History

Community Evangelical Free Church began in the 1970's as an apartment Bible study, and has since grown into a local church family of about 400 members and attendees. Our handful of early founders was driven by a vision to start a type of church that seemed to be missing in this area: a fellowship of believers committed to both an unswerving teaching and upholding of the inerrancy of Scripture, and a Christianity free of constraint from cultural legalism. What birthed us then continues to drive us today: the conviction that we are called to love God with both our heads and our hearts. We hold fast to the Bible as God's revealed authority for faith and life. We also balance serious attention to theology with a commitment to unity in the essentials, liberty in the non-essentials, and love in all things.

CEFC officially began meeting as a church for the first time on Sunday, October 14, 1977 at the Twin Valley Elementary Center.

CEFC officially began meeting as a church for the first time on Sunday, October 14, 1977 at the Twin Valley Elementary Center.