Join us for Sunday worship: 9:30AM, 5:00PM.
Join us on Sunday morning, October 4 for the second message in our two-week look at the topic of wisdom. If you missed the first message, you can listen online.
There will be no evening service on Sunday, October 4.
Regular Sunday worship times are 9:30 a.m. and 5:00 p. m.
Life Groups (small groups) are a great place for your spiritual growth and for finding genuine community with others in the church. Life Groups are places we gather to study God’s Word, pray, serve and fellowship together. Sign up at the Welcome Center if you are interested in joining a Life Group, or contact Paula Coldagelli for more information.
Interested in membership?
You can discover more about what it means to be a member at Brookfield CRC at our next “Discovery Class” held on Sundays, October 25, November 1, and December 6 from 1:30-4:30 p.m. All three classes are required for membership. Childcare is provided. If you plan to attend, please contact the church office: email@example.com.
Youth ministry information, forms
The 2015-2016 calendar and release form for Boys’ Club, GEMS, What’s Up? and On-the-Edge high school youth groups are available on the Schedules & Lists page.
Sunday morning adult education (1)
For the Life of the World (FLOW) is a DVD series that explores the deeper meaning of salvation, helping us learn how to be Christians in the world but not of the world. Mark Chapman will facilitate this class in North Hall B during the Adult Education Hour, 10:50 to 11:45 a.m. on Sunday, October 4.
Sunday morning adult education (2)
Family Discipleship: What are the practices we use in our families to help our children learn and own the Christian faith? On October 4, Brookfield CRC will embark on a new path to inspire discipleship! “Second Hour Quick Hits” is a small gathering of people exploring practical topics of faith together. Groups will be no larger than 10 people and will meet at church during our education hour—10:50 to 11:45 a.m. Most groups will be led by people just like you and run from 2-4 weeks. The first group will begin on October 4. Sign up at the Welcome Center or contact Paula Coldagelli.
When it comes to forming lasting faith in our kids, teens, and young adults, Brookfield CRC and Brookfield Christian School recognize that our youth programs, classes, and chapels are only part of the equation. Without faith formation also happening in the home, our work won’t have as much of an effect as we’d like. To that end, BCRC and BCS will host two parent workshops this year (one in the fall, and one in the spring) in order to inform and equip parents for this important work. The first workshop will be led by Brandon Haan, Associate Pastor at Brookfield CRC, on Tuesday, October 13, at 6:30 p.m .at Brookfield Christian School. Brandon will present on 1) Current trends among youth and young adults when it comes to their views of religion, and 2) Ideas for successful discipleship and faith formation with our kids.
Dig Deep project
Brookfield CRC, as part of a “Generous Church” effort, set out to raise funds to provide clean water for communities in Mozambique. Watch the video to see God’s answer! If you’d like to contribute toward the cost of shipping a well-drilling rig to Africa, please contact the church office.
Missionary blogs, sites
Kyle & Ann Abts serve in Jos, Nigeria with Sports Friends in West Africa: ABTStract.blogspot.com
Chris & Katie Ganski are church planters, establishing our sister church, City Reformed Church, in downtown Milwaukee: www.cityreformedchurch.org
Howard & Jannie Johnson are serving the Secwepemc First Nations Communities in British Columbia, Canada: jannie-apilgrimsjourney.blogspot.ca.
David & Mary Lynne Katsma are church planters in Horicon, WI: www.marshviewministries.org.
Ben and Sheree Katt are church planters in Seattle, WA: www.awakechurch.org.
Verlyn & Carol Schaap are church planters in Sergeant Bluff, IA: www.friendshipchurch.net.