Praying for One Another
Our congregation praying for our brother the day before he goes into surgery. Prayers were gloriously answered!
We also have a prayer time at 9:30 AM for anyone who wants to pray or needs prayer.
Ministries at CEFC for our Community
Give us a call at 570-386-4547 if you’d like to be a part of any of these ministries.
Every Wednesday night 6 PM
September through April
Songs, games, Bible memory verses and lessons. Kids starting at 3 years old and up to 12th grade are invited to join AWANA!
Prayer Shawl Ministry
We get together once a month to create shawls that we over before we give them to patients or ladies who just became widowed. If enjoy knitting or crocheting you are welcome to attend!
Sister Chix Ministry
A ministry for ladies who have lost a husband either through death or divorce. We meet the last Sunday of each month to help support, encourage and help each other draw closer to Christ, who is the only One who can truly heal broken hearts.
Ladies Bible Study
Ladies Bible Study meets
Tuesday evenings at 7:30 PM and Friday mornings at 10 AM.
You can choose the time that is best for you. Currently we are doing a study by Elizabeth George called Relying on the Power Spirit taken from the Book of Acts.
CEFC Food Pantry
Our Food Pantry is open to the community the
3rd Saturday of every month
from 9 AM-Noon.
We are often able to provide meat, fresh vegetables, frozen foods in addition to various dry and canned goods.
If you’d like to donate to enable us to maintain our food pantry, learn more about how you can help by clicking the button below.
Men’s Ministry meets every
1st and 3rd Wednesday
at 7 PM.
The purpose of the group is to share life’s learning experiences with other men in small groups by studying Scripture and building one another up through prayer.
Meal Ministry for our Shut-ins
We love to cook at CEFC. One of the ministries we provide to our shut ins who have been in the hospital with homemade meals to help them through their healing time while at home.
We are blessed with a group of ladies who love to visit shut ins, people who are recovering from illness or surgery. We even have a visiting dog named K.C. who loves to visit with us.
First and foremost, Jesus Christ is the Head of our church. We exalt Him over all. By doing so, we embrace the Word of God and seek to live according to what we read there. You can learn more about that by reading our Core Values and What we Believe. Love is the key to living a joy-filled life and our mission statement expresses that.
To Love God by Reaching and Discipling
Others for Christ.
If you’d like to contact us to learn more or to ask questions, you can do so here with this secure form.