Importance of Fellowship
Christ has called us to be a light in a dark place by demonstrating with our lives that He is the Light of the world. God in Christ is the only source and sustainer of true hope. When everything is changing around us, God is the One who changes not.
Becoming a Member
Membership in Covenant Reformed Church is open to all who confess Christ as Savior and seek, by God’s grace, to live in obedience to His infallible Word. We encourage you to prayerfully consider making Covenant Reformed Church your church home.
Membership instructions are provided for those who are interested in membership.
Choosing a Church
By Stephen Pribble
So you’re looking for a church! Finding a good home church is an exceedingly important endeavor. God’s Word requires that His people be in good and regular fellowship in the church of Jesus Christ. But among the many churches around, what is the best way to go about finding the right one? Here are some suggestions.
We believe …
“We believe, since this holy congregation is an assembly of those who are saved, and that out of it there is no salvation, that no person of whatsoever state or condition he may be, ought to withdraw himself, to live in a separate state from it; but that all [Christian] men are in duty bound to join and unite themselves with it; maintaining the unity of the church; submitting themselves to the doctrine and discipline thereof; bowing their necks under the yoke of Jesus Christ; and as mutual members of the same body, serving to the edification of the brethren, according to the talents God has given them. And that this may be the more effectually observed, it is the duty of all believers, according to the word of God, to separate themselves from all those who do not belong to the Church, and to join themselves to this congregation, wheresoever God has established ti, even though the magistrates and edicts of princes were against it, yea, though they should suffer death or any other corporal punishment. Therefore all those, who separate themselves from the same, or do not join themselves to it, act contrary to the ordinance of God.” ( Belgic Confession, Art.28)