WELCOME TO CFMII
Making Disciples of ALL Nations
WHO WE ARE
Our Senior Pastor
Bishop Dr. Cheryl Ault-Barker
Senior Pastor, CFMII
Bishop Dr. Cheryl Ault-Barker is a dynamic and impressive professional who wears many hats and is passionate about each of her endeavors. She recently retired from a 42-year career in the education field where she held progressive teaching and administrative positions, culminating in her leadership role as Principal at Thaddeus Stevens PS 81 in Brooklyn. As Principal, Ms. Barker created a learning environment that supported professional development for her staff, which in turn guaranteed academic and social achievement for students...
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Join us every Sunday morning @ 11: 30 a.m in- person @ 9623 Avenue L, Brooklyn, NY 11236 OR virtually via Facebook Live, Zoom or YouTube. Click here to WATCH ONLINE.
Wednesdays @ 8:00 p.m. via prayer line: 605 472 5283 ACCESS CODE: 411642# OR Facebook Live. Click here to WATCH ONLINE.
Monday and Friday with Bishop Barker via Facebook Live. Click here to WATCH ONLINE.
December 29, 2021
It's 'Crunch Time' here at Consuming Fire Ministries International, Inc. and we are inviting everyone, virtual or in-person to attend our New Year's Eve Service starting @ 10 P.M. on Friday, December 31, 2021, at our church located on 9623 Avenue L, Brooklyn, New York. Please call ahead to secure your seat. # 917.348.4207
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Membership in the church is a glorious thing because it is an assembly of people who have made a covenant (or promise) to God and one another to uphold the principles of God’s word. Baptism is the first act of Christian fellowship—a “sharing in common” with other believers. When a believer is baptized into the fellowship of the saints, he/she is saying by that act, “I, like you, place all my hope and trust for salvation in the Lord Jesus Christ. I share your convictions of my own unworthiness and of His sufficient sacrifice in my stead. We are people of ‘like precious faith’.