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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

Thus Saith Pharaoh?

The Bible is full of all sorts of heroes. Often the apex of Old Testament figures is the prophet Moses. Certainly Moses was the greatest prophet of Old until the coming of Christ. Accompanied by his brother Aaron, and with the initial support of the elders of Israel, these two men came forward unto Pharaoh … More Thus Saith Pharaoh?

John Owen, Reformational Catholic

The history of the Christian Church can get rather complicated as you look across the ocean of traditions and faces. There are today so many sorts of camps and tribes even under the banner of Protestant and Reformed. But one figure stands out amongst his brethren as a helpful voice in service to Christ and … More John Owen, Reformational Catholic

What Rules You?

Jesus wants us to know one simple truth from Matthew 6:19-14: we need to re-orient our priorities. Jesus speaks of our treasure, our eye and our master in this passage. But these three seemingly unrelated illustrations all point towards the single reality that our greatest aim and desire in life must be to treasure, behold … More What Rules You?

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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.