United Young Adults exists to reach and disciple the young adults of Community Family Church and Northern Kentucky by creating a culture of Community, Discipleship, and Purpose. Services are every Wednesday at 7 in the Ralph Byrley Center.
Inspiring and Motivating a Powerful Army of Christian Teens
Statement of Purpose: Impact Youth Ministries exists to reach non-believing students, to connect them with other Christians, to help them grow in their faith in the Lord, Jesus Christ, and to challenge them to discover their ministry and honor God with their lives. IMPACT meets every Wednesday at 7 in the MAC (Ministry Activity Center).
CFC KIDS is a place where we partner with parents to help "train up a child in the way that they should go" so that they can "grow in wisdom, stature and favor with God and Man." Our Elementary Kids meet every Sunday at 9, 10:45 & 12:30 in the MAC (Ministry Activity Center). CFC PreK (2-5 yo) meet in the Tara Center Reception Hall at 9, 10:45 & 12:30 for a unique service specifically designed for them. Our nursery, located in the Daycare Area is available for children birth-2yo every Sunday at 9, 10:45, 12:30 & 6. On Wed Nights we meet in the School's Elementary Wing at 7 for our CFC KIDS CLUB PROGRAM! Click the link above to visit our Facebook page and learn more about this AWESOME Ministry!
CFC Men is a ministry designed to develop strong men of like-minded faith who exemplify Christ-like character, integrity, and honor. We desire to carry out the directives of our pastor, make an impact on our church family, and to be continually seeking ways to influence our local communities with the good news of Jesus Christ.
Vision Statement: The Vision of Women’s Ministries Unlimited at Community Family Church includes coordinating and following through in ministry both in our church as well as in our community. Our desire is to connect women with gifts to individuals or ministries who have needs thus helping to enable the body of Christ to function for God’s glory. While our most diligent attention will be given to the local church and our community, we fully intend to connect with women of other churches in our state as well as other states and countries. We place great value and importance on the “work” of the women of Community Family Church. We define ministry as "seeing a need and filling it.”
One of our Core Values at CFC is Missions. We are consumed with a heart of love for our community, the tri-state area, our nation, and the world. Our mission is to serve the spiritually lost, the hurting, and the poor. WOW Missions is committed to winning our world by taking the gospel to every nation. Our missions team sponsors many mission trips each year to share the gospel and to help pastors and missionaries build churches, schools, and community buildings. From Guatemala to the many Native American reservations throughout the United States, WOW faithfully supports hundreds of missions work that are building the Kingdom of God.
Jesus strategically laid out a plan for reaching our world with the gospel by calling His disciples into four areas. First, Jerusalem, the city they lived in, then Judea, the territory surrounding them, and then Samaria, the region they lived in, and finally the Uttermost or the rest of the world. Our evangelistic outreach CFC4 compels us to live out our mission statement in the real world. CFC4 provides hundreds of backpacks filled with school supplies for local children, thousands of meals for Thanksgiving, and lots of gifts for the Christmas season for those who are in need. CFC4 also sends outreach teams to the streets and homes of Northern Kentucky and Cincinnati with the gospel. CFC4 also offers the opportunity for those to serve in a short-term mission trip in another city and state, like the team we sent to Houston, Texas, to help with hurricane relief. And finally CFC4 provides the opportunity to take an international missions trip where we’re able to spread the Gospel and provide Bibles, food, water and other resources in the Love of Christ.