The Christian Friendship Fellowship is a non-profit-making registered charity which provides a specialised ministry and outreach to Christian singles and those otherwise on their own.
What do we do?
The list of activities is endless, but all are arranged by Christians for single Christians.
Events are either arranged through local groups and include such things as meals out, rambles, Bible studies, coffee evenings and visiting places or nationally which include regional rallies, holidays and weekends both in the UK and overseas.
Why has the CFF been so successful?
Why do people join our unique Christian fellowship? Some seek to extend their own circle of Christian acquaintances locally, others for correspondence with believers in similar situations or who belong to other churches or nationalities. Of course most seek contact with Christian singles of the opposite sex who are in the same age group and share similar interests, with the hopeful prospect of marriage if the friendship develops satisfactorily. At the same time we respect the dignity and value of single life (1 Cor 7:8) as lived by Jesus himself while still allowing people to expand their circle of Christian friends. We seek to meet the needs of all Christian singles, whatever their situation and circumstances.We are not a dating agency or marriage bureau, although well over 1000 couples have met and married. CFF provides opportunities to mix socially and spiritually, and many friendships have developed naturally. Not all singles wish to be married and this is recognised and respected.
News and Views
To keep members up to date all members receive the 'News and Views' magazine. The magazine is a mixture of CFF news, ministry and events and holidays and keeps members informed of what is happening within CFF around the country.
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.