Growing a disciple-making community and loving our neighbors
Lee Street worship gatherings and activities at the church building have been adjusted due to COVID-19. Please check the calendar for online or in-person details. Or, contact the church office for more information, 616-241-2105, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Our pastor retired earlier this year. Currently we are in the search process to hire a new pastor with a heart for multicultural ministry.
Pastoral applicants: Click here for more information.
Ministry partners: If you know someone who would be a good fit for the Lee Street community, please let us know!
“Be anxious for nothing, but in everything, by prayer and petition, with thanksgiving,
present your request to God. And the peace of God, which surpasses all understanding,
will guard your hearts and your minds in Christ Jesus.”
9:30 am in English
12:30 pm in Spanish
Sometimes we join together. See calendar for specific dates and times.
Between our services (11:00 am-12:00 pm) there is time for coffee and fellowship together.
Students meet during the school year for Sunday School (K-5th grade), Catechism (6-8th grade) or Youth Group (9-12th grade).
Lots are on the north and south sides of the church building.
Most people park on the surrounding streets and enter through the front doors. Extra time may be required to find a spot in the morning.
Children are welcome! We worship together as a family. Nursery is available at the morning service for ages 0-3.
Some people wear suits and
Some people wear jeans and
Most people are somewhere in between.
In the winter we aim to keep the temperature at 68; in the summer the air conditioning is set for 75.
Come as you are and praise God with us!
Lee Street CRC began in 1926 with a vision to provide a new community of faith for those living in the Godfrey/Lee neighborhood. Thanks be to God! that He continues to be with us, love us, work through us, and grow us in this corner of His kingdom here at Lee Street.
Our vision is to be a truly multicultural, multigenerational body of Christ.
Our mission is to make and mature disciples from the neighborhoods in which we minister and live.
We find joy in getting to know and work with each other. God works through individuals, and many individuals are or have been part of the Lee Street church family. Each has a story of how God has worked in his or her life. God also chooses to work through his church as a whole. We are delighted to be part of that whole called Lee Street Christian Reformed Church.
We praise him for leading us in the past, present, and future!