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I'm New to Christian Church of Riverton

What You Can Expect...

When you visit with us, you will most likely encounter a group of  folks who are not only friendly but ready to be friends. Hospitality is one of the things we are all about at CCR. We love people and we love to show them the love of God. 

We don't focus on dressing up impressive and we don't put on much of a fuss at all.

You will find a simple worship service of singing, prayer, scripture reading, weekly celebration of communion or the Lord's Supper and a simple, engaging sermon or message from the Bible that doesn't go on too long.

Our service runs a little over an hour from the 10 am start time. We really do try to be good stewards of your time.

One of the reasons people live in Wyoming is to take advantage of the beautiful outdoors and we understand that.  We know there are tons of things to do besides visit our church and so we work hard to make sure your time with us is well spent.

The Christian Church of Riverton is a congregation within a brotherhood of like-minded congregations loosely held together by what has become known as the Restoration Movement.

We believe in the Church of Jesus Christ, founded on the Day of Pentecost, consisting of all Christians everywhere, and organized into local assemblies, called churches.

  • We believe the Bible teaches that every Christian should be an active member of a local church.

  • We believe that the Elders of the church are the overseers of its affairs and the shepherds of its members; that they are the final interpretive authority of the Bible's meaning and application for the church; and that they are responsible for the oversight, instruction, edification, discipline, and restoration of church members.

  • We believe that the Bible instructs church members to:

    • Meet together regularly for fellowship, worship, teaching, and the Lord's Supper.

    • Use our natural abilities and spiritual gifts to serve one another.

    • Love one another, bear with one another, accept one another, and forgive one another.

    • Seek unity, agreement, and peace with one another.

    • Encourage and build up one another.

    • Bear one another's burdens and pray for one another.

    • Spur one another to love and good deeds.

    • Submit to the authority of the elders of the church.

    • Support the church financially.

    • Pursue personal holiness and obedience to God's Word.

    • Strive together to fulfill the Great Commission.

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