daleville christian fellowship

Vision: Replace The misplaced

Our vision is simply…… (TO REPLACE THE MISPLACED) - to seek and save the lost; to make them disciples of JESUS CHRIST, our Lord. Thus, Daleville Christian Fellowship intends to establish and support churches in order to bring the vision to fruition.

Regularly scheduled meetings for this week.

From the Music Ministry

Tuesday, March 21st - 6:00 PM - Mass Choir Rehearsal

Youth Ministry

Wednesday,  March 22nd - 6:00 PM - Youth Choir Rehearsal
Saturday, March 25th - 10:00 AM - Youth Choir Rehearsal


From the Church

Until further notice, the church will be fasting and praying from 6:00 AM - 6:00 PM every Wednesday.

The Christian Women Ministry of our church will have a Prayer Shut in "Women's Night Out" on Friday night, March 24th beginning at 10:30 PM and culminating with a breakfast on the morning of Saturday, March 25th at 7:30 AM.  Several speakers,  praise and worship leaders have been invited to participate in what is planned as a time to focus on learning to pray and praying throughout the night.  The POC is Sister Hilliard.

The 2017 DCFWC Scholarship Applications are available in the information room.  All graduating seniors planning to enter college in the fall who are ACTIVE members of the church and youth ministry are eligible to apply.  The deadline for submission is Wednesday, April 12th.  Interviews will be conducted during the week of April 17th - 21st.

 Archdiocese United Christian Fellowship, International will host the 2017 Men Retreat on April 20th - 22nd at the Majestic Beach Resort in Panama City Beach, FL.  The cost is $200 per person.  POC's are Minister Willie Hood and Brother Torrey Hobdy.

Archdiocese United Christian Fellowship, International in conjunction with CRW announces The College Readiness Workshop.  This will be a 3-part course designed to introduce and prepare high students, grades 9-12 for the college experience.  Students will engage in college and career planning, find scholarships, build writing and communication skills, develop social skills and best practices, and learn the history and purpose of HBCU's. The schedule is as follows:  Part 1 - Saturday, March 18, 2017 from 9am to 12pm; Part 2 - Saturday, April 8, 2017 from 9am to 12pm; and Part 3 - Saturday, April 22, 2017 from 9am to 12pm.  To register, please send an email containing the student's name, parent/guardian name, student grade level, and contact number to the Program Director, Sis. Tenita Strand (tenita.strand@gmail.com).  The registration deadline is Wednesday, March 15, 2017.  Any HBCU graduates interested in being a member of the interview panel or who have general questions is asked to email or call 334-498-0067.  Refreshments will be served.


Christian Tonic: "Don't let us yield to temptation."  (Matthew 6:13)

We should make our temptations a constant focus of prayer.



Additional annual assessment - Scholarship fund - $25.00 (payable at any time during the year)

Monthly mission contribution - $15.00

From The Community 

All address/phone number changes should be updated in a timely manner. If you have a change, please complete a form in the information room and place in the admin mail box.

All sign-up sheets/registration forms, etc. are located in the information room. All community announcements, with flyers and or more detailed information are in the information binder located in the information room.

Thank each of you in advance for praying, visiting and/or telephoning those who are incapacitated and/or bereaved and for complying with all requests.

Behold, a virgin shall be with child, and shall bring forth a son, and they shall call his name Emmanuel, which being interpreted is, God with us. 

~King James Version~

Matthew 1:23