Ladies' Book Club Event at the Huntington Library: February 24, 2018


Ladies, as a lead in to this year's Book Club meetings, please join us at the Huntington Library on Saturday, February 24 to see the exhibit "The Reformation: From the Word to the World". We will meet at the main gate at 11:00 a.m. to see the exhibit, enjoy some refreshments and then view the rest of the Library and grounds as time permits. Details about the exhibit and tickets to the Library may be found on the Huntington website at: Please send your RSVP to by Wednesday, February 21.


Lord's Day Worship: February 25, 2018

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Sunday Morning:  Join us as we ordain and install new elders and deacons.  Our text this Lord's Day will be 1 Timothy 3:1-13.  Our worship service begins at 10:30 a.m.

Sunday Afternoon:  We are studying the Belgic Confession (Article 2) and the two ways God reveals himself.  Our catechism service begins at 1:15 p.m.


An Evening with Michael Horton presented by White Horse Inn: March 9, 2018

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Join us on Friday, March 9 at 7:00 p.m. for an evening with Michael Horton.  Tickets are FREE but you do need to register.

We live in a time when religious affiliation is on the wane, and autonomy is on the rise. People increasingly believe that they are not accountable to anyone. They begin to see themselves as the measure of all things. In such a world, there are no ultimate standards of truth, goodness or beauty, but only subjective preferences which is why many have come to believe in our day “we are what we feel.” 

Join us as Mike Horton challenges us to ask ourselves whether we too have bought into many of the beliefs and assumptions of our contemporary culture, with its stress on consumer preference and individual autonomy. This message of hope reorients our hearts and encourages us to raise our eyes to heaven. 

Congregational Meeting: February 18, 2018

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The annual congregational meeting will be held on Sunday, February 18 at 9:00 a.m., to elect officers, approve the 2018 budget, and discuss the state of the church. The consistory asks that all members of Christ Reformed church make plans to attend this meeting.

The following four men, Eric Akiyoshi, Lane Chaplin, Henry Hernandez and Kim Pridmore have been nominated as candidates to fill the (3) three-year terms for the office of elder, to replace Mark Russell, Ed Silva and David Szucs. We have also nominated the following four men as candidates: John Bejarano, David Gill, Dennis Nichols and Jeff Phillips to fill the (3) three-year terms for the office of deacon, to replace Thayne DeVorss, Jeff Gray and John Woodward who are rotating off council.  At our congregational meeting on February 18, Lord willing, we will elect three new elders and three new deacons to be ordained to their offices and thereby serve Christ's church in this capacity.

Adult Sunday School: January 14-March 4, 2018

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A new 8 week Adult Sunday School series on Covenant Theology begins January 14, 2018 at 9 a.m. in the Fellowship Hall.  Mr. Yi Wang, a senior Westminster Seminary California student will be teaching this class. Covenant theology is a unique theological heritage from the Reformed churches since the day of Reformation. It is not only a significant Biblical concept, but an important interpretative framework to understand the flow of redemptive history. This series on Covenant theology surveys through the three overarching covenants, namely, Covenant of Redemption, Covenant of Works and Covenant of Grace, and the major biblical covenants such as Noahic Covenant, Abrahamic Covenant, Mosaic Covenant, Davidic Covenant, and finally the New Covenant. This study will help you better understand the Bible as a whole, but more importantly, it will help you appreciate more the Gospel of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. 

Service of Lessons and Carols: December 22, 2017


We invite you, your family and friends to join us for our Service of Lessons and Carols.

Please join us on Friday, December 22nd at 7:30 p.m. as we celebrate the birth of Jesus Christ. This traditional service includes nine readings from sacred scripture recounting the fall of humanity, the promise of a Messiah, and the birth of Christ. Readings are interwoven with carols sung by the choir and congregation.