About Us


About Us



Our Vision

We believe our church is devoted to building engaged, passionate and spiritually healthy people. We’re devoted to engaging with and impacting one another and the communities that surround us.  We believe that Jesus himself set an example of service, giving hope, love and grace; and that we’ve been given the responsibility to do the same.

We believe our church is a worshipping church that ushers in an environment of healing and consistent life transformation: A sound so unique and distinct that it merges heaven and earth.  

We believe our church is committed to equip and train leaders, locally and abroad, to carry the message of the Gospel of Jesus Christ. Representing one church, with different locations, reflecting His glorious Church, and making a global impact.


Our hope is that our church is a place where every man, woman and child walk through the doors and feels at home: A place where people representing all races, generations and nations feel a sense of belonging.

Our hope is to provide an environment of refuge and rescue, inspiring and nurturing the human spirit.  Building and providing homes for families and children in need and constructing a drug recovery facility that assists in the total rehabilitation of those struggling with addiction.  

Our hope is to provide an environment where people from all walks of life can come, be strengthened and return to their various communities to give strength and courage to others.

Our hope is that we would constantly pioneer: A church that leads the charge in presenting a timeless message in excellence through media, music, film, art, and technology.  Having a global impact on society and culture.

Our hope is to build a world-class Bible college that raises and empowers next generation leaders anointed to bring about change across the globe. 

Above all our hope is that we are a church that loves God and loves people.  A church focused on building strong relationships so that we might build strong communities.  Being generous at heart; and faith-filled in our confessions.


We believe our calling is to reach and disciple the lost.  Called to establish and develop relationships to do life together in community.  This is modeled perfectly through the relationship of the Father, Son and Holy Spirit; showing us that even God does not exist alone. 

We believe our calling is to go into all the world and share the good news with others (Mark 16:15). Providing opportunities to participate in local outreaches and efforts. As well as being agents of change through global missions and initiatives. 

Yes, we believe our calling is to be an oasis to those in need.  A beacon of light for those trapped in bondage and in darkness.  A place of hope, grace and love committed to bringing the truth of Christ to impossible situations.  Whose dependent on Jesus, led by the Holy Spirit and consumed with the Great Commission. 


This is our church. Our hope. Our calling.


What we Believe


The scriptures

The inspired, infallible, revealed will of God

2 Timothy 3:15-17; Hebrews 4:12


The one true God

A triune being, Father, Son, and Holy Ghost.

Deuteronomy 6:4; Mark 12;29


Water Baptism

An ordinance of the Church symbolizing to the world that one has died with Jesus and has been raised with Him to walk in newness of life.

Matthew 28:19; Acts 10:47-48


Divine healing through faith and that healing is included in the atonement

Mark 16:18; Isaiah 53:4-5


The lord's supper

An ordinance of the Church symbolizing the broken body and shed blood of Jesus Christ as the new covenant between God and man.

1 Corinthians 11:24-25,28


THE tithe

In tithing (10% of our local income) as support for the local church.

Proverbs 3:9; Malachi 3:10


Total Prosperity


John 3:3, 11; 2 Corinthians 5:17-21


2 Timothy 1:7; Romans 12:2


Isaiah 53:4-5; Matthew 8:17


3 John 1:2; Malachi 3:10-11


Proverbs 3:4


For all of eternity God has existed in relationship with himself. He exists as one substance in three persons: the Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit. Each member of the Trinity serves different functions, they each possess equal power and authority.


the salvation of man

The shed blood of Jesus Christ, grace through faith, believing in the heart that God raised from the dead and that confessing with the mouth will result in man's Salvation.

Romans 3:24; Romans 10:9-10; Ephesians 2:8


The infilling of the holy ghost

In the infilling of the Holy Spirit with the evidence of speaking in tongues

Acts 2:1-4


in the operation of the gifts of the spirit

1 Corinthians 12:4-10; Romans 12:5-8; Ephesians 4:11



The Body of Christ, the home of God through the Spirit. Each believer born of God's Spirit is an integral part of the general assembly and Church of the First Born which is written in Heaven.

Ephesians 1:22; 2:19-22


Sharing Christ with Others:

Sharing through world evangelism and missionary work in accordance with the Great Commission, with signs following

Matthew 28:19-20


The blessed hope

"Awaiting our blessed hope, the appearing of the great God and Savior Jesus Christ..."

Titus 2:13

The millennial Reign of Jesus

Revelations 19:11-16; 20:1-7





Christian Faith Center of Creedmoor was formerly known as First Baptist Church of Creedmoor, first established in 1911. In 1973, Mack Timberlake was named as Assistant Pastor. In 1974, Mack Timberlake and Brenda Timberlake were named Senior Pastors of the then 35-member First Baptist Church.  


During 1981, the ministry opened its Child Development Center and 1982 marked the official beginning of the ministry's television and radio outreach, as well as the founding of the Bread From Heaven Institute (now “Christian Faith Bible College”), which providesministerial and biblical training to area pastors, ministers and interested lay persons.  


In 1986, the name of First Baptist Church was officially changed to Christian Faith Center of Creedmoor Incorporated and the church moved, debt-free, into a new facility on twelve acres of land. The newly renamed church received its official 501(c)(3) non-profit designation by the IRS in 1989.


In 1989, the ministry also established the Christian Faith Center Academy to provide Christian-based educational training for students from Kindergarten through twelfth grade.  In 1989, the ministry also formed the Christian Faith Ministers' Fellowship International, a fellowship of ministries across the nation seeking mentorship and guidance in ministry.


In 1992, CFC sponsored and completed the construction of The Royal Pavilions of Creedmoor, Inc., a 28 unit housing complex for the elderly and disadvantaged subsidized by the Department of Housing and Urban Development.


Due to the substantial increase in membership, in 1995 CFC completed the construction of the Baby Ark Complex, an 80,000 square-feet facility, built on over 100 acres, containing a 2000 seat capacity sanctuary;
the CFC Academy (K-12 private school founded in 1989 to provide academic instruction in a Christian environment. Since its founding, CFC Academy has continued to provide quality education and moral development to students from a wide range of diverse backgrounds).  The Christian Faith Child Development Center  (A large daycare center with a child capacity of 62. That provides exceptional care to children 6 weeks to 5 years of age).  The larger facility also provided and opportunity to serve the community through the Family First of Granville County program (Community service program co-sponsored by the N.C. Dept. of Health and Human Services focused on decreasing the infant mortality rate and providing life-changing assistance to single and expectant mothers). As well as the Raven’s Nest Center (Food Bank operated in a 7500 sq. ft. warehouse facility that provides free groceries and related items to thousands in the local community).



Our Pastors

Our Pastors

Meet Our Pastors


Pastor Brenda Timberlake is the Senior Pastor of Christian Faith Center in Creedmoor, NC. Recognized worldwide for faithfully serving with her husband, the late Bishop Mack Timberlake, Pastor Brenda was officially installed as Senior Pastor of CFC in 2002.

She was instrumental in the completion and construction of CFC’s current facility, the Baby Ark Complex, a 72,000 square-feet facility built on nearly 100 acres in 1995. Along with Bishop Timberlake, she helped establish CFC Academy; theChristian Faith Child Development CenterRoyal Pavilions Housing Complex; Raven’s Nest Food Bank Warehouse and a host of other outreach programs.

Under Pastor Brenda's direction, CFC has continued with its numerous programs and outreaches. For nearly four decades, her nationally and internationally recognized ministry has focused on helping people employ the Word of God in their daily lives. 

Pastor Brenda is a celebrated author of several books and the recipient of numerous awards and honors, including an honorary Doctor of Divinity Degree.  She is a proud graduate of Fayetteville State University, where she currently serves on the Board of Directors.

Pastor Brenda is the mother to seven children, as well as the spiritual mother to thousands who depend on her wisdom and insight to help them in their spiritual development and growth. Along with her son, Co-Pastor Timothy Timberlake, she continues to minister with a passion and desire to share God’s love and compassion with practical teachings.


Pastor Timothy Timberlake is the co-pastor of Christian Faith Center in Creedmoor, North Carolina. He is a gifted communicator and teacher and has the ability to minister to people of all cultures and generations through his in-depth Bible teaching, sense of humor, and leading of the Holy Spirit. God has given him a vision and a heart for helping people meet Jesus, and each week he teaches the Word in a format for people to apply it in their daily lives. Tim is a graduate of the Pistis School of Ministry in Detroit, Michigan. He is an avid sports fan and a popular thought leader.