We’re not a traditional church.
God’s love in action
Crazy Faith Ministries is a non-profit committed to improving the lives of “the least of these” through teaching the concept of the power of “crazy faith” in surmounting the issues faced by people in this society. CFM believes in taking “the good news” to people who have been marginalized, empowering them to live their fullest lives.
[Photo credit: Columbus Dispatch]
We provide what we can in the way of resources, food, clothing, and support.
We spend time with homeless women and men who have served our country.
We dispense hygiene supplies primarily to poor and homeless women in the community.
We partner with community agencies and churches to assist them in caring for others.
Our Founder & History.
Reverend Susan K. Smith
People fed yearly.
People served yearly.
People given resources yearly.
Hours of service annually.
Fellowship with Homeless Vets
Join us when we visit with homeless veterans – men and women – and provide support with resources, food, and supplies. Most importantly, we spend time with them to let them know they are valued.
Be an extra hand
There are times when we assist other community agencies and churches in doing service. We can always use one more set of hands.
Advocate with us
Sometimes we just need to show up and be a voice. It would be a privilege to have you join us on those occasions.
Ways to give.
- Operating costs
- Support operating costs
- Support the purchase of supplies to give
- Helps to sustain our ministry
- Hygiene products for women and girls of all ages and sizes
- Inclement weather supplies and clothing for men, women, children
- Coffee and non-perishable food
“I joined Crazy Faith Ministries because I wanted to belong to a group of folks who both were interested in the worship … but also were very much attending to the community in a way that was governed by faith and put faith to action around issues I’m passionate about and issues that help the broken…”
Read about CFM.
The money donated to Crazy Faith Ministries doesn’t go to keeping the heat on in a building or paying a mortgage. It goes straight to what the Rev. Susan Smith says are “God’s people.” (Read more here.)