God calls us to live the Christian life not alone but in community. Seeking to encourage each other in the faith, each person is placed into one of 12 intergenerational geographically-defined “Communities”. This is the main way in which we carry out our ministry. For further information please see Communities.
Coffee Break is an interdenominational Bible study for women of all ages and all stages of faith. It meets each Wednesday morning (September - May) from 9:30 to 11 a.m. at the church. Infant and toddler nurseries and preschool ("Little Lambs" and "Story Hour") programs provided. For more information please email us.
Deepening Faith Clusters
For those who are new to CCRC, who are thinking about making profession of faith, wish to join our congregation, or just want a space in which to explore their faith, we have a small group for you! Each Deepening Faith Cluster is made up of 4-6 people, led by a pastor, and meets 5-6 times at a time and place that works best for the group. We focus our discussions by asking four central questions: What does it mean to be Christian? What does it mean to be Reformed? What does it mean to be Christian Reformed? What does it mean to belong to Community CRC? Wanna join a cluster? Contact Pastor Amanda.
Life After Fifty-Five (L.A.F.F.)
L.A.F.F. is a program for people fifty-five and over, which meets every other week on Tuesday mornings from October to May. Bible study, fellowship, guest speakers, and a light lunch make up most of the meetings.