the last Tuesday of the month. If you enjoy reading and being in the company of others who share your passion, consider joining the book club!

  • On Tuesday, January 31, discuss November’s book, Terri Blackstock’s TRUTH STAINED LIES, and December’s book, Jim Stovall’s A CHRISTMAS SNOW
  • Meetings are held from 6:30 to 7:30pm at the home of Anna John, 402 W Worchester.

 Contact Kris Anderon: mbkkanderson@hotmail.com

Men’s Ministry

Friday Mornings 6:15 to 7:30 a.m. at coffee area @ CCF.
The last Friday of each month meeting @ Siloam Cafe at 6:30 a.m.
Contact Matt Anderson: (479)-238-4606 for more info.

New app slide

CCF APP

We have launched a CCF app. You can download it on the Apple or Android app stores. Search for “Community CF”. The app will allow you to see our Facebook feed, give your tithe/offering, view past sermons, and much more.

Text to Give

TEXT GIVING & ONLINE GIVING

We have recently changed our text-to-give backend to make it quicker and easier for our congregation. To use text-to-give, simply text the word ccfsiloam to 77977 and follow the link on your smartphone.

We have also recently changed our electronic giving backend to make it quicker and easier for our congregation. To use our new giving engine, go to our website (ccfconnect.com), hover over the “Give to CCF” menu, and choose “Give Online Now.”