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Welcome to Christ Reformed Church of Alexandria

Morning Worship: Sundays at 10:00 AM   •   Evening Worship: Sundays at 6:00 PM

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At CRC, our primary goal is to be faithful to the Lord God who has called us into fellowship with Him by His Holy Spirit through His Son.

We can only achieve this goal of being faithful to God through the Gospel of Jesus Christ who calls us to “come as we are” yet to be transformed by His Word and Spirit.

The inevitable result of such a work of God, is a desire within us to faithfully obey the great commission given to us by Jesus to “make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father, and the Son and the Holy Spirit, teaching them to observe all that I commanded you.” (Matt. 28:19-20 ESV).

Our Storied
History

The first record of the establishment of the Reformed Faith in Alexandria dates from the year 1798…

Historic
Christianity

We affirm the doctrine contained within the historic Christian creeds connecting us with the history of God’s Church…

Our Primary
Message

The most concise way to explain the Gospel, or “Good News” of Jesus Christ can be found in two passages…

RECENT ARTICLES

God Comes Upon His Temple
As a child, I always loved newspapers. While I was a student in a Lutheran elementary school, I decided to try to begin a school newspaper. However, upon bringing this idea before my principal she recommended that I produce a proposal. Whether it was my primary school aged hubris or pure inability to imagine a … More God Comes Upon His Temple
Why Pastors
What is the job of a pastor? I’ve often heard the joke go around that it must be great to be a pastor because you only have to work one hour a week. Now there are shameful pastors who are in fact lazy, and will be held accountable to the Lord for everything they have … More Why Pastors
Thou Shalt Not Kill?
What is a Christian response to armed violence? Now that is a charged question for you! As the nation continues to divide itself over various moral issues, inevitably the question comes forward: How should a Christian respond? Normally these sort of ethical discussions are reserved for coffeeshops and pubs, Sunday school classrooms, and even pulpits … More Thou Shalt Not Kill?

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OUR MISSION

A Confessionally Reformed Congregation,
meeting with God in liturgical worship,
proclaiming all of the Bible for all of life.

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