Join us for Sunday worship: 9:30AM, 5:00PM.
Join us for Sunday morning worship as we conitnue a series of messages called: Getting to Know the Holy Spirit! (see Pastor’s Notes). If you missed previous messages, you can catch up on our Listen page. In our Sunday evening services, we will dig more deeply into the text from the morning service.
There will be no evening service on Sunday, July 5.
On Sunday, July 12, we welcome Brookfield CRC member and ordained minister Rick Britton as our guest preacher. On Sunday, July 19, Dr. Cornelius Plantinga, Jr., president emeritus of Calvin Theological Seminary, will fill our pulpit.
Regular Sunday worship services are at 9:30 a.m. and 5:00 p.m.
Annual leadership forum
Home Missions of our denomination’s Classis Wisconsin is holding an Annual Leadership Forum on Sunday, August 30, from 1:45-5:30 p.m. at Brookfield CRC. There will be four different sessions on current issues facing ministry today. This Forum is open to all, and is excellent training for anyone involved in or interested in ministry. Whether you are a pastor, elder, deacon, small group leader, youth leader, teacher or someone new to ministry who wants to learn more, you will be blessed and encouraged! The Forum will include a light meal and will be followed by a Classis Wisconsin worship service at 5:30 p.m. The cost is $20 per participant and pre-registration is encouraged for planning purposes. Pick up a brochure at our Welcome Center for more details.
Dig Deep project
Brookfield CRC, as part of a “Generous Church” effort, set out to raise funds to provide clean water for communities in Mozambique. Watch the video to see God’s answer! If you’d like to contribute toward the cost of shipping a well-drilling rig to Africa, please contact the church office.
We rejoice over the news that the rig is on its way to Africa! The drill was loaded on the back of a semi on Tuesday, June 16, and is headed to port in Baltimore. Thanks to all of those who have been praying and giving to see this happen. And thanks be to God who is the chief architect behind it all!
Missionary blogs, sites
Kyle & Ann Abts serve in Jos, Nigeria with Sports Friends in West Africa: ABTStract.blogspot.com
Chris & Katie Ganski are church planters, establishing our sister church, City Reformed Church, in downtown Milwaukee: www.cityreformedchurch.org
Howard & Jannie Johnson are serving the Secwepemc First Nations Communities in British Columbia, Canada: jannie-apilgrimsjourney.blogspot.ca.
David & Mary Lynne Katsma are church planters in Horicon, WI: www.marshviewministries.org.
Ben and Sheree Katt are church planters in Seattle, WA: www.awakechurch.org.
Verlyn & Carol Schaap are church planters in Sergeant Bluff, IA: www.friendshipchurch.net.