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our denomination

Christ Community Church, or CCC as most of us refer to it, is part of the Christian Reformed Church of North America. Though our local church is made up of people from a variety of faith backgrounds, we are glad to be connected with over 1000 other CRCs in Canada and the United States. And it's all because "For God so loved the world..." 


denominational announcements

from reframe ministries

FAMILY FIRE - is an online community exploring Spirit-led family, marriage, parenting, in-laws, blended families, and intimacy. Find encouraging articles and devotions at Subscribe for regular email updates and connect with our Family Fire community on Facebook.

GOD LIKES YOU - Check out this week’s kids’ devotion at God wants to be with you. He loves to watch you run and play. He laughs at the jokes you tell. He celebrates your accomplishments. Listen now at and subscribe to KC’s weekly emails for all the new content.

GROUNDWORK: YOU SHALL NOT MURDER - The sixth commandment “You shall not murder” seems quite straight forward. Yet as we read the whole Bible we discover it demands more of us than simply not killing another person. Join our Groundwork conversation as we study Exodus 20:13, Genesis 4:2-12, and more to gain a deeper understanding of the sixth commandment. Listen now at and subscribe to Groundwork's weekly emails for future episodes.

from safe church ministry

Church Called Tov Book Club - Safe Church Ministry is hosting a virtual book study open to all interested in learning more about creating a TOV (good) culture in our churches! We will be reading A Church Called TOV: Forming a Goodness Culture that Resists Abuses of Power and Promotes Healing by Laura Barringer and Scot Mcknight. Join us Monday evenings at 7:30 pm Eastern/4:30 pm Pacific for five weeks, starting September 27th and running through October 25th. To register:

Safe Church Abuse Awareness Sunday: September 26 - In two weeks, the Safe Church ministry of the CRC invites congregations to imagine a more holistic approach to nurturing a safe and healthy church community where abuse itself becomes unthinkable and where survivors feel supported and safe. In preparation, learn more about Safe Church now at their website:

from faith formation ministries

Faith Practice Reflection Tip - Reflection and Discussion Starter—the Practice of Sabbath: Read Mark 2:23-28 and ponder or discuss the following questions: What would a sabbath that is “made for you” look like? What would be life-giving? What would be restful? What would point you to God? For more on faith practices from Faith Formation Ministries, visit