Community Groups Home > Get Connected > Community Groups WE ARE COMMITTED to gathering together to engage in relevant Bible studies, supporting one another and to owning a clear mission of serving. Acts 2:42 Want to join a community group? We understand that not everyone is ready to join a small group but would prefer to experience a larger group of approximately 15-25 individuals focused on Bible study and begin building friendships with other attendees of Christian Fellowship Church. The community groups generally meet at the church on Sunday mornings. Search Adults Encountering God Type: Co-EdContact:Sharifa GomezDate/Time:Sunday 9:30AM to 10:30AMLocation: Meeting in rooms 309-310 and via zoom. Please contact Beth Davidson for more information. Schedule:Join the group in person at 9:30a to dive into a dynamic discussion focused on the Gospel of John and the freedom found through God's word. The group is lead by Paul Mulgrew. Description:A diverse community of men and women who are seeking to draw closer to God and support each other through friendship and a place to grow in God's word together. We live in a world that is fighting for our attention. We are pulled in so many directions and need to find ways to better and more clearly hear God's voice. You may have forgotten who God says you are or perhaps you are still seeking your God given identity. If you are searching for hope, a sense of belonging and you want to be known by others please visit this group, journey through scripture and discover the freedom found in hearing God. Community Bible Study Type: WomenContact:Beth MartinDate/Time:Wednesday Location:Virtual On Demand Teaching & Core GroupsSchedule:All classes are virtual this year and begin on Wednesday, September 16. All are welcome, and registration is currently open. To find out more about CBS and to register go here: https://dulles.cbsclass.org Description:CBS 2020-21 Community Bible Study celebrates 45 years of bringing the study of God’s word to the local community. Join CBS this Fall and study the Gospel of John. The Gospel of John is an eyewitness account of the life of Jesus Christ. The apostle John was transformed by the years of close friendship he spent with Jesus, and he wanted everyone to experience that same joy. John 20:31 says that he wrote the book so that you may believe that Jesus is the Christ, the Son of God, and that by believing you may have life in his name. Hispanic Church Type: AnyContact:Hector AldazDate/Time:Sunday 11:00AM to 12:30PMLocation:New church campus location: 44505 Atwater Drive, Ashburn, VA. Please contact Pastor Hector Aldaz, email@example.com for more information.Schedule:Please join us for the live Sunday worship service on the CFC Church Campus at 11am. Please enter at the south entrance facing Russell Branch Parkway. Description:The Hispanic congregation has been at CFC since 1997. This group serves the Spanish speaking believers in the community. Telugu Indian Church Type: AnyContact:Rufus BhimanpalliDate/Time:Sunday 11:00AM to 1:00PMLocation:We have moved to our new location: 44505 Atwater Drive, Ashburn, Va. Due to COVID19, we will be meeting virtually. Please contact Pastor Rufus Bhimanpalli, firstname.lastname@example.org for virtual meeting information.Schedule:Virtual Worship service will be Sunday from 11 AM to 1 PM. Friday evening service will be at 7 PM.Description:Telugu Indian Worship Service The Genesis Group Type: Co-EdContact:Beth DavidsonDate/Time:Sunday 11:00AM to 12:00PMLocation:Virtual and in Room 302 on campus. Please contact Beth Davidson, email@example.comSchedule:Please join the CFC church community as we watch the sermon online Sundays at 9:30 am via: live.cfcwired.org, facebook.com/cfcwired, or youtube.com/cfcwired. Description:The Genesis Group ~ This group is for anyone who wants to dig a little deeper into the Sunday main stage message. Dynamic group discussion will focus on the practical application of the main stage message each week and allow God’s word to shape us and change us. The group will challenge you to deepen your relationship with God and take your faith out into your community. Men Band of Brothers Type: MenContact:Bryan MoserDate/Time:Saturday 8:00AM to 9:30AMLocation:The new CFC campus location: 44505 Atwater Drive and Virtual Schedule:2nd Saturday of every month . Description:Band of Brothers meets at 8 am for breakfast on the 2nd Saturday of every month at CFC. Please check CFC's event details for more information about upcoming meetings. All men are welcome to join this monthly meeting for fellowship and discussion of God's word. Bible Study Fellowship-Men Type: MenContact:Jesse SmithDate/Time:Tuesday 7:00PM to 9:00PMLocation:Fall 2020 44505 Atwater Drive. Ashburn, VASchedule: 7-9p Fall 2020Description:BSF for men at CFC will resume in the Fall of 2020 at the new campus. https://www.bsfinternational.org/class/882#satellitesSeniors Senior Adults Sunday School Type: Co-EdContact:Don SienDate/Time:Sunday 11:00AM to 12:00PMLocation:The Seniors Community Group meets in person on Sundays at 11a in rooms 309-310. The group will also meet online. Please contact Fred Clark firstname.lastname@example.org or Beth Davidson email@example.com for the meeting link. Schedule: Sundays 11a- Wednesdays online at 7p - Friday Movie night online 6:30p. Please contact Pastor Fred Clark, firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.Description:A group of adults age 60+ meet to study God's word. Pastor Fred Clark, Danny Moore and John Tomick lead the group. Currently in the final chapter of the book of Matthew. Contact Pastor Fred for the online meeting link at: email@example.com. All are welcome. Senior Ministry JOY Club Type: Co-EdContact:Don SienDate/Time:Various 11:00AM to 12:00PMLocation:Wednesday Nights and Friday nights meet on zoom, Contact Pastor Fred or Beth Davidson for the meeting links. Schedule:Please join the Seniors Sunday Community Group on Sundays at 11a in rooms 309-310 in person. The group is currently meeting on Wednesday nights online from 7pm-8pm. The group meets for movie night on Fridays at 7pm. For more information contact Pastor Fred Clark, firstname.lastname@example.org or Beth Davidson email@example.com. The JOY Club monthly potluck and social outings are currently on pause. Please contact Pastor Fred Clark or Director of Community Life, Beth Davidson for more information. Description:Senior Adult Fellowship Group ~ https://www.cfcwired.org/seniors Women Community Bible Study Type: WomenContact:Beth MartinDate/Time:Wednesday Location:Virtual On Demand Teachings & Core GroupsSchedule:All are welcome, and registration is currently open. To find out more about CBS and to register go here: https://dulles.cbsclass.org Description:CBS 2020-21 Community Bible Study celebrates 45 years of bringing the study of God’s word to the local community. Join CBS this Fall and study the Gospel of John. The Gospel of John is an eyewitness account of the life of Jesus Christ. The apostle John was transformed by the years of close friendship he spent with Jesus, and he wanted everyone to experience that same joy. John 20:31 says that he wrote the book so that you may believe that Jesus is the Christ, the Son of God, and that by believing you may have life in his name. MOMZ 2GETHER Type: WomenContact:Johanna SmithDate/Time:Various 6:45AM to 8:30PMLocation:Please contact Johanna Smith at firstname.lastname@example.org or Beth Davidson at email@example.com for more information on the group. Schedule:MOMZ meets the 3rd Thursday of each month. MOMZ upcoming meetings • Thursday, April 15th at 6:45 join this in person session at CFC in the main lobby for Yoga for Momz lead by John Tomick, followed by a social time and snacks out on the CFC patio. • Thursday, May 20th at 6:45 is the in person gathering and End of Year Celebration with dinner, games and fun out on CFC the patio.Description:Mothers of infant-HS kids. Because Motherhood is a Journey.............. Join this community of moms to learn together, have fun together and share the journey together. Each month will feature a new speaker or new event. MOPS Type: WomenContact:Emily VoorheesDate/Time:Wednesday 7:30PM to 9:30PMLocation:Room 302 & 303 at CFC Atwater Drive. Please contact Beth Davidson with questions about Group Life at CFC. firstname.lastname@example.org Schedule:MOPS meets every 3rd Wednesday of each month. Visit the MOPS website for more information http://www.mops.org/groups/cfcmops. Description:We want to remind you that motherhood isn’t a constraint – it’s a catalyst. Together we will decide to rise- through being strong, doing our work, and chasing joy. We believe in the simple but revolutionary idea that remarkable things happen when moms come together, face to face. That’s why we rally women to come together in their own neighborhoods and help each other through this thing called motherhood, one gathering at a time. Mothers of Preschoolers - more information and registration are found at http://www.mops.org/groups/cfcmops Women in the Word Type: WomenContact:Kendra SuminskiDate/Time:Thursday 11:00AM to 12:00PMLocation:The group meets on Thursdays in Room 303 at CFC. Please contact Beth Davidson email@example.com with questions about Group Life at CFC.Schedule:Thursdays 11:00-12:00p, April 8-May 20 Description:Spring Study -April 8th through May 20th As a part of the Beautiful Word Bible Study Series, Bible teacher and author Margaret Feinberg digs into the book of Revelation, which reminds us of God's power and promises during times of suffering and persecution. Revelation - Extravagant Hope by Margaret Feinberg study guides will be available in class for purchase. In this study you will: Uncover the supernatural power of Jesus’ names and titles. Be equipped with tactics on how to overcome the wily ways of the enemy. Discover how to triumph through the blood of the lamb and the word of your testimony. Learn that though life is not always fair, Jesus is NOT finished. Women of Encouragement Type: WomenContact:Therese WunderlichDate/Time:Wednesday 7:00PM to 8:30PMLocation:CFC Room 110 Conference Room or on Zoom Schedule:You are invited to join Women of Encouragement on Wednesday evenings, April 07 -May 12 Books are available at CFC. Please contact Beth Davidson. firstname.lastname@example.orgDescription:You are invited to join Women of Encouragement on Wednesday evenings from 7-8:30 for the Spring Study, Revelation - Extravagant Hope by Margaret Feinberg. What if God is saving the best for last? Of all the books of the Bible, Revelation is the one that people seem to be the most afraid to study. Well, FEAR no more! With the recent world events, there's no better time to dive into an enticing read. Revelation is a book that brings us hope. Yes, hope! Bible teacher and author Margaret Feinberg digs into Revelation, which reminds us of God's power and promises during times of suffering and persecution. ~ In this study you will: Uncover the supernatural power of Jesus’ names and titles. Be equipped with tactics on how to overcome the wily ways of the enemy. Discover how to triumph through the blood of the lamb and the word of your testimony. Learn that though life is not always fair, Jesus is NOT finished. Young Adults Relevant Type: Co-EdContact:Jason WallDate/Time:Sunday 11:00AM to 12:00PMLocation:Room 301 and virtually via Zoom. Please contact Jason Wall, email@example.com for the meeting link to join the virtual discussion. Schedule:Hybrid class meets at 11:00 on Sunday mornings. Description:Relevant is a group of mostly mid 30 years olds (with some a bit younger and some a bit older) who are all learning more about what God has for them in His Word. The group has people from all walks of life-- from singles to married couples, people with fur babies and people with actual babies, professionals in a variety of fields and people just getting started in the workforce. What brings them all together is the desire to dive into Scripture and learn more about the history behind God's word as well as what it means for us today. The Relevant teaching team brings a different style of teaching to the material covered each week. COVID has provided an opportunity to grow in the way that the group gathers. With restrictions lifting in the NOVA area they have recently moved to a hybrid approach, meeting both in person as well as virtually. This allows the group to meet together in person for those who are comfortable and still include others who prefer to meet virtually.