About Us

We live for God, love our neighbors, and lead people to Christ.

We've been expecting you!

Our mission shapes everything that we do. Our 200 member multi-generational community is like a warm extended family waiting to welcome you home.

Part of how we live for Christ is by worshiping weekly together and gathering during the week. We worship on Sunday mornings at 10 AM and gather for youth and discipleship ministries Wednesday evenings at 6:15 PM.

As we grow and live oriented to God, we desire to pour the love of Christ back into the Kentwood community. Come and find a place to belong.

History

Early in 1963 twelve families began exploring the idea of planting a church in the newly developing Princeton Estates neighborhood. As plans developed, about 80 people joined the church planting mission. As they gathered in a field, with barns, silos, and trees creating the backdrop, they envisioned the neighborhood that would soon be around their church building...

It has been over 50 years since those first gatherings, and though the initial multi-level facility was replaced in 2000, Princeton Church continues its initial mission -- to be a neighborhood-oriented church, pointing people to God.

We are a part of the Chrisitan Reformed Church and associated with a local group of churches in Classis Thornapple Valley.

To learn more about the Christian Reformed Church and our beliefs, click here.

 

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Staff

Brenda De Young

Bookkeeper

Steve Germany

Worship and Technology Director

steveg@princetoncrc.org

Steve Hull

Lead Pastor

pastorsteve@princetoncrc.org

Emily Hull

Connections Director

emily@princetoncrc.org

Cindy Roth

Office Secretary

office@princetoncrc.org

Shelly Porter

Custodians

Cheryl VanderMolen

Kids Hope
Director

khusa@princetoncrc.org

Dorothy VanderWall

Administrator

dorothy@princetoncrc.org

Mindie Wiechel

Youth Ministries Director

mindie@princetoncrc.org