Christ Fellowship is a statement of identity. We believe that every human being suffers from the same problem. Because of his sin, he has been alienated from his Creator-God. Left alone, every person will pursue in some form, a God-substitute. But no matter what he pursues, he will come up empty. Man was created to worship God and until he repents of his sin and turns to Christ in faith, he will wander hopeless, pursuing joy and fulfillment in things that cannot deliver what they promise.

We believe that Jesus Christ, as revealed in the Scriptures was God in flesh. We believe that through His miraculous birth, His sinless life, His substitutionary death, His glorious resurrection and His victorious future return, He alone has the ability to change everything. By His grace, He has provided a way for sinful man to be reconciled to holy God. Jesus Christ cancelled the debt and paid the penalty for sin so that man’s deepest and most profound problem could be remedied. In fact, this is fundamentally what a church is-a group of pardoned rebels. Through Christ’s work, a new family is created and it consists of people that are different ages and nationalities; that don’t like all the same things or look exactly the same. But what they do share in common is the reality that they have been transformed by the power and grace of God in Jesus Christ. The church is a fellowship created by Christ and centered on Christ.

Pastoral Leadership

Servant Ministry Teams


Paul Bennett — Deacon of Youth & Ministries

Mike Hamby — Deacon of Kids Ministry (1st-4th Grade)

Brady Shaffer — Deacon of Kids Ministry (3yrs – Kindergarten)

Matt Tanis — Deacon of Communications

Sean Weckerly — Deacon of Finances

Ministry Team Leaders:

Gabriella Madonna — Nursery

Nathaniel Madonna — Music

Josh McAusland — Facilities

Doug Wagner — Hospitality  

What We Believe

We hold to a revised version of the New Hampshire Confession of Faith from 1853.

News & Events

Stay up to date with the latest News & Events