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Community Bible Fellowship Church
In early April, 1994, a group of four individuals met at a restaurant in Keyport, NJ to discuss the possibility of forming a church in the Matawan-Cliffwood area.

Our vision was to form a church that would meet the needs of the community by exalting Christ through education, evangelism, edification, example and economic empowerment.

After much discussion of what the name of the church should be, we came to the consensus that the name shouldreflect our vision, thereby adopting the name "Community Bible Fellowship."

We took our idea to other families, where the concept was embraced wholeheartedly.  The CBF founders are Karen Boateng, Doug and Shirley Crawley, Keith and Robin Davis, Louis and Beverly Jenkins, Richard and Eloise Tisdale and Barbara Williams.

Our vision became a reality on May 1, 1994, when Community Bible Fellowship held its first service at the Matawan Regional High School.

After ten years of meeting in temporary locations, God has blessed us with a larger and more  permanent location.  It is within this location that we  anticipate the expansion of our ministries to the community.

CBF currently has membership of approximately fify (50) families.