What We Believe
 
Mission Statement
 
We are called to love God wholeheartedly and to love others by leading them to commitment and maturity in Jesus Christ. 
 
Our Five-Fold Calling
 
To Worship God - We are called to worship and proclaim the Creator God, who has revealed himself as Father, Son, and Holy Spirit. In our worship and preaching we proclaim the grace and truth of God.
 
To Fellowship Together - We are called to be active members in the family of God so that together we might be built up in our faith and the love of Christ. 
 
To Disciple Each Other - We are called to teach and encourage one another to grow in the faith so that we might be equipped to do works of service to the glory of God. 
 
To Minister to Others - We are called to live out our faith by serving our community at work, at school and in our neighborhoods.
 
To Share the Good News - We are called to share the gospel story of God's love for his world in Jesus Christ both locally and worldwide so that the world may be healed through his grace and truth. 

 

Our Beliefs
 
We are a Bible-believing and gospel-centered church based in the historically Protestant and theologically Reformed tradition. This year, 2013, we are celebrating 100 years of ministry in the Comstock community. 
 
We are a member of the Christian Reformed denomination, which is comprised of around 1,000 churches throughout the United States and Canada.
 
In our beliefs, we are united with the broader church throughout the world in our assent to the Apostles' Creed, the Nicene Creed, and the Athanasian Creed. We are united together as a denomination and with other Reformed believers throughout the world by three articles of faith: The Belgic Confession, The Heidelberg Catechism, and The Canons of Dort. A summary of our beliefs can be found by clicking here.
 
If you have any questions about what we believe or would like to learn more about the Bible's message of God's love and forgiveness through Jesus Christ, please call us at 342-2646 or email Pastor Ben