News 2016-10-18T16:03:07+00:00

Updates from Churches and Ministries

Fanning The Flame Prayer Summit

An interdenominational event designed for church members, pastors, students and leaders Friday & Saturday November 4-5, 2016  Register online at: by email: [email protected] or by phone: 973-342-7272 Cost: $10 per person $5 students (high school/college) Lunch will be provided on Saturday Hosted by: Regional Partners of the Christian Reformed Church & Reformed Church in America

September Update from New Hope

Dear Friends and Family, Thank you for your ongoing interest in and support of New Hope Church. I do apologize for taking so long to write since my last update! Here are a few things that have been happening these past few months here in Bangor: Sermon Series’: I’ve enjoyed the opportunity to do several sermon series’ recently. Over Lent, we took six weeks to focus on the Parable of the Prodigal Son (or more accurately, the Story of the Loving Father). I found it convicting and helpful, especially in reading through Tim Keller’s Prodigal God (one of the best [...]

What’s Happening at Richfield Springs CRC

WHAT’S  HAPPENING        PLEASE TAKE THIS HOME        COMPILED BY CARI  P.     Anytime, you want to add to this list or any questions: [email protected] or 315 858-0899 WORSHIP SERVICES:     Every Sunday start at 10:00.     2nd Offerings   &   Church News     JULY 24   Our 2nd Offering will be going to Richfield Springs Food Bank.  You have always been there when someone needed your help.  Please remember to help some families, once again and remember to pray for them.  Jerry Zavitz will be delivering the sermon.    JULY 31 Our 2nd Offering will be given to CRC Chaplains Fund.  They show God’s love to people as [...]

What’s next for Goshen CRC

An update from GoshenCRC.org Last summer we began some important conversations that will sharpen and improve how Goshen does ministry. It was around the time we installed new deacons and elders. Guys were just starting up their new terms all asking the same questions – “what are we supposed to be doing” – or “we’ve spend my last few terms putting out fires, dealing with damaging conflict, now we seem healthy… what should we be doing?” We’re already doing a lot as a church, but we lacked functional structure and vision. To add to the momentum, we discovered the dusty [...]