Opportunities To Serve...


  • We still need new Video Techs!  Time commitment is 3 hours/month, on a Sunday morning.  We’ll provide as much training time as you need. Program is user friendly and easy to learn.  This is a vital ministry for our church worship service, so please be praying that we can meet this need quickly.  For more information please contact Karen Belben (719-371-6450), Shawn Johnston (719-251-2899), or Warren Knight (719-429-9926).

  • We still need a new CFF Coffee Bar Manager.  Weekly time commitment is minimal, with a lot of flexibility. Training provided, with periodic back-up help when necessary.  If you enjoy having coffee, tea, and water available on Sunday mornings, talk to Jim Sellers

  • CFF is in need of a Volunteer Coordinator beginning in September, 2019.This is an elected position that will be considered at our June 23 semi-annual meeting.The Volunteer Coordinator primarily works with the CFF staff to communicate service opportunities within the various ministries of our church.He or she also helps to coordinate the "ministry spotlights" during our worship service and the bi-annual Volunteer Appreciation Banquet.If you are interested in learning more about this position or would like to serve the Lord in this way, please contact Heidi Clanton (429-2837) or Pastor Jeff.Thank you!

Christian Service Committee

"The committee recognizes milestone anniversaries.  Unfortunately, when pictures were taken for our new directory, many of the congregation did not put the year of their marriage down.  If you did not add the year to your date, please call Rayma at 275-2259 or Jeanine at 275-2927, with the year and date.  We do not want to miss recognizing these anniversaries!"

Christian Family Fellowship Visitation Ministry is a group of volunteers who enjoy fellowship.

● Our purpose is to visit church family, neighbors and friends who are in care facilities, hospitals or homebound, or just appreciate our visit.
● We visit, pray and share Pastor Jeff's sermon CDs with those who are unable to make it to church.
● If appropriate, we offer to supply meals through the Meal Ministry of Ava Burbank and others.
● We meet bi-monthly to evaluate our ministry and who we could encourage with a visit.
If you'd like to be part of this important CFF ministry, have questions or know someone who'd be blessed by a visit, please contact: John Repar 719-275-7056 or Bob Saulmon 719-275-1226, or the CFF Church office.

The ten members of the Visitation Committee have been active weekly this year. We have made phone calls, sent cards, visited in homes. nursing homes, helped make meals when needed, and given rides to doctor appointments.  We will meet every other month on the third Friday. Anyone interested is welcome lo join us. If anyone has ideas to share. or people needing visits contact the church office

Aluminum Recycling for 'Daisy's Babies'

For many years CFF has supported Daisy
Chell in her ministry in the Philippines. One
of the ways we support her is by collecting aluminum such as soda/pop and pet food cans and any scrap aluminum. The Belbens take the aluminum to Pueblo every few months to the recycling center. The center does require that the aluminum be free of paper labels, so any pet food can labels need to be removed before depositing them in the recycle barrel. Thank you for your help!

The church is in need of several booster and/or high chairs for use during the AWANA dinners on Wednesday nights this school year.  If you have one of these items that you would like to donate or let the church borrow, please bring it to the fellowship hall.  

The Buildings & Grounds Committee is looking for a Finance Committee Representative.  If you are interested or would like more information, please contact Wayne Ireland at 719-671-3090.

Provide Transportation

Do you know someone who needs assistance getting to church on Sundays? Would you be willing to provide transportation for someone who does need a ride? If you answered yes to either or both of those questions, please contact the church office so we can put together a team of individuals to meet a growing need at CFF. If driving is a challenge or no longer possible, you don’t have to stay at home on Sunday mornings! Don’t be shy… let us know how we can help you continue to be a vital part of God’s work here at CFF!


Ava Burbank helps coordinate meals for members of our congregation who may experience a severe illness in the family, or in the event someone is hospitalized. If you are in this situation and would like to have meals delivered to your home, please contact her at 719-671-6479 or by email at as1003@ gm ail.com .

We are looking for volunteers to be added to the ‘meals ministry’ roster.  Volunteers are typically called on 1-3 times per year to provide meals for    families in our congregation that have had surgery, illness, etc.  This a wonderful behind-the-scenes ministry that is simple but means so much to those blessed by it.  Please contact Ava Burbank at 719-671-6479.

Samaritan's Purse Shoe Box Ministry

The Missions and Children's Ministries are joining to bring the Samaritan's Purse Shoe Box Ministry directly to our church!   To all of you who filled a Samaritan’s Purse Shoe Box, THANK YOU. After collecting boxes ending December 2, 2018. We delivered 82 boxes, plus those that were delivered to the First Christian Church directly!!     

THANK YOU for your box donations for our Year-Round Samaritan's Purse Shoebox Ministry. Now we need items to put into those wonderful boxes (boxes can still be donated year-round). Practical gifts such as sewing kits for older girls and small tools for older boys, are wonderful as well. We CANNOT send liquids or lotions (even hand sanitizer), chocolate or Harry Potter toys. We will pack boxes in the following age groups for both boys and girls: 2-4 years, 5-9 years, and 10-12 years. Gift suggestions from the Samaritans Purse website include: 

  • TOYS: Include items that children will immediately embrace such as dolls, toy cars, stuffed animals, kazoos, harmonicas, yo-yos, jump ropes, balls, toys that light up & make noise (with extra batteries), etc.

  • SCHOOL SUPPLIES: pens, pencils and sharpeners, crayons, markers, notebooks, paper, solar calculators, coloring & picture books, etc.

  • NON-LIQUID HYGIENE ITEMS: toothbrushes, bar soap, combs, washcloths, etc.

  • ACCESSORIES: t-shirts, socks, hats, sunglasses, hair clips, jewelry, watches, flashlights (with extra batteries)

Loaves and Fishes

The BIG BOX in the Fellowship Hall is for year-round donations (non-perishable items) for Loaves and Fishes. Help support families in our community through this important ministry. LOAVES & FISHES NEEDS OUR HELP!  For recent Info click:  /community-events

Helping Hands Ministry

Our ‘Helping –Hands’ Ministry ~ also known as the ‘Honey-Doers’ Ministry ~ is for those who need help and those who want to help. If you are in need of a handy man or you can be a handy helper, In the lobby, there is a sign up sheet for those that want to offer their services (paid or unpaid) to others in the congregation that need help with a project.

please call the church office at 275-1074


Pick up a Prayer Card on the table in the Lobby as a reminder to pray for Persecuted Christians. Pray for men, women, and children around the world whose safety and freedom are in jeopardy daily, because of their faith in Jesus Christ. Prayer cards provided by Voice of the Martyrs.
Be a part of our CFF Prayer Chain and intercede for members of our church family when requests are sent via email (CFFPrayerChain@outlook.com). Contact the church office if you would like to be added to the distribution.

The Prayer Room is located across from the coat rack in the main building and is open for prayer whenever services are in process. Prayer focus topics and other resources available.

"Be joyful always; pray continually; give thanks in all circumstances, for this is God's will for you in Christ Jesus." 1 Thessalonians 5:16-18