Brookfield Christian Reformed Chirch
14135 W. Burleigh RdBrookfield, WI 53005[MAP]

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Lent is a season on the Christian calendar that is a time of preparation and repentance during which we anticipate the events of Good Friday and Easter. This Lenten season, let’s commit ourselves to re-coronating Christ as King of our lives through self-examination and penitence, prayer and fasting, practicing works of love, and through reading and reflecting on God's Holy Word.

Join us for Sunday morning worship on February 25, as we continue our sermon series on “The Truth of Jesus.” Jesus told Pilate that he came “to testify to the truth.” So we will be looking at some of the “Truly, truly, I say to you…” statements of Jesus in the New Testament. We will use the opportunity of Lent once again to memorize a Psalm together as a congregation.

Join us each week for Sunday morning worship at 9:30 a.m.!

Interested in membership?

You can discover more about what it means to be a member at Brookfield CRC at our next Discovery Classes held Sunday afternoons, March 18, 25 and April 22 from 1:30-4:30 p.m. All three classes are required for membership. Free childcare is provided. Please contact the church office if you plan to attend.

Covenant Plan forms due February 25

Brookfield CRC Covenant Plan Families: If you intend to use the Covenant Plan for the 2018-19 school year, please fill out the paperwork you received at the meeting and place it in the envelope on the church office door. Forms are due Sunday, February 25. If we haven’t received your paperwork by the deadline, we will assume that you won’t be using the plan and will instead work directly with the school. If you have any questions, please contact a Deacon.

Lenten Coffee Break recording

If you missed the February 14 Lenten Coffee Break, you can listen online to keynote speaker Sarah Nielsen >

Read the Bible in a year

The last couple of years we have challenged the congregation to a regular diet of Bible reading. This year we would like to recommend a new app: ReadScripture. It’s produced by The Bible Project folks—the creators of some of the Scripture videos we have shown during worship. The app is free and will guide you through the entire Bible in a year. If you do not have a smartphone, the reading program is also available online at

Adult Education hour

Join us at 11:00 a.m. every Sunday in North Hall B. Mark Chapman and Lee Sytsma are leading a series entitled How We Got To Now: A Look at the History of Christianity. We will examine different events, movements, and figures in the history of Christianity and how they impacted the church today. If you miss a week, catch up by listening to the audio recordings.

Second Hour Quick Hits: Have you ever wondered what it would be like to serve the church as an elder or deacon? When it’s time for the congregation to nominate officebearers, are you smitten with fear or quietly hopeful you’ll be asked to serve? Our next Quick Hits offering will be a practical look at what elders and deacons do. The class will run the four Sundays in February during our Adult Educations Hour.