Cleveland Christian Fellowship is a Charismatic Word Church in Cleveland TN that ministers to the entire family. We began in 1983, founded by Pastor Mark Strickland. Pastor Mark is a 1979 graduate of Rhema Bible Training Center, ordained through the Rhema Ministerial Association, International and Pastor Mark served as the District Director for the Rhema Ministerial Association for 17 years.

At Cleveland Christian Fellowship, we place strong emphasis on the integrity of the Bible and teach that as we believe and act on God’s Word, we will get the same results as they did in the Bible. Jesus Christ is the same yesterday, today and forever! (Hebrews 13:8). We firmly believe that it is God’s desire to meet man’s need. We are a growing, vibrant church where Jesus is proclaimed as Lord, and God is allowed to move by His Spirit.

Cleveland Christian Fellowship was started & exists for the following reasons:

  • To provide a place where people can come and be instructed in the Word with strong emphasis placed on the integrity of the Bible.
  • To be a place where Christians can join themselves to other Christians and function as a local church providing contemporary Spirit-filled worship, instruction in righteousness, ministry, fellowship, opportunities of Christian service and to observe the ordinances of the church.
  • To propagate the Gospel of our Lord Jesus Christ in our community, nation and world.

Currently, we are carrying on this vision through the avenues of Children’s ChurchYouthMissions, a Christian School, and regular services and seminars.

We welcome you as you attend services with us, and we believe that your life will be touched in such a way as to help you be conformed to the image of Christ. We pray that you will experience the love of God while you are here, and we invite you to return and join us on a regular basis as we come together to worship the Lord and grow in His grace. “Let us consider one another in order to stir up love & good works not forsaking the assembling of ourselves together, as is the manner of some, but exhorting one another, and so much the more as you see the Day Approaching.” Hebrews 10:24-25 NKJ