The Lists for Team  are for  CCFS # 36 weekend.
Please view them when they are and make lots and lots of caritas for the
Team and Candidates of CCFS # 36! 


If you have any questions or comments, feel free to e-mail me by clicking --> Here
God Bless!

Rick Severtson
Webservant / Techie support

Footsteps            P.O. Box 33  Chautauqua,NY 14722
of Jamestown & Chautauqua County

             Urgent and new information in red Click on Links in Underlined Bold Blue

CCFS# 37: March 31-April 2, 2017
1st Mtg: February 26
Lock in: March 17-18
Candidate apps deadline: March 10th

Theme:Though the mountains be shaken
   and the hills be removed,
yet my unfailing love for you will not be shaken
   nor my covenant of peace be removed,”
   says the Lord, who has compassion on you. Isaiah 54:10
Sub Theme: Peace


Pictures from CCFD # 36 have been  posted to the
Footsteps Group page on Facebook. Click below


If you do not have a facebook account you will need to start one. If you are not a member of the Footsteps group you may click on Join to be added to the group.
Group is for Footstepers and Koinonians only. 

This will give a certain amount  of security due to the closed group status.

I do not plan on posting a picture page from CCFS 35 forward here on this website.
This is due to the severe limitiaions of the software of the hosting company.
It takes hours to post  pictures to this web page.

  If this is a problem for you email and let me know
and I will see what I can do about getting you access to the
pictures from your weekend.

Mail applications to:



Lists for CCFS #37 have
been not been posted to Lists page.

Come to Holy Hour & Closing, especially if you can't make it to the weekend! Every retreat weekend has Holy Hour at 7pm on Saturday at the Mission Meadows Chapel, and Closing is at 3pm on Sunday in the Chapel. Please come and show your support for the team and candidates!

Koinonia Holy hours for 2016
Saturday nights at 8:30 p.m.

At Hurlbut Church  Map link

Koinonia Closings 2016
Sunday afternoons 4:30 p.m.

At Bellinger Hall in Chautauqua Institution
(follow the signs when you enter)