We will be beginning the season of Lent on Wednesday 14 February, known around the Christian world as Ash Wednesday. As is our tradition we will have a simple meal of soup and bread at 6:00 pm… followed by a time of reflection in the sanctuary at 7:00 pm and worship at 7:30 pm. Please […]
The Community Church of Rolling Meadows will once again be hosting the Community Prayer Breakfast. It will be held on Saturday, February 24, 2018 from 7:30 to 9:00. Honored guests will be the city’s elected officials, as well as representatives from the police and fire departments. The program will include: breakfast, special music, time of prayer, […]
The CCRM Annual Meeting of the Congregation will take place following worship on the second Sunday of February (February 11), per constitutional requirements. Please plan to attend to review the reports from last year and to vote on the slate of officers. Leslie Troutman Lupo, Church Clerk
Come join us for Pizza and a Movie on Saturday 27 January from 6:00 – 9:00 pm. We will be viewing “The Case for Christ”… based on Lee Strobel’s book. Sign up at the Information Table!
Each month on the second Sunday we have “Youth Sunday.” This usually involves all of the Sunday School classes participating in worship by singing, collecting the offering, etc. Our December worship featured the kids and their teachers with a skit and singing.
Here at CCRM many opportunities are available: Sunday School classes for all ages; The Women’s Weekly Bible Study meets each Monday afternoon at 1 pm; The Faith Lift Women’s Group and the Men’s Bible & Support Group both meet every other Monday evening at 7 pm; Both Bell Choir and the Vocal Choir practice on Wednesday […]
The Community Church of Rolling Meadows presents Charles Dickens’ “A Christmas Carol” Adapted for radio-on-stage by ANTHONY E. PALERMO Musical score composed and arranged by ANTHONY E. PALERMO Old Fashioned Radio Play & Old English Christmas Dinner Saturday, 2 December 2017 Dinner at 6:00 p.m. – Play at 7:30 p.m. Dinner/Play Tickets: Adults […]
Please join us for this Sunday’s message… 9:30 a.m.
Good Friday Community Worship Service Friday, April 14th Noon to 3:00 p.m. Jesus’ Words From The Cross 1st Word … Pastor Andrew Bee 2nd Word … Pastor Dan Nagle 3rd Word … Pastor Dan Schwick 4th Word … Dr. Rande Wayne Smith 5th Word … Elder Dave Rapp 6th Word … Rev. Michal Lewon 7th […]
The Apostle Paul is easily the most important person in the history of the Christian Church. He was a rabbi, and the kind of person who leaves his mark upon history. He was zealously opposed to Christianity and did everything he could to destroy the Church until he had a dramatic encounter with Jesus Christ […]