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Movie Night at CCRM

by Stephanie Jones

The Deacons are hosting a fellowship event on February 23rd!  Movie night at CCRM featuring the film “The Man Who Invented Christmas”-the story of Charles Dickens and his writing of A Christmas Carol. The movie will start at 6:30 p.m. and appetizers will be served. All church family and friends are invited!

For Everything There is a Season…

by Stephanie Jones

An old Irish Blessing declares that “For everything there is a season… a time for meeting and a time to say good-bye.”  For CCRM and Pastor Rande and wife Kathy the “season” of meeting was in 2001 and the time has come for saying good-bye, at least to the day to day ministry relationship. Pastor […]

SUNDAY 20 MAY IS PENTECOST!!

by Stephanie Jones

This coming Sunday is Pentecost… when we celebrate The Holy Spirit coming upon the Church.  In honor of The Holy Spirit please join us for worship at 9:30 am… and wear something RED!

CCRM Streaming LIVE on Facebook!

by Stephanie Jones

Something new at CCRM… Live Streaming on Facebook!  If you are unable to be with us on Sunday morning, the music and sermons are now being streamed LIVE on Facebook by Sean Chatham.  Just go to “Community Church of Rolling Meadows” on Facebook to see … starting just after 9:30 am on Sundays.  Just the […]

GOOD FRIDAY COMMUNITY WORSHIP – 30 March 2018

by Stephanie Jones

Good Friday Community Worship Service Friday, March 30th   –   Noon to 3:00 p.m. Jesus’ Words From The Cross • 1st Word … Pastor Dan Nagle • 2nd Word … Rev. Carole Willer  • 3rd Word … Dr. Rande Wayne Smith • 4th Word … Pastor Jon Herr • 5th Word … Minister Brian Prewitt • 6th Word … Pastor Andrew Bee […]

MAUNDY THURSDAY 29 March 2018

by Stephanie Jones

For many of us, Maundy Thursday of Holy Week is considered to be the most holy day of the year. These were Jesus’ final moments with His disciples before His crucifixion & resurrection. We easily acknowledge that Jesus died for the sins of the world on the cross. But often don’t make the personal connection. […]