Christ Centered Fellowship

What Are Our Core Values?

CHRIST CENTERED: Jesus is our focus
WE ARE FAMILY: Committed to one another
ALL ARE ONE IN JESUS: We value diversity and embrace people from all backgrounds
MAKING DISCIPLES: We are committed to the lord’s Great Commission

Just as Jesus said in the Beatitudes, blessed are the poor and the hungry.

Our mission is not just to love one another, but to make sure we spread the love of the Gospels everywhere.

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Our story

Christ Centered Fellowship church was established on July 26 2015 out of a vision sharing meeting to start a church by Pastor Brooks Collins and his wife Julia Collins at their residence. The fourteen attendances agreed to begin worship the following Sunday. Each attendance decided to spread the word to their family members and friends. The name Christ Centered Fellowship was finally chosen among other names, the group believed this name seemed to best defined the purpose of the church. The group delegated a few people (including the pastor) to search for space for worship while still using the pastor's home as a place to meet. One month later the newly established church was able to get a space with Kent Covenant Church in September. Since July of 2015 to present, CCF has experience a tremendous spiritual growth in attendance and continues to be a blessing to both saved and lost souls.

Pastor Brooks Collins and his Wife Julia

What Do We Teach?

At CCF, we use both the Old Testament and New Testament as the foundation for our faith and the inspiration for our daily lives. We put those teachings into practice at home, at work, and in our day to day activity.

Who Is Our Senior Pastor?


                                                       Pastor Brooks Collins, senior Pastor and founder of Christ Centered Fellowship (CCF). Pastor Brooks Collins has been walking with GOD since his youth in Africa up to present.
      Pastor Collins was born and raised in rural Liberia. He accepted the Lord as his personal Savior and was baptized at the age of 21. In 1990, he joined thousands of Liberians who sought refuge in a neighboring country, Ivory Coast. During his 14 years of stay in the refugee camp, he became a pastor, father, and community leader. In 2003, he was blessed to be selected along with other Liberian refugees to be resettled to the United States of America.
       Life was difficult for him and his family when he was living in the camp. There were times when he and his family barely got a full meal, but he patiently waited on the Lord and continued to serve the Lord in obedience to his faith. In 1997, he was selected to serve as an Assistant Pastor of an independent Baptist church inside the camp, and later became Senior Pastor of that church, after serving as an Assistant Pastor for three years. It was then he realized the need to pursue higher education in academics and in things of God.
In an effort to persuade his dream on education, he requested help from an American Baptist Missionary, Reverend Tek York, who was assigned to an English Baptist Church in Ivory Coast.  The missionary arranged a formal, one year pastoral training for him in pastoral leadership and discipleship. He was licensed and ordained after he completed his pastoral training. He was licensed and ordained by a Southern Baptist Convention in 2000. In collaboration with other Baptist missionaries, he began working with refugees in the Ivory Coast.
       Upon his arrival in the United States in 2004, he and his family joined Grace Community Church in Auburn, Washington until his active involvement with a Liberian dominant church that he co-founded. In March of 2015, he left because of different biblical beliefs between him and his co-founder; certain beliefs which he believes cannot be compromised. In July of 2015, he and his wife Julia established the Christ Centered Fellowship in Kent, Washington with the help of others who supported his vision for a Christ centered church. He is now the church’s Senior Pastor.
      Pastor Collins graduated from Highline Community College in 2008 and later enrolled at Antioch University of Seattle, Washington where he is currently persuading his BA in Leadership and Organizational Studies with emphasis in Psychology. He is a community leader, teacher, counselor, and a father of six children, Alice, Roseline, Faith, Kevin, Jayden, and Jordan. He is a casual and very approachable person, who likes to hear people’s stories and loves to inspire people.

At Christ Centered Fellowship, it's our mission to help you explore your relationship with God and improve those meaningful relationships in your family life as well. Join us each Sunday and experience the warmth of faith and the strength of our LORD and Savior JESUS CHRIST.