Jason Schifo

senior pastor cefcm

Pastor Jason is first and foremost a follower of Jesus Christ, husband to Tasha, and the father of Jakob, Mollie, Abigail and Samuel, and then the Pastor of Community Evangelical Free Church of Mahomet.

Pastor Jason did not grow up in a Christian home, but in his mid 30's his life, and the life of his family was radically changed by Jesus. By his own testimony, Pastor Jason believes that there isn't anyone who is too far from coming into God's Kingdom.

Pastor Jason enjoys cycling long miles, reading, writing, watching movies, laughing, t-shirts and spending time with friends and family. Pastor Jason believes that it is a gift that he gets to follow Jesus with others. 

Pastor Jason's hope for the Church is that we would be ever-growing to know and love Jesus together each day, and that our love would overflow out into the world beautiful and life-changing ways. 

You can hear Pastor Jason on WGNN/WGNJ, co-hosting

the Friday edition of Mark and Friends, airing at 7:32 a.m. and 7:32 p.m


Pastor Jason also co-leads trips to Israel with Blue and White Tours.

Jan Piasecki

Church Administration

Jan joined the staff at Community Evangelical Free Church of Mahomet as secretary in March of 2014 after retiring from teaching at Judah Christian School. You will find her in the office on Mondays and Thursdays from 12-5:00pm, and Fridays from 11:00am-4:00pm. 

Jan and her husband, Mike have two adult sons, Chris (Lyuda) and Ben (Liz), and 3 granddaughters. They have been members of CEFCM since 2012.

The elders of the church

 (left to right) Elders Bruce Henrikson, Robert Shafer and Michael Piasecki

An Elder is called to meet the qualifications in 1 Timothy 3:1-7 and Titus 1:6-9, is recognized by his congregation as an elder, and leads the congregation by teaching the Word (1 Timothy 3:2), praying for the sheep (James 5:14), and overseeing the affairs of the church (1 Peter. 5:2).

An Elder must watch over the flock, instructing them, strengthening them, guarding them, gently and lovingly correcting the unwise ones, and bear with the difficult ones (2 Timothy 2:24-25; Acts 20:28; 1 Thessalonians 5:14). 

An elder watches over the members of his church as one who will give an account to God (Hebrews 13:17)

We believe that Jesus Christ is the Chief Shepherd, and cares for the church

through those called together to teach, guard, guide, protect, and love them.