Christian Fellowship International (CFI)

Welcome

Christian Fellowship International (CFI) is a thriving Christian, Interdenominational consortium of churches and fellowships across the United States that seeks to bring member Churches together in the United States and spreading across the world for fellowship, support, education, sharing of ideas and resources for ministry, to provide a common witness, and to hold each other accountable for the ministry of spreading the Gospel of Jesus Christ.

The Fellowship had its beginnings in 2005 in when interested congregations met in Atlanta in April at Simpson wood for an Easter Conference. We became formally organized in 2006 in NC. From a couple of churches we have continued to grow and have member churches and affiliated groups in the United States and Canada.

Since 2005 several congregations in the United States have hosted Christian Fellowship International (CFI) Conferences.

Rev. Christopher Chikoore was the first President of CFI from 2006 to 2012, followed by Rev. Dr. Japhat Ndemera who served until 2016. Pastor Hazel James took over and led until 2019. We owe them a debt of gratitude for their dedicated leadership. The current President of CFI is once again Rev. Dr Japhat Ndemera with Rev. Sakala as the Vice President.

We Learn the Lord

Our deepest desire is that CFI be used by God to meet the spiritual, emotional and physical needs of God’s people of all Nations. Cultivating a family atmosphere where we all grow in His grace is our moral obligation. Lifting the name of Jesus, connecting in worship and uniting in prayers for the Nations. CFI therefore cuts across all sections of Zimbabwean society and our continued concerted efforts in prayer is currently vital for the country. Let’s pray for unity, reconciliation and restoration; spiritually, economically and politically.

Upcoming Conferences
CFI Conference Chicago 2022
CFI Conference Chicago 2022

May we also take this opportunity to invite you to our upcoming Annual Conference. Come and join us in experiencing God’s presence, answered prayers and testimonies, and reminding one another of “our soon coming King, Jesus.”

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