Our Mission: “To equip the Body of Christ to fulfill the Great Commandment and the Great Commission one disciple at a time.”
Our Purpose: A clearly demonstrated Great Commission purpose – Making disciples who make disciples. Matthew 28:18-20
Our Passion: A clearly demonstrated Great Commandment passion – Loving God and loving people. Matthew 22:34-40
Our Product: A clearly defined end product: a disciple following Jesus who is reaching and caring for his/her peers-reflecting the character and priorities of Jesus Christ. 2 Timothy 2:2
Our Process: A clearly defined process: turning self-serving people into fully devoted followers of Jesus Christ. 1 John 2:6
- We are committed to practicing prayerful dependence on God and building a base of intercession. Mark 1:35-39
- We are committed to practicing obedience to the Father by following the example of Jesus. John 14:21
- We are committed to the proclamation and teaching of God’s Word that is clear, theologically sound, and communicated in relevant and practical way. 2 Timothy 3:15-17
- We are committed to meeting the worship needs of our church which is characterized by a spirit of joy expressed in worship and regularly celebrate the Lord’s Supper. John 6:28-40
- We are committed to develop loving relationships within the Body of Christ expressed through the Great Commandment: Love.
- We are committed to the presence and power of the Holy Spirit that enables us tolive authentic, transformed lives. The prayer lives of our congregations reflect a deep dependence upon God. (Acts 1:8) Experiencing God and following him are traits of our ministries.
Our Name: We call ourselves the Community Christian Reformed Church (CCRC). What does that mean?
- We call ourselves Community because we strive to share Christ’s love with our neighbors and community in both word and deed.
- We call ourselves Christian because we are followers of Jesus Christ. We believe that Jesus was the Son of God and that He is the center of human history.
- We’re called Reformed because we grow on a branch of the church tree that emerged from the Protestant Reformation in sixteenth-century Europe.
- We’re a Church because we believe God has called us together to be a people who belong to Him and live for Him.