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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 disability concerns

Disability Concerns Winter Book Club is starting soon! - Join us Tuesday evenings from February 2 through March 9 at 7pm EST for the Disability Concerns winter book club, where we'll explore John Swinton's new book: Finding Jesus in the Storm. To find out more information on the club and to sign up, check out the network article: Disability Concerns Winter 2021 Book Club (

from faith formation ministries

At-home Faith Formation Tip - The Practice of Engaging Scripture: Phil Reinders writes, “Through the Holy Spirit, the Word shakes off ink, paper, and pixels, stepping out of the page or screen and into our daily lives. That comes through patient attentiveness, a listening that is slow and savours.” Invite the Spirit to bring God’s Word alive to you in ever deeper ways. (For more on faith practices from Faith Formation Ministries, visit

from other

EduDeo Ministries: We’re Hiring! - Are you passionate about administration, details, and a job well done? EduDeo Ministries is seeking an Operations Director to oversee the organization’s operational work, making sure the whole team effectively plans and executes its ministry activities for maximum impact. Visit for more information. Applications due February 8, 2021.

Pulling Back the Curtain: Missionary Skills for Everyone - For centuries, Christians have sent missionaries far away to cross cultures with the gospel. What might it mean to learn from those experiences and become missionaries in and to our own culture? Join the BC Leadership Development Network and Tapestry Lead Pastor, Albert Chu for a ministry skill session on the how of being missional. Suggested pre-reading: Tradecraft for the Church on Mission by Caleb Crider. Join us online Saturday, February 20, from 1:00-3:00 pm. This event is open to everyone. To register, please contact BC LDN administrator Anne Duifhuis at

Reading While Black and Reformed - Please join us as Redeemer University celebrates its 2020 Emerging Public Intellectual, New York Times contributing opinion writer and Wheaton College professor Rev. Dr. Esau McCaulley, in conversation with Dr. Vince Bacote (Wheaton College), hosted by Redeemer's own Dr. Jessica Joustra, on Wednesday, January 27, 2021. This live event begins at 7pm, and can be watched at