CFAN is a Family Community

Come as you are.

At CFAN you’ll be welcomed into a family. We have created a warm, friendly and casual environment because we want to get to know each other. We don’t do “church”, we do life.

So what does community look like at CFAN? We love Jesus, and it shows. We pray, we study and we connect with each other as family during the week.

At a Sunday Morning service, you can expect:

  • Each service to last 90 minutes.
  • Thought-provoking and engaging messages based on the Bible.
  • Relevant teaching from Bill Wolfson our Lead Pastor, or an occasional special guest.
  • High-energy worship music.
  • Fun teaching and worship music for your kids ages birth to Jr. High.

At a Saturday Night service, you can expect:

  • Each service to last 70 minutes.
  • Thought-provoking and engaging messages based on the Bible.
  • Relevant teaching from Bill Wolfson our Lead Pastor, or an occasional special guest.
  • A shorter period of worship music.
  • Child care for your younger kids.

We want you to feel completely comfortable at CFAN. You are family!  Below are some frequently asked questions. If you have any additional questions, don’t hesitate to contact us or visit the Info Center when you visit.

Frequently asked questions.

CFAN services are on Saturdays at 6pm upstairs in  room C-201 and on Sundays at 10:00 a.m. in the Worship Center.

Wednesday Night Focus Groups feature small group study and fellowship opportunities throughout the campus. Preschool through high school student ministries are offered as well.

Get service times and directions.

We are thrilled that you’re joining us and want you to be more focused on the service than what you’re wearing. Some wear t-shirts and jeans. Others prefer to still put on their “Sunday best,” and that’s fine too! We think you’ll fit in no matter how you dress.
We are located in the Tacoma suburb of Parkland,  just south of Puyallup.

111 – 112th Street East Tacoma, WA 98445

Get service times and directions.

CFAN is committed to developing and supporting healthy Christian families in a safe and secure environment. We have created a wonderful opportunity for your children. From infant through fifth grade, we will provide a fun environment  for your kids while you go while you attend the service. Our Nations Preschool  is located downstairs. Our Nations Kids is located upstairs.

Nations Jr. High students participate with the worship music experience along with the adults in the worship center, and then exit together with our Youth Leaders  to go upstairs for an age appropriate teaching and engaging experience.

If you are visiting with us, we don’t expect you to put money in the offering, and you are welcome to just let it pass you by. If you consider CFAN your church home, we’d love for you to prayerfully consider financially partnering with CFAN. It takes many thousands of dollars each week to accomplish the work of God He has called us to.  You can give by check or cash during the service, or you can set-up an online giving account.
Yes! For those who are hearing impaired, we have special hearing devices that you can wear that will allow you to control the volume. If you think this would be beneficial to you,  pick one up at the Info Center in our Mall.

For those who are visually impaired, we have large projection screens in the Worship Center to help you see what’s happening on stage.

We strive to have everyone passionately engage in a worship experience. To achieve this we utilize a mix of live music and media. We strive to provide contemporary and transformational worship experiences.

You can expect a variety of musical styles, designed specifically to provide an atmosphere of worship. The messages are biblical and practical, in order to help you find your potential in Christ. We utilize video, imagery and other creative expressions to creatively communicate God’s message to you. We do our best to make Sunday morning at CFAN an experience that is engaging, relational, and practical.

We understand that volume is perceived differently. One person’s sense of “loudness” may not apply to the next person. Our experience tells us that we are not able to satisfy everyone’s perception of volume or even mix of audio. Nonetheless we strive to know well the output of our audio systems, and responsibly appreciate the ears of our audience at the same time.