Welcome to Heart Cry Christian Fellowship!

Audio

You can listen to some of our more recent messages
by Pastor Bob, which we hope you will find helpful.
Just click: Pastor Bob's Audio Archives.



 

 

 

 

 

 


Special Announcements:

HCCF Baptism Picnic ~ Sunday, August 3. Save the Date.

Embracing Options Baby Bottle Fund Drive
Mother’s Day to Father’s Day
If anyone still has a baby bottle with donations to return, please do so as soon as possible. (Checks should be made payable to Embracing Options.) Questions? See Sue Kircher Sunday Mornings.


Welcome!

Heart Cry Christian Fellowship is a fellowship of believers committed to the glory and lordship of Jesus Christ, and the historic, essential beliefs of Evangelical Christianity. Our "heart-cry" is to see God glorified, His Word magnified, and His Manifest Presence recognized in our lives. As such, we desire to know God the Father through Jesus Christ His Son, and to be conformed into His image by the power of the Holy Spirit.

We are a nondenominational, independent congregation with established Articles of Incorporation and By-Laws filed in the State of New York. This means that we are led by local leadership from within our own church body, and not an outside organization.


Our "Heart Cry" For Those
Who Fellowship With Us

In this fast paced, high stress world, we seek the Lord's glory and guidance in providing a refuge for those who fellowship with us; a place to be refreshed physically, emotionally and spiritually --- a place to heal and experience the Manifest Presence of God in their lives. We also realize the importance of being challenged to live our lives in a way that is pleasing to God; in a way that is designed for God's glory and our highest good --- if we will simply align our lives to the authority, sufficiency and life giving wisdom of the Scriptures and the work of the Holy Spirit.

Whether you a are single adult, a traditional family, a blended family, a single-parent family, or someone simply looking to start over, we want you to become part of "the family" --- God's family --- and in turn, a part of ours.