I recently traveled for the first time since the pandemic began. My friends, the creative leaders I met are doing a new thing among us!
Read about the inaugural edition of the Diversity newsletter in this post by the Director of Diversity. Through this newsletter we hope that together we can become learners about the variety of cultures God has created and more involved in the diverse communities and diaspora in this world.
The CRCNA has nearly 200 congregations who worship in a language other than English. How can we best meet their needs and be in community together given the current limitation of our translations?
Join the CRC Office of Race Relations on January 17 as they co-sponsor a virtual Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Community Celebration!
En la rotonda del capitolio norteamericano se encuentra la famosa pintura del bautismo de Pocahontas. Sin embargo, la verdadera historia detrás del mito no es la que celebramos o el cuento de Disney. ¿Sabes cuál es la verdadera historia?
La Oficina de Relaciones Raciales tiene el privilegio de presentarle a Charles Muting'a, uno de los beneficiarios de las Becas para Estudiantes Multirraciales 2020/21.
At the Cross-Cultural Ministry Forum of the Christian Reformed Church in North America, 60 believers explored how to faithfully live, worship, and bring the gospel of Christ in diverse cultural settings.
During Hispanic Heritage Month, we are sharing stories about Hispanic leaders in this CRC! We'd love you to meet Pastor Edwin Olguin, a church planter with a passion to see the church truly become one body.