At Kelloggsville Church, our story is God’s story.
We strive to be a community where everyone can feel known and loved. Our goal is to have fun as we grow in our love for God and others, while being a light into our community and world.
We encourage everyone to walk with us in our simple discipleship path: Love God > Love Others > Love the World.
Women to Women Bible Study
Woman2Woman is for women of all ages (post high and older), backgrounds, and experiences to communicate personally, share faith stories, dig deeply into the Bible, and learn from each other. All women are welcome. click here for more information.
Monday Night Men's Bible Study
Men’s Monday Night Bible Study meets virtually at 7:00PM twice per month. Join for a time of Bible Study and fellowship.
Middle and High School can be tough and awkward. Our youth ministry creates a place where students matter and belong. Ultimately, we want them to see themselves how God sees them.
Investments & Connections
Small Groups are spreading throughout the congregation at Alger Park CRC. They meet in people’s homes, and are organized for various purposes. Some meet for Bible study, others for accountability, worship, or to engage in sports or specific hobbies. There are also groups aimed at people of specific times of life: young families, singles and couples in their 20s and 30s, senior citizens.
Childern & Students
Alger Park CRC starts discipling their children young, with Little Lambs on Sunday mornings and Story Hour on Tuesday mornings. It continues through Sunday School and kicks into high gear on Wednesday evenings with GEMS and Cadets, when elementary students from the neighborhood and the congregation get to know each other. Every June, the church grounds and building are turned over to the large VBS program. Middle schoolers and high schoolers each have their own youth group, with regular meetings interspersed with lock-ins, retreats, backpacking trips, and service projects.
Disicipleship & Mentorship
From the Deeper Roots Discipleship course, to the seven Bible studies for men and women, to the small household groups, Alger Park CRC seeks to give its members the message that they exist for God’s mission. Indeed, they have high participation in Kid’s Hope, a one-on-one academic mentoring program with students from Ken-o-Sha Elementary School, as well as with their own VBS.