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  • Schedule & Service Time

    Schedule & Service Time

    Sunday Service

    10:00 am

    The Book of Acts


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    About Us

    Antioch Christian Fellowship is an intimate family of folks, who have been transformed by and can bear witness to the saving power of Jesus Christ. Each of us at Antioch has had our own prior “humpty-dumpty” lifestyle – where all the king’s horses and all the king’s men couldn’t put any of us back together again! But Jesus did, and He still does it! And we ain’t talkin’ about the Jesus who demands you wear a suit and tie, the Jesus who pushes preachers to beg for our money, or the Jesus who was just a prophet or some great man, nor the Jesus who was just some miracle-worker who got “weak” for Mary Magdalene. No, we’re talking about….THE REAL JESUS, God manifested in the flesh (1 Timothy 3:16) – the ONLY Jesus who heaven knows and hell fears.

    Our emphasis at Antioch is true love (minus the facades and religious games), and the teaching of God’s Word in a clear and easy-to-understand way. From the college campuses to the housing projects, we take very seriously our Lord’s commandment to share His unfailing and life-changing “Good News.” Therefore, we believe in taking our ministry, “to the streets” – with free city-wide basketball tournaments, park festivals, food drives, and just plain ol’ greeting somebody on these cold streets with some warm words of hope. Won’t you come join us? Come just as you are… Dress is comfortable. And if you don’t have a Bible, we’ll give you one when you get here. Hope to see you soon!

    Church Origin


    Antioch Christian Fellowship began first as an intimate Bible study in the pastor’s home. With only three people and his wife on a wintry Thursday night, coffee mugs in hands, the pastor lead the group in prayer as they asked for God’s guidance. Then as the small group looked up at each other and smiled, the pastor opened to the book of Romans, and began teaching verse-by-verse.

    The pastor’s home quickly became a spiritual hospital, and it wasn’t long before there was barely any standing room. Saints were getting equipped, souls were getting saved, and the entire room was falling more in love with Jesus Christ as Lord and friend. The brand new green rug had become blackened by all the traffic, but nobody cared.