Christ Fellowship is a non-denominational Christian megachurch, located in Palm Beach Gardens, Florida. According to Outreach Magazine, Christ Fellowship is currently the 25th largest church in the United States.
The founding senior pastor is Tom Mullins. The current Senior Pastor is Todd Mullins, and the Teaching Pastor is John C. Maxwell.
Christ Fellowship currently has five South Florida campuses: Palm Beach Gardens (main campus), CityPlace (West Palm Beach), Royal Palm, Boynton, and Stuart. Christ Fellowship also holds a service in Spanish called CF in Español and streams weekend services live on their website. The four campuses together average over 15,000 in attendance each weekend. The church also was 26th in 2005 and 30th in 2006 on the list of the fastest growing U.S. churches.
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