Brookfield Christian Reformed Church

About Brookfield CRC

Brookfield Christian Reformed Church invites you to come and worship with us. If you are seeking a church home, we invite you to join our fellowship.

OUR NAME

We call ourselves “Brookfield” because we are called by God to serve him in the church and in our community.

We call ourselves “Christian” because we belong to our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ, and we seek to serve and obey him in all of life as he directs us through the Bible and the Holy Spirit.

We call ourselves “Reformed” because we continually reexamine our teaching and lifestyle in terms of the Bible, as the 16th century Protestant reformers did. The Bible alone is our divinely inspired, authoritative standard for faith and life. Read more about the Christian Reformed denomination.

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The Christian Reformed Church: Where did we come from?

Our Beginnings:
PDF: The History of Brookfield Christian Reformed Church, 1939-2014
audio: Elaine Duimstra, Milt & Carol Kuyers, Scott Konings with Peter Verhulst (2014) >
audio: Scott Konings with Peter Verhulst (2012) >

OUR OBSERVANCE OF THE SACRAMENTS

We recognize and administer the two sacraments instituted by our Lord: Baptism and the Lord’s Supper (Communion). We celebrate the Lord’s Supper at least 12 times a year, normally on the third Sunday of each month, and on Good Friday.

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