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Christian Family Movement (CFM)

CFM offers friendship and support for today's busy family! Families, faith, and fun—that’s what the Christian Family Movement (CFM) is all about! Through prayer, discussion, and action, families grow in their faith as spouses, parents, and families to provide support and friendship to one another. We OBSERVE the world around us, JUDGE in light of Christ’s teachings, and ACT according to what the Gospel calls us to do. Families learn to live their faith in their everyday lives at home, in our communities, and in the market place. If you want to learn more, please contact us.

June 8, 2018

 

Family Mass

This year will end with a family mass at St. Edna's Parish. Thank you for another wonderful year exploring family life!

2017-2018 Groups

 
Jan & Bob O'Brien
  • Steve & Mary Anglieu
  • Jim & Rosemarie Fagan
  • Bob & Karen Ferraro
  • Joe & Shirley Havel
  • Tom & Angie Helmstetter
  • Jim & Elizabeth Jensen
  • Tim & Sue Perek
  • Randy & Denise Swanson
  • John & Marge Wenzel

 

Carl & Chrisine Krzystofczyk
  • Fred & Marilynn Broviak
  • Noe & Mary Jo Cobian
  • Joe & Chris Corbett
  • Michael & Katherine Jehring
  • Brett & Emily Kopetsky
  • Mike & Mary Lou Maloni
  • Bob & Joan Passaglia
  • Dan & Yolanda Starchnik
  • Mary Jo Stepek
  • Bruce & Gloria Vosburgh

 

What is Christian Family Movement?

The Mission of the Christian Family Movement (CFM) is to promote Christ-centered marriage and family life; to help individuals and their families to live the Christian faith in everyday life; and to improve society through actions of love, service, education, and example. CFM is a heterogeneous group made up of all different types of families from many different walks of life with a common bond:

• Creating a Christ-centered marriage and family life
• Helping to live our faith in our daily life
• Helping to improve society through actions of love, service and education by our example.

CFM adult members get together in small groups (about five to seven couples each) to discuss topics that are related to better living faith, becoming better parents and becoming better spouses.

CFM monthly meetings are supplemented with occasions of recreation, fun and prayer that include the whole family.

Frequently Asked Questions

When Does CFM Meet?

Generally speaking, CFM meetings take place on the second Friday of the month beginning with a kick-off meeting in September and continuing through May. Discussion begins at 8 p.m. and usually lasts until 10 p.m. with social time and refreshments served afterwards.

Where does CFM Meet?

CFM meetings are gatherings that take place in a CFM member’s home or in a St. Edna’s meeting room. Each couple is asked to help host a meeting by making reminder calls to the group and providing light refreshments.

Who is CFM?

CFM has no age limitations, no participation requirements, no minimum or maximum family member requirements. You could be married one year or 50, a single parent or divorced. CFM welcomes everyone. 

What does CFM do?

Many of the meetings center around small group discussion.  For the 2016-2017 season, we will be using Pope Francis' Apostolic Exhortation The Joy Of Love.  It can be downloaded from the Vatican's website or a copy can be purchased at a bookstore.  No specific printing is required.

For further information, please contact Jan & Bob O'Brien at 847.398.3362

 

 

Want to Join?

Contact Jan & Bob O'Brien - Email 
Or call 847.398.3362

Already a Member?

Do you have information about an upcoming CFM activity/event, or do you have any pictures from a recent CFM event? Please let us know, we'd love to share that on this page.