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Welcome to Christian Fellowship, a Non-Denominational Church in Columbia, MO

Christian Fellowship’s desire is to help people discover they have a Creator who longs to have a relationship with them. We believe each of us was intentionally created by our God who wants to know us personally.  Our church in Columbia, Mo exists to glorify our Heavenly Father as we grow in faith and serve our community in mid-Missouri.   For us, God is not just an idea. He is personal and has revealed Himself to us through Jesus and by the help of the Holy Spirit in our lives. We are a church whose desire is to help people develop their relationship with Jesus; to know Him, worship Him, live for Him and to always be growing in our knowledge of Him. Christian Fellowship is a diverse community and our non-denominational background welcomes a wide variety of people. Our backgrounds are Baptist, Lutheran, Methodist, Presbyterian, and other Protestant groups, as well as Catholic, Jewish, agnostic, even atheist—churched and unchurched—who have come to realize Jesus is our Redeemer.

Sunday Worship Services in Columbia, Mo

At Christian Fellowship, we offer several ways to connect with our church. One of the easiest ways is to come to one of our worship services every Sunday morning.

Contemporary Worship Service

Christian Fellowship’s contemporary worship service is at 9 a.m. every Sunday. The atmosphere at our Sunday morning service is casual with contemporary worship, a Bible-based teaching and prayer. We offer children and middle school ministry during the teaching time. Our congregation is multi-ethnic, multi-national and multi-generational.

African Worship Service in Swahili and Kinyarwanda

We believe Christ’s love spans beyond language, race and cultural lines. All are welcome to our African Multilingual service, which meets every Sunday at 4 p.m. This service is predominantly led and attended by refugees and immigrants from numerous countries in Africa.

Volunteer Opportunities at Christian Fellowship

At Christian Fellowship, we desire to be the hands and feet of Jesus Christ. We look to the example of Christ and try to mirror his service on Earth here in mid-Missouri. God has given each of us talents and skills for the purpose of blessing and building up others, both inside and outside the four walls of the church. Serving alongside one another is also a great way to build and strengthen relationships in the community. You can partner with our church and serve in a number of different volunteer opportunities. From serving at our local church, to volunteering in Columbia, Mo, to ministering around the globe - our service teams want to walk alongside you as you represent Christ to the world around you. Volunteering and serving with Christian Fellowship is simple, enjoyable and fulfilling.  

Want to learn more about Christianity?

Christian Fellowship offers groups for men, women and kids!
We believe in equipping each believer with biblical knowledge to help them navigate tough choices in life. At Christian Fellowship, we offer groups to help you grow in your knowledge of Christ while connecting with other believers.
Children’s Ministry in Columbia, MO
Your kids are welcome and safe at Christian Fellowship church. Our desire is for families to know the truth of God as their personal Savior. We regularly host events for children and their parents to connect at Christian Fellowship. Join us!

Why does Christianity Matter?

Is God real? Does God love me—even if I’ve really messed up? How do I share my faith with my coworkers? What makes Christianity unique? Your questions and concerns about Christianity are valid. At Christian Fellowship, we understand if you’re skeptical and we want to meet you where you are. The Bible teaches us the truth about ourselves—we’re messy people, in need of grace.  This is our mission as a church. We believe all of our hearts long to find our true hope and home in the love of Jesus Christ and God the Father. Our mission doesn't revolve around growing as a church or increasing financial donations annually. We strive to live out what we believe, and we do this through spreading the Gospel with a loving heart just how we are commanded to do. For more information on what we believe at Christian Fellowship, click here.

The atmosphere at our two Sunday morning church meetings is casual, with contemporary worship, a Bible-based teaching, and prayer. We offer children and middle school ministry during the teaching time. Our congregation is multi-ethnic, multi-national, and multi-generational.

Our Sunday afternoon service is an African multi-lingual gathering of worship, teaching, prayer, and dance.

Our desire is to live in community – as a spiritual family - where we not only worship together, but also share life together, pray together, and in some small way be a reflection of the Kingdom of God.

During the week, we host a variety of small groups and classes for discipleship, leadership, mentoring, pre-marital counseling, women’s Bible studies, men’s Bible studiesyouth meetings - both junior and senior high, college students, young married couples, children and families, and seniors.

Another way to build and strengthen relationships in community is to serve alongside one another. God has given each of us talents and skills for the purpose of blessing and building up others, both inside and outside the four walls of the church. We have a variety of opportunities to serve our church, city and world.

Latest Sermon

I Believe: The Apostles' Creed, Part 2

  • October 25, 2020
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“She recognized him...” Luke 2:38 In Luke 2 we read of Anna, once a young widow who had devoted her entire life to God. For more than 80 years she served faithfully at the temple, in fasting and prayer, anxiously awaiting the arrival of the Messiah. She desperately longed to meet the Savior of her people, the ...Read more

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This past Sunday, I preached on “Gentleness in a Culture of Outrage.” There are a few books I’ve been reading that have been helpful to me on this subject. If you are wanting to grow in the particular ways that I talked about in the sermon, let me recommend these resources to you. Gentle and Lowly: The Heart ...Read more

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