The following liturgies are intended to guide worshipers who are sheltering at home through the patterns of worship.
Ruth Ann Shuringa shares a service and encourage for using Facebook Live to connect with your congregation.
Pastors who are isolated tend to struggle. This is never more true than during a crisis. It's time to reach out.
Disability Concerns believes that everyone should have the opportunity to participate, contribute and belong to our community. This is an overview of our theological perspective as a ministry.
Check out this five-part audio sermon series on "Reaching People of the Margins."
If you're exploring ministry through online small groups, whether intergenerational or adult-focused, check out these resources.
Last week I was a senior citizen with Parkinson’s Disease, but active. My calendar shows that I was busy, busy! This week I am a high risk, self-quarantined senior citizen.
A number of churches have reached out to the denominational office about staffing issues in light of COVID-19. Following is a list of questions that the CRCNA is using in our staff conversations.
I wonder if this is God's opportunity to develop a spiritual discipline I have commonly left neglected: the discipline of solitude.
Some thoughts on keeping your leadership sanity in a coronavirus environment.
First CRC of Thunder Bay, a devoted multigenerational congregation, is seeking a full time Pastor.
Loop Church, a small but vibrant Christian Reformed Church community in downtown Chicago is conducting a search process to fill a lead pastor position.
Let us not take cues from the culture that seeks scapegoats, but lean into the very good gospel we know, love, and obey.
Are you seeing the need for conversations to reduce the concerns of the children around us? Kids Corner has some resources that can help.
Look inside for updates from Classis Renewal, Resonate Global Mission, and Back to God Ministries International, as well as tools for your congregation's mission committee.
Chaplaincy and Care Ministry has recently endorsed three new chaplains: Anthony Matias, James Kim, and Marcia Fairrow. Join us in welcoming them!
Here are some resources to help you stay connected with your Coffee Break group during this crisis.
A Lord's Supper liturgy for use during COVID-19 with approval from elders/church leadership.
The following insights are gleaned from scripture, church history, Reformed theology, and church order, as well as conversations and Facebook posts.