The Christian Friendship Fellowship is a non-profit-making registered charity which provides a specialised ministry and outreach for the advancement of the Christian religion amongst single persons and any dependants of theirs. "Single persons" are those of marriageable age who have never been married. widows or widowers, those who have been divorced or those whose marriage has been annulled and those at present living apart from their spouse.
What do we do?
The list of activities is endless, but all are arranged through local CFF groups and include such things as Bible studies, Bring and Share meals (also called "Pot Luck Suppers"), coffee evenings, meals out, praise and worship times, rambles and visiting places.
Because of the coronavirus pandemic, groups stopped meeting in March 2020, but some in England, Northern Ireland and Scotland have restarted or will shortly be doing so.
The CFF, however, started an online Bible Study on Saturday 4th July 2020 via “ZOOM” for any single people wanting to know more about the Christian faith. It is still continuing, and usually takes place on the first Saturday of every month from 7.30 – 8.45 or 9pm. The next one will be on Saturday 5th November 2021.
The meeting opens with a time of worship, then after the welcome and opening prayer there is the Bible Study with a closing prayer. After that members are put in breakout rooms to chat before the meeting is ended. Each session will be limited to the first 100 people who reply.
How do I find out more information?
To find out more about the CFF, please ring 0141 334 0009 between 9.30am and 2pm or between 6 and 10pm. An answerphone is available between those times to leave a message if there is no reply, and callers who leave a number will be contacted as soon as possible. Please do not ring - even to leave a message - between 2 and 6pm. Thanks. Or fill in the contact form on the website and an email reply will be sent as soon as possible.