Sharing the Space with Michael Aitcheson

June 8, 2020

On June 3, Pastor Michael Aitcheson from Christ United Fellowship joined Pastor Tyler Groff in “The Space” at Orangewood Church to share his experience as a black man in America and his heart for unity in the Church. Michael envisions a gospel-centered diverse church where anyone is welcome to come experience, be transformed by, and share the love of Christ. This interview is an invitation to be a part of this vision for the Church. As the Church, we are called to bear witness to the stories of those who mourn and to mourn with them. You can watch the interview here:

Christ United Fellowship (PCA)

Christ United Fellowship (CUF) began as a church plant in 2014 and is now a thriving multicultural church in the heart of Orlando. Michael believes that the mission for Christ United Fellowship is to extend the kingdom of God by making disciples in Orlando and beyond. This mission is developed through their core values: Christ-Centered Preaching, Hospitality, Service, and Diverse Community. It is not uncommon to walk into CUF and immediately be greeted with a warm welcome. You might even get several invitations for lunch after church!

COVID-19 has proven to be challenging times. At this moment CUF is not meeting in person, but has transitioned to online services each Sunday through Facebook Live at 10:15am.

Pastor Michael Aitcheson, his wife Lucy, and their four daughters Carissa, Annie, Leah, and Hannah.

CONNECT WITH US

If you would like to get connected with CUF or simply want to have a conversation with Michael,  you can email him at Mike@cuforlando.org. You can also find out more information through their website and social media pages below.

Website: https://www.christunitedfellowship.com
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/CUForlando/
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/cuforlando/

SUPPORT OUR MINISTRY

If you are passionate about connecting people with a diverse community and would like to support CUF, you can give to their ministry here.

Recommended Resources

“Turning the Other Cheek” by Michael Aitcheson: https://tabletalkmagazine.com/article/2020/05/turning-the-other-cheek/