About Sussex CRC
Our Mission: Growing disciples who transform lives for Christ.
Our Values: Cultivating grace-filled authentic relationships so that together we can be more like Him.
Due to safety concerns and state restrictions surrounding COVID-19, Sussex CRC is only meeting online. All are welcome to join us for our Worship Livestream on Sundays at 9:30am on Facebook. You can also call in to listen over the phone. Check out our Worship At Home page for more information.
Below is what to expect when we were meeting in person:
What to Expect
Sussex CRC offers worship and teaching in a traditional setting for all ages. Our worship, which is typically an hour long, is followed by refreshments and fellowship. We sing a mix of classic hymns and contemporary songs with organ and piano accompanying and are lead by a Worship Team twice a month. Our Sunday service times are at 9:30am and 7:00pm.
Children are encouraged to worship with their families, promoting a multi-generational experience. Nursery is available during the morning services to provide a loving, caring environment for children up to 3 years old. Nursery requires a guardian to sign the child in. There is always an adult present in nursery, and an appropriate ratio of caregivers to children.
For Audio Assistance, Handicap Access or Large Print Hymnals, talk to a greeter or an usher upon arriving. Our services are live-streamed on our Facebook page. You can also listen to sermon audio on our Sermons page.
Frequently Asked Questions
Q. What is a typical service like?
Q. What should I wear to church?
A. The dress here is diverse. Some people wear business or business casual (like khakis and button downs) while others wear jeans. You should wear what you are comfortable wearing and think is appropriate for worship.
Q. Where do I enter church?
A. For a Sunday Service, you may enter through the large white doors facing the street.
Q. Is your church handicap accessible?
A. Yes. We have an elevator on the side of church facing the retirement complex. Inside, we have a walker and a wheelchair available for use. If you need assistance, feel free to ask an usher for help.
Q. What is a Christian Reformed Church?
A. We are a part of the Christian Reformed Church in America (CRCNA) denomination.