About The Selfish Giant

Oscar Wilde’s classic children’s story about a Selfish Giant who wouldn’t share his beautiful garden becomes a joyous play that touches on themes of friendship and heart-changing faith. The Selfish Giant comes home from a long trip to find children playing in his garden. He kicks them out, threatening to bring them to justice for trespassing. But a harsh winter-in the form of comic characters Frost, Snow, Hail and North Wind-brings the realization to the giant that the children who used to trespass in his garden implanted friendship in this special place. The Giant’s heart melts in a life-changing moment, and spring, along with the children, returns to his garden. Audiences will celebrate the gentle message in this beautiful allegory of Jesus’s love for all his children.

Christian Fellowship Theater

Our Mission
- Empowering the next generation - 

The mission of Christian Fellowship Theater is to empower a generation of students by providing a safe place for them to grow in their gifts while enjoyig the experience of theater.


1. For our leaders and students to grow in their gifts and their relationship with Christ.

2. For unity and teamwork in each troupe and CFT as a whole.

3. For high-quality, family-friendly productions to be presented to our family, friends, and community.

At the heart of CFT are three priorities:

1. Our first priority is to be a Christian organization. We teach our students theatrical skills in a Christian atmosphere with the goal of glorifying the Lord through excellence. This means that we seek out leadres who are following Christ, leaders who seek to honor God in their daily walk, as well as leaders who seek to mentor young people and point them to Christ.

2. Our second priority is to give our students a place to belong, a place to be safe, vulnerable, and compassionate. We fellowship together through worship, prayer, devotion time, drama games, and through our productions. Our desire is to create an atmosphere where relationships can be fostered as we grow together in Christ.

3. Our final priority is theater, the means by which we accomplish our first two priorities. Stepping onto the stage to become a character stretches the faith of many of our students and witnessing this transformation blesses both the parents and the leaders of CFT. We strive for excellence, not perfection. We strive for personal growth for each student and an esstablishment of team unity.

Beloved, aspire to truly minister in all you do for the glory of God. 
And once you've consciously made that decision, minister with your whole heart!