Welcome to

First CRC of Lynden, WA!


Through these pages you will get to know us a little better and our vision to spread a passion for the glory of God in Christ Jesus from generation to generation.  Whether you are new to Lynden, new to Christianity or just want to find out more about our church, we invite you to have a look around, feel free to contact us by phone or e-mail and visit us anytime.  Our Sunday worship times are 10:30 AM and 6:00 PM.  Childcare is provided at both services.

 

1010 Front St.

Lynden, WA 98264

                         

church at sunset
church at sunset
GEMS
GEMS
Palm Sunday
Palm Sunday
Church Family
Church Family
Mission Sunday
Mission Sunday
Mission dinner
Mission dinner
Mission Dinner
Mission Dinner
Church
Church

Upcoming Events

August 2016»
S M T W T F S
  1 2 3 4 5 6
7 8 9 10 11 12 13
14 15 16 17 18 19 20
21 22 23 24 25 26 27
28 29 30 31  
26
Aug

Daily Bible Reading Plan 2016

Daily, from 01/01/2016 to 12/31/2016, 12:00 AM

28
Aug

Children's Church

Every Sunday, 10:30 AM - 11:30 AM

View full calendar

Latest Sermon

Seven Ducks in a Muddy River

The scene opens in the foreign country of Syria, north and east of Israel. Syria was a powerful enemy of Israel and this story takes place during a brief period of peace or cease-fire. We are in Damascus, the great and beautiful capital city of Syria. Here we meet the principle character. Naaman was a five star general, a Patton, a MacArthur, a Schwartzkoph; the commander and chief of all the military forces of Syria. He was second only to King Ben Hadad II. We are told that he was a mighty man of valor; a great man held in high regard. He was the king’s right hand man and chief counsel. He was also a man of great wealth. He had a palace in the nicest suburb of Damascus, with a three-chariot garage, stables, servants and all the rest. Having said all this about the man, the last five words of verse 1 change everything, “but, he was a leper.” The impact of those words is like saying he had AIDS. Naaman was as great as the world could make him and yet there wasn’t a soul in Damascus, even the poorest outcast, that would trade skin with him to gain everything else he had. Naaman is a Scriptural picture of the human condition, of you and me. No matter how great or talented, gifted or exceptional, successful, or put together or intelligent, there is a “but” in our life. All of us have our leprosy, our calamity, our crisis, our personal brokenness, most of all our spiritual leprosy, that four-letter word that only has three letters - SIN. Our leprosy is personal and national.

View all sermons