What is unique about Christ Reformed Baptist Fellowship?
We are unique in biblical polity: we have an elder-led congregational ruled polity: /about-us/our-leadership
We are unique in intentional disciple-making; providing interesting and transforming courses throughout the year: /connect/life-courses
We are unique in that we stress biblical church membership; we love each other enough to encourage and hold each other accountable: /connect/becoming-a-member and /resources/membership-classes-and-booklet
We are unique in intentionally combining age groups in both times of fellowship and discipleship so that the older generations can model Christian discipleship to the younger generations.
We are unique in being intentionally relational; purposefully growing one another into the image of Christ: /connect/family-groups
We are unique in that we ground our children and youth in the Faith by teaching them a catechism: /connect/childrens-ministry
We are unique by being a Reformed Baptist church: /about-us/what-is-a-reformed-church
What time are your services?
Sundays: Life Courses 9:00 am, Worship 10:00 am, Children and Youth 5:00 pm
What do people wear on Sunday?
You will find all types of dress in our worship services, from suits to jeans.
What kind of music is in your worship service?
We are a diverse congregation, and therefore, our music is diverse. We sing contemporary songs, new and traditional hymns, and Psalms. Whatever the style, the standard for our music is that it accurately reflects biblical teaching and it exalts the glory and majesty of God.
Do you provide a nursery?
Yes. Our babies and toddlers are among our most precious treasures. We have a beautiful, clean, and safe nursery provided during all our meetings.
How can I be a part of a Family Group?
All the information on Family Groups can be found here: /connect/family-groups
How do I become a member of Christ Reformed Baptist Fellowship?
Can I talk with one of the Elders?
Of course. They would like to hear from you. You can find the contact information for our elders here: /about-us/our-leadership