When are your services?
Sunday morning equipping hour: 9:00 am
Sunday morning: 10:30 am
Sunday evening: 6:00 pm (1st and 3rd Sunday of each month)
Fellowship Groups (2nd and 4th Sunday of each month)
Wednesday evening: 6:30 pm
Where are you located?
445 Azalea Rd
Mobile, AL 36609
- Exit onto Airport Blvd. via exit #3
- Travel west on Airport Blvd. approximately 1.5 miles
- Turn left onto Azalea Rd.
- Travel approximately 1 mile
- Christ Fellowship Baptist Church will be on the left.
What should I wear?
We believe that Sunday is the Lord’s Day, and that our gatherings are for the worship of God, so we encourage people to dress in such a way as to give honor to God. The dress of most people falls between “Sunday best” and business casual.
What is there for my children?
How can I get further involved?
Start by visiting the Welcome Center (in the foyer of the Worship Center), where helpful people can assist you finding the ministries that best fit who you are and where you are spiritually. Fellowship groups and serving ministries (e.g., Children’s, Equipping Hour) are ideal ways to get more involved in the life of the church.
How do I become a member of Christ Fellowship Baptist Church?
Membership begins by talking with one of our Elders after any worship service. After filling out a membership application and meeting with a pastor, a letter of membership is requested from the applicants most recent church. Once letter is received, you are welcomed into our church as a new member. New member classes are scheduled periodically throughout the year. For more information or to speak with a pastor please call the church office: (251) 461-2242 or email: email@example.com
How can I get baptized?
Baptism is for those who can articulate repentance and saving faith in our Lord, Jesus Christ and whose lives demonstrate consistence with that profession. This process begins by talking with one of our Elders after any worship service. After filling out a baptism application and meeting with a pastor, the baptismal canidate is then baptized during one of our Sunday services. For more information or to speak with a pastor please contact the church office: firstname.lastname@example.org or call (251) 461-2242.
What is the Gospel?
Gospel means, simply, "good news." There are numerous so-called gospels in the world proclaiming good news to those who would listen, and these gospels come in any number of forms—from the gospel of wealth and power to the gospel of health and beauty. These gospels, however, do not address the most basic problem that all men and women have—the problem of sin and guilt; that is, spiritual deadness.
Put simply, the Gospel is the good news of Jesus Christ. It is good news because, without it, we stand condemned as sinners before a holy and just God, deserving His wrath. In Isaiah's vision of the throne room of God, seraphim (angelic beings) cry out continually, "Holy, holy, holy is the Lord of hosts; the whole earth is full of His glory!” Isaiah, overwhelmed in the presence of God, cries out in despair: “Woe is me! For I am lost; for I am a man of unclean lips, and I dwell in the midst of a people of unclean lips; for my eyes have seen the King, the Lord of hosts!” (Isa. 6:3, 5)
Yet, in God's perfect holiness—and this is the good news—God has, in His good pleasure, made a way for sinners to be reconciled to Himself through His Son Jesus Christ. John 3:16-17 says,
Jesus Christ lived a righteous life and then died a terrible death on a Roman cross for His people. "All we like sheep have gone astray; we have turned—every one—to his own way; and the Lord has laid on Him the iniquity of us all" (Isa. 53:6). Thus, Jesus Christ satisfied the holy and just requirements of God. God then raised Him from the dead, vindicating Christ's work.
Sinners are called to repent and believe the Gospel and to trust in Christ for salvation. Sinners receive this free gift of salvation from God through faith alone in Jesus Christ alone and are thereby counted righteous before God. Romans 10:9-13 states,
Having been justified, Christians are called to walk as "living sacrifices" unto Him through the Holy Spirit because they are not their own, but were "bought with a price" (Rom. 12:1; 1 Cor. 6:20). Just as God raised Jesus Christ, so Christians await a resurrection of their own bodies, Christ being the "first fruits" of the new creation (1 Cor. 15:20). Ultimately, this is their hope—that God has begun His work of "making all things new" in the work of Jesus Christ and in the continued sanctification of His saints (Rev. 21:5). They await the new heavens and new earth in which there will be no more sin, pain, or sorrow (Rev. 21:4).