Welcome to

A peace & justice church

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Invite your friends and family to join us at CMF's Chili Cook-Off, 11am - 2pm, on Saturday, October 22nd. You can sign up to enter the chili cook-off or to help out during the event.


There will be GAMES for all ages, including a cornhole tournament, kickball, and plenty of lawn games to keep everyone active (or bring a chair to sit and watch the competition).


The event will be held at Oakley Fields, 3882 Paxton Avenue. Everyone is welcome to join in on the fun, whether you're a CMFer, a friend, or a neighbor.


Sign up here to enter the cookoff 

Sign up here for the cornhole tournament


You can also sign up at our Welcome Table in

our Gathering Space. 

Who We are

Located in the heart of the Queen City, our church is rooted in the Christian Anabaptist principles of peacemaking, community, and following the way of Jesus in life. We hold as central to our faith the commandment that Jesus taught as a summary of all the great teachings — that we love God with all our strength, mind and spirit; and that we love our neighbors as ourselves.

all are welcome

We are a Christ-centered, welcoming, and inclusive church community committed to peace and justice.

We acknowledge and affirm the image of God in persons of every race, ability, class, gender, ethnicity and sexual orientation. We celebrate an open communion in which all who seek a closer journey with God are welcome to participate.

Everyone is invited to join in the full life of the congregation.


our Current Series

Four Views: On Christ, Communion, the Cross, and Beloved Community

For centuries, we have mostly been told a single story about why and what it means for us, but theologians for two millennia have had different interpretations of the cross and what it means for us (the church) today. Over the coming weeks we will explore four different views and, hopefully, come to see how our understanding of Christ, communion and the cross impacts the way we strive to build a more beloved community for all.

October 2-23, 2022

The series image art is: “A Last Supper” by Lorna May Wadsworth

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We gather on Sunday morning for service at 10:30am (4229 Brownway in Oakley).

Services last approximately 60 minutes and include childcare/children's programming.

Come early for coffee and stick around for good music, an inspiring message, and great conversation. 

You are also invited to join us for small groups and events that happen throughout the week.