The christian reformed church

in North America

Christ Community Church, or CCC as most of us refer to it, is part of the Christian Reformed Church in 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

ReFrame Ministries

My Weakness. God's Strength. - Check out the new kids’ devotion at www.kidscorner.net. Is there something you’re so proud of that you love to tell people about it? In his letter to the Corinthians, Paul didn’t boast about some great thing he did, but about his weakness. Some translations of the Bible refer to Paul’s problem as “a thorn in [his] flesh.” Listen now at kidscorner.net and check out all the new content.

Follow: Jesus on the Shore - The disciples’ story of meeting Jesus on the shore helps us recognize that Jesus is in the ordinary and that he’s willing to fellowship with us right where we’re at. Join Groundwork as we study John 21 to learn how keeping our focus on the resurrected Jesus and his simple command for us to follow him cultivates our faith. Listen now at GroundworkOnline.com and subscribe to Groundwork's weekly emails for future episodes.

World Renew

Thank You from World Renew - Thank you for your compassion and generosity. Your gift to World Renew’s Free A Family® program is helping to equip women around the world with the training and tools needed to support their families on the journey towards flourishing. Thank you for supporting Moms of Hope as they support their families. To learn more about the Free A Family program, go to: worldrenew.ca/free-a-family

Faith Formation Ministries

Faith Practice Reflection Tip - Reflection and Discussion Starter—the Practice of Prayer: Read Psalm 130 and ponder or discuss the following questions. At what times in your life have you felt that you were in “the depths”? Were you able to pray during those times? Why or why not? The psalmist seems to experience despair and hope simultaneously. What role does hope play in our prayers—and in other parts of our faith formation? (For more on faith practices from Faith Formation Ministries, visit bit.ly/FaithPracticesProject)


The Walk in the Spirit of Reconciliation - Friday, May 27 - Sunday, May 29 - The Walk in the Spirit of Reconciliation event is an ecumenical event in partnership with a diverse group of churches in the lower mainland. The walk has been inviting people to walk on this weekend every year since the Truth and Reconciliation Commission released its final report in 2015. This is our seventh annual walk. Learn more here: https://bit.ly/3rUxvYk