At a distance

Written by Cat Dieaconu. It’s been a year since the first lockdown and, during this pandemic, one of the most common words we heard or used was and still is “distance”, mainly referring to the social-distancing that people have to keep from one another. In contrast, more than ever, I realise how important and vital the […]

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Feb 2021: How it started and how it's going

Written by Louise Douglas. Psalm 31: "But I trust in you Lord, I say ‘You are my God’. My times are in your hands." I hope something of this post resonates or encourages you. Thanks to Peter for inviting me to contribute – after three weeks of thinking about it I figured I’d better commit […]

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Getting comfortable with surrender

Written by Ryan Karayiannis. "Now this is eternal life, that they know you the only true God and Jesus Christ whom you have sent." John 17:3 When I realised the COVID-19 pandemic was not like anything I had ever experienced before with regards world-wide change and lockdown; I felt myself going through a number of […]

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'Testing' Times?

Written by Paul Betts. During lockdown we have heard a lot about Covid Testing.  Via work, I had the swab test, but my results were lost so I never heard if I had been positive or negative! Many of our young people and children have also experienced uncertainty of their results in these strange times […]

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Dear Future Me,

Written by Helen Stewart. Dear Future Me, Practise thankfulness. No matter how much uncertainty you face, embrace the posture of thankfulness. Be thankful for life itself, for God- given breath. Always remember that life is different for others. Be sensitive to the spirit within you. This has been such a painful and stressful time for […]

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Lessons learned during lockdown

Written by Linda Knox. I stood clutching a new pair of purple ASICS trainers in the queue ready to pay. The colour (I'm not a big fan of purple) nor even the price mattered on this particular day. The only thing that mattered was finding a size 6 and making my purchase whilst touching as […]

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Sharing hope, healing and honesty during lockdown

WEDNESDAY 17TH JUNE: Written by Peter Crutchley. This is going to be about my experience of “life in lockdown”, but I just want to begin with a thank you. In late 2018 when I first contacted CFC Holywood via email, I thought I was signing up to a Connect Group! But then I got a […]

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About CFC

Christian Fellowship Church is a Christ centred community dedicated to impacting Belfast, Ireland and the nations with the love of God in the power of the Holy Spirit.

Main Office

Christian Fellowship Church
10 Belmont Road

T: +44 (0) 2890 671 838

Christian Fellowship Church (CFC) is registered as a charity with the Charity Commission of Northern Ireland: NIC101476

Where We Meet

108-110 High Street
BT18 9HW
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