This site can be easily accessed through www.christianfellowshipministries.info.
To all CFM pastors; you too can use this site to give your church a free and useful online presence by pointing your domain name to a page on this site.
If you have a good ideas for how this site can be used please list your thoughts on the Discussion page.
You can also click here to search for a church.
For other evangelists please see the Evangelists page.
Regular regional Conferences are a feature of the CFM fellowship and are the main time for church planting and preaching ministry.
Some of the hundreds of Worship and praise songs used in the fellowship can be found here: Songs.
Interested in what we believe? Please see this page: Our Beliefs.
101 reasons why Christian Fellowship Ministries is the best thing happening in contemporary Christianity is found here: 101 Distinctives of The Potters House.
If you are unsure about some aspect of the fellowship then see Myths Busted.
Other useful sites include WikiChurch.
General History of the Potters House Christian Fellowship
Christian Fellowship Ministries is a fellowship of approximately 1,800 full-gospel churches around the world. The fellowship started in 1970 with a small core of Christian believers that began to see a great revival among the people of their day, especially hippies, drug addicts, and students. From those young men and women was raised up a new generation of pastors, preachers, and pillars who have literally touched almost every continent of the world with the Gospel of Jesus Christ.
Being a Wiki, information from a variety of sources is encouraged so if you have anything to add please click on the "edit this page" tab on any church page. If details someone else has entered seem wrong then use the discussion page to avoid difficulties.
Please add your church to the database. Please follow the conventions which have been used for the Prescott and Parramatta churches and maybe use the New Church template. Not all churches have a page yet...
Please see the Family Tree for detailed historical information.
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