Welcome to Clifton Christian Church!
We offer church services for both live contemporary music with a full worship team, and a service for more traditional music such as hymnals and choir performance. If you cannot make it to one of our services but would still like to participate you can come to this page and see it being streamed live just above.
Saturday: 6:08pm (Contemporary)
Sunday: 9:00am (Traditional)
Sunday: 10:30am (Contemporary)
Streaming Coming Soon!
News and Current Events
We want to thank you for checking out our website! Check back here often for updates on what is going on here at the church and for news and information on how we can better serve our local community. We will also be posting things here regarding current events and news that we feel impacts Bible believing Christians both nationally and worldwide. Any feedback or comments you would like to make here will be greatly appreciated.
AMERICAN HERITAGE GIRLS
Hey girls 5 – 18. Check out the link above to the American Heritage Girls. It’s Faith , Service, and Fun.
Marriage Relationships Class
This class begins Friday September 12th. The time is 6:30 pm and the cost is $50.00 per couple. This is a 10 week series. Register by calling Darrell or Peggy at (970) 640-6855.
(doing Pioneer Club program)
Registration and kick off will be September 3rd at 6:30 in the Family Life Center (Gymnasium) This is for classes 3 yrs old – 8th grade. The cost is $25.00 which includes all patches earned for the year and your own book.
Cooking teams are still needed if we want to have Family Dinner Night. Please contact Beth Blazon through the church office.
Christians Flee Iraq For Safety
Newsweek reports on Christian refugees fleeing from Iraq:
“BRUSSELS (Reuters) – The violence in Iraq is hastening the end of nearly 2,000 years of Christianity there as the few remaining faithful flee Islamic State militants, archbishops from Baghdad, Mosul and Kirkuk said on Wednesday.
War and sectarian conflict have shrunk Iraq’s Christian population to about 400,000 from 1.5 million before the U.S.-led invasion in 2003, and now even those who stayed are leaving for Turkey, Lebanon and western Europe, the prelates said on a visit to Brussels seeking European Union help to protect their flocks.