Classis Illiana

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Classis Illiana is a regional association of 21 organized congregations and 5 emerging congregations which are part of the Christian Reformed Church in N. A.. These Churches are located in northeastern Illinois, western Indiana, and Nashville, Tennessee. Membership totals approximately 7,000 members.

Classis Illiana is part of the Christian Reformed Church in North America. The CRC. is an evangelical Christian denomination whose beliefs are summarized in our creeds and confessions and expressed in our vision and mission.

Classis links these churches and people together both to enhance their own ministries and to enable them to accomplish together what none of them could do separately. The Christian Reformed denomination, a Protestant denomination, has its roots in the Protestant Reformation. The Christian Reformed Church is Presbyterian in structure, orthodox in doctrine, and evangelical in its life. We believe in the authority of the Bible and salvation by grace, through faith in Jesus Christ. We invite you to spend a Sunday morning or evening in worship with one of our congregations. We look forward to seeing you!

For more information about the individual congregations, please follow the links to their web sites on the Churches page.