Smithville Christian Reformed Chuch

    Community and connection may look different in a Covid-world, but it IS possible! Click the link to check out some awesome small group options. God created us to live in community, to be in relationship with Him, as we seek to know Him, live out our faith, and support one another in prayer and encouragement! 

    Small Group Options:   
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    From infants to seniors, there are many opportunities to meet new people and make new friendships at this church. Some options are temporarily unavailable or are offered with changes to the program due to Covid-19 guidelines. If you would like to learn more about any of the ministries we offer, please call or email the office for more information.

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    GEMS | Girls Grades 4 - 8 is a girls' club that meets Thursday evenings from 7 to 8:45 pm (Sept – April). Evenings include Bible study, singing, badge work, crafts, games, and special fun nights and events. It is an opportunity for the girls to meet in a fun environment and grow together, both socially and spiritually, with loving mentors who help them to understand their value in Christ and what it means to follow Him.


    Cadets | Boys Grades 4 - 8
    is a boys’ club that meets weekly on Monday evenings from 7 to 9 pm (Sept-April). Activities include Bible study, woodworking, kub-kar building and racing, gym nights, and an annual winter and summer campout. Boys are challenged to grow in character and skills, and in what it means to live for Jesus by passionate leaders who seek to model Christ. 


    Grade 9 - 12
    It is important for our youth to be mentored by a group of leaders who are passionate about building relationships and modelling Christ as they engage. Teens are challenged at Youth to know God’s Word, to put their faith into action, and to discover their God-given gifts and purpose. Activities, games, worship, small group Bible studies and service outings are enjoyed Wednesday nights at the church from 7 - 9 pm. Extra events and social nights are planned throughout the year. Short-term mission opportunities are also offered. Youth can join anytime!

    Grow Groups

    Grow Groups | All Ages
    Everyone who attends our church is encouraged to be part of a Grow Group. Grow Groups meet the Fourth Sunday of the month. This casual setting provides great opportunity to meet others from our church community. We enjoy refreshments and/or lunch, and spend time in sermon-based discussion and prayer. Grow Groups are meant to be a safe place where we can be ourselves, learn together, share together, and even serve together. (Sept, Oct, Nov, Jan, Feb, Mar)

    Quest for Faith

    Quest for Faith
    is a class offered to anyone interested in learning more about the Christian Reformed faith, or in becoming a professing member of this church. If you are interested in taking this class please connect with us and our Pastor will gladly set up a time to meet with you.

    Coffee Break

    Coffee Break Ladies Group
    is a casual setting where women can make new friends, share a cup of coffee, and discover new insights from the Bible. No previous Bible knowledge is necessary. Coffee Break meets Tuesdays, beginning the 3rd week in September, from 9:30 - 11 am. Childcare is provided for the children of ladies attending the Coffee Break program.

    Men's Life

    Men’s Life
    is a place where men casually meet to share their faith and concerns. It begins with an informal breakfast, followed by Bible study and prayer. Men’s’ Life meets bi-weekly on Saturday mornings from 8 – 9:30 am, from October-April.  An empty chair is waiting for you!  Would you like more information? Call our office.

    Seniors Group

    Seniors Group
    is a great place for seniors to enjoy fellowship, Bible study and games. We meet Thursday mornings from 9:30 - 11:30 am. Special outings and activities are planned throughout the year. Newcomers are always welcome!


    is a series of interactive sessions exploring the basics of the Christian faith. Each session looks at a different question and is designed to create conversation. No two alpha's look the same - they run in coffee shops, churches, prisons, bars, universities, schools and homes. There is no pressure - no follow up - and no charge. It is an open and informal honest space to explore and discuss life's big questions together.

    Sew & Share

    Sew & Share
    is a ministry opportunity for those with a passion for sewing. Sewers are invited to use their skills in this creative group that meets monthly with the purpose of making specific projects for charity, blessing others with the love of Christ both locally and globally.  Contact us to find out more.

    Friendship Ministries is safe place where individuals with intellectual disabilities can be mentored and experience God’s love. Friendship ministry meets at Mountainview CRC in Grimsby on Thursday nights, from 7:30 - 9 pm. Members of our church family are volunteer mentors and can assist by providing rides back and forth.

    Smithville CRC


    Next Steps - 1 Connect

    Connect. Attend Sunday morning services and get involved in small group opportunities. Engage with others regularly to find encouragement, love and support.

    Next Steps - 2 Invest

    Invest your time, talents and resources. Plug into a ministry that compliments your giftedness.

    Next Steps - 3 Meet

    Meet with the Pastor. Learn more about the Christian faith and ask any questions.

    Next Steps - 4 Accept

    Accept Christ into your heart. Make a personal decision to follow Him and grow in your faith.

    Next Steps - 5 Profess

    Publicly commit your life to God through Jesus Christ. Become part of the Smithville CRC family through baptism, and/or by public profession of faith.