Windsor Christian Fellowship is a living testimony of the power of prayer. A small Bible study group in the early 1970s began to pray that God would help them establish a church that would preach the entire Word of God. They wanted a place where the unsaved, hurt and afflicted could receive ministry and healing. They also believed that this new church needed to effectively impact every generation with exciting teaching and worship. Engaging Children's and Youth programs with age appropriate curriculum was a major focus of WCF.
In late 1981, after much planning, the group decided on the name Windsor Christian Fellowship and began to lay the foundation for incorporation. In 1982, Pastor Richard Ciaramitaro, a recent graduate of Rhema Bible Training Center, was invited to preach at Nobles Baptist Church, the basement meeting place of the fledgling group of 28 members. Within a few days, Pastor Rick accepted the invitation to be pastor of WCF. As the congregation grew, the church moved to Optimist Community Centre and, then Teutonia Club until 1989 when it moved to its new building just off Walker Road.
WCF has always played an active role in meeting the needs of the community through benevolent outreach. Windsor Lifeline Outreach, a Community Development Corporation that provides food and clothing to families, was established in 2002 on the church property. Another CDC, Windsor Life Centre was founded and completed in 2012. This residential home provides a shelter and support for women seeking freedom from addictions.