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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..." 


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Advent Devotional Series From Today - It's been a rough year. Let Advent help you see God’s story in Christmas. This special devotional series takes you deeper into the true meaning of Christmas, the coming Savior. Subscribe at It's free!

Dive into Kids Corner’s new website - Kids Corner has a brand new look! And we’ve got loads of new faith-building resources to help your child discover their part in God’s big story. Begin each week with a KC devotion for kids, with Bible readings, reflections, and prayer. And you’ll meet fun new characters in the Casey’s Day comic strip. You’ll also receive a weekly encouragement just for parents. Be sure to watch the encouraging Kids in Action videos, and of course, join the fun with Liz and Friends. Don’t miss any of it! Subscribe to Kids Corner at

KIDS SHOWING GRATITUDE - Check out our new kids’ devotion on showing gratitude at When’s the last time you told a check-out clerk, “Thank you for all you do,” or you told your restaurant server, “Thank you very much,” or the last time that you thanked your parents? Listen now at and subscribe to KC’s weekly emails for all the new content.

from Safe church ministry

Safe Church December Webinar: Raising our Voices - This webinar will feature two courageous people who will raise their voices to share with us from their own experience of abuse, what it was like for them and how the church responded in ways that were helpful, and perhaps sometimes in ways that were unhelpful. What can we learn for the future? Learn more:

from Other

Climate Witness Project resource video - There is a lot in the media lately about climate change. Want to learn more about the CRCNA's response to it? The Alberta regional coordinator for the Climate Witness Project has put together a video to promote actions that churches can take to promote creation care or be more informed on climate change issues. Find it at

THE CROSS AND THE LYNCHING TREE: JUSTICE BOOK CLUB - Join CRC campus ministers Rick Mast (University of Alberta) and Mike Wagenman (Western University) for a discussion of James Cone’s masterpiece The Cross and the Lynching Tree. As one commentator says, these are the “two symbols that dominated not only the spiritual world but also the daily life of African Americans in the 20th century.” We will meet over Zoom on Friday, December 11 at 4pm ET (1pm PT). Register at Questions can be sent to Mike at or Rick at