Christ REformed Baptist Fellowship

Historic Faith.  Contemporary Life.

christmas is good news!

The Good News of Christmas is that God came for us so that our brokenness can be healed, our relationships can be restored, our past can be redeemed, our failures and rebellion forgiven, and we can become all that God created us to be.

Discover at/the-gospel God's invitation to you or contact us at and we would love to walk with you to find God's Good news for you.

Catechism classes

sundays at 5:00 pm

How well does your child understand their faith?

Would you like to better prepare them for living out their Faith in times like these?  

Join us as we offer classes for children of all ages as they systematically learn the New City Catechism through songs, games, and teaching. 

We use the New City Catechism. You can find out more about the catechism at

Christ. First.

Our church ethos

For by Him all things were created, both in the heavens and on earth, visible and invisible, whether thrones or dominions or rulers or authorities—all things have been created through Him and for Him.  He is before all things, and in Him all things hold together. He is also head of the body, the church; and He is the beginning, the firstborn from the dead, so that He Himself will come to have first place in everything.

Colossians 1:16-18

Join Us!

We are a new church in the Winston-Salem area. 


Now is a great time to join us and help us fulfill God's call to make disciples of the nations. 


Join us as we seek to put Christ first in all things. 


Join us as we strive to apply Scripture to our church and lives.  

Join us as we intentionally build genuine relationships with God and each other.  

Join us as we follow the Spirit and Scripture to build a special church.

Join the Reformation.

historic faith

Christ Reformed Baptist Fellowship is a part of a restorative movement to return to the same Scriptural doctrine and practices as our forefathers in the New Testament and the early Baptists coming out of the Protestant Reformation.  We practice the same polity (church government), preach the same Gospel, and hold to the same confession of faith (Second London Baptist Confession of 1689) as the first Baptists in Britain and America. Our polity and confession of faith are also the same as the Baptist churches who formed the Southern Baptist Convention in 1845.  

Our Faith is the Biblical and Historic Faith of Baptists which survived both persecution and prosperity, fueled the great Baptist missionary movement and the passion of missionaries such as William Carey and Lottie Moon, and began the Southern Baptist Convention.

For information about Reformed Baptists, see /about-us/what-is-a-reformed-baptist-church

contemporary life

Our Historic Faith finds it's expression in our Contemporary Lives.  At Christ Reformed Baptist Fellowship, you will find ministries that both glorify God and meet the particular needs of your family.  In a society growing increasingly distant and secular, here you will find a congregation of people rooted in genuine caring, Christian relationships, and committed to helping you give your family a lasting foundation in the Christian Faith.

For ways to connect your family with the CRBF family, see /connect

Our Vision and practice

We will seek, through the power of the Holy Spirit and His grace, 

to glorify God by fulfilling God's calling to make disciples of the nations

by building a fellowship that is rooted in Scriptural practice and doctrine, 

worshiping in spirit and truth,


living faith outside the walls of the church by sharing the Gospel

in word and deed, 

and focusing on a few essentials

so as to give members time to create and foster

genuine Christian community. 


Everything we do will be intentional.

Everything we do will be measured by the ultimate goal of glorifying God with the purpose of making disciples.

We affirm that we were created to worship, and therefore, we place a high priority upon the content and practice of corporate worship, following the Regulative Principle of Worship.

We understand that our doctrine will ultimately become our practice, therefore, we will make much of doctrine.

We understand we are the Church, and most of what the Church does happens outside of the church building.

We, therefore, will limit meetings in the building for the purpose of providing time and opportunities to glorify God through good works, ministries, and our callings.