Frequently Asked Questions

Q. Where do you meet?
A. Covenant Reformed Baptist Church gathers each Lord's Day in the east wing of the Greater Bluefield Community Center. Get Directions

Q. What are the times of your services?
A. We have Sunday School from 9:45 AM to 10:15 AM, followed by our morning worship at 10:30 AM and evening worship at 6:00 PM. A prayer meeting is held at the same location each Wednesday at 7:00 PM.

Q. How long have you been a church?
A. Covenant Reformed Baptist Church of Bluefield began meeting in April of 1994.
In May 23,1998 we constituted as a local expression of Christ's body. To view a copy of our Constitution, click here.

Q. Do you have a statement of faith?
A. Our church adheres in principle and in practice to the London Baptist Confession of 1689. Click here to view our statement of faith.

Q. Can you describe your services?
A. The services at our church generally last around one and a half hours. The services are marked by a high view of God expressed in serious and joyful God-centered worship. We have simple services in which each aspect is rooted in scriptural commands. We engage in scripture reading; the congregational singing of psalms, hymns, and spiritual songs; prayer; and the expository preaching of God's word.

Q. What do you mean by Reformed? What are you trying to reform?
A. The name "Reformed" defines both our heritage and our mission. Our heritage is steeped in the work of God historically in the Protestant Reformation of the 1500's. Among the Baptists who are in this historic and biblical tradition are men like John Bunyan (author of Pilgrim's Progress), Benjamin Keach, Charles Spurgeon, and A.W. Pink. By our mission we mean that we are striving to reform the church to its God-centered identity and absolute fidelity to God's Word. For a fuller definition see the article "What is a Reformed Baptist Church?"

Q. How do I contact you?
A. You can call the church office at (276) 322-1671, or email Pastor Lee McKinnon at crbcbluefield@gmail.com