Share Your Story About ‘Churches Telling Our Story’


“My father was a Jewish immigrant from Germany. My mother was raised Episcopalian; then her parents became Christian Scientist. As a child I went to a Lutheran church with neighbors and to a Catholic high school.” 

In Our Journey 2020: the Ministry Plan of the Christian Reformed Church, Stephanie Williams, M.D., chief of the blood and marrow transplant program at Spectrum Health in Chicago, Illinois, talks about what it means to her to be part of the Christian Reformed Church.

Click here to read the rest of her story, or to watch a short video about what it means to be Christian Reformed.

What about you? Do you have a story about what it means to you to be Christian Reformed?

If so, please share your story in the comments below.

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