Join us on Sunday Morning!
Meets most Sundays during the school year from 9:00 to 9:45 am with classes for children, youth, and adults. Learn more.
CRC regularly offers two entry-level seminars that are specifically designed to welcome and orient new attendees into the life and service of the church.
Participate in our Core Ministries
If consider CRC your church home, we strongly encourage you to be an active participate in the life of the community through our core ministries. Our core ministries include Sunday morning worship, Community Groups, and the Sunday Service Schedule.
Community Groups are network of small groups at CRC. Each group is designed to be a mini-Christian community, providing an opportunity for prayer, fellowship, Bible study and service. If you would like to join a group, please contact the church office or ask a friend if you can attend theirs. Learn more.
In addition to Sunday morning worship and Community Group, we encourage everyone at CRC to participate in our prayer gatherings including monthly days of prayer (during the school year), special seasons of focused prayer, and Women's Prayer. See the calendar for more details.
Master Service Schedule
Check Out Our Complementary Ministries
In addition to our core ministries, there are a number of complementary ministries that provide opportunities for you to get to know others in the church community. For more information on these ministries, click on link to navigate to the ministry page.
Desiring to Become a Member?
At CRC we take church membership very seriously. For a person to be a follower of Christ, we feel it is necessary to be committed to a local church. If you have been a Christian for a long time but are new to CRC or if you have recently become a Christian, and so would like to become a member, join us for our Introduction to CRC Seminar, which is offered a couple of times a year, or talk to one of our pastoral staff.
Desiring To Lead And Serve Others?
God calls many to be not merely faithful members in His church but also to serve the church through leadership. If you have traveled the path outlined above but are still looking for something more, we’d love to talk to you about opportunities for developing leadership skills and serving. In the meantime, you can also check out our "How Can I Serve?" page.