A Cry For Justice

Awakening the Evangelical Church to Domestic Violence and Abuse in its Midst

Live webcast of church services at the church which Jeff Crippen pastors

UPDATE Sept 2021: I have come to believe that Jeff Crippen does not practise what he preaches. He vilely persecuted an abuse victim and spiritually abused many other people in the Tillamook congregation. Go here to read the evidence. Jeff has not gone to the people that he spiritually and emotionally abused. He has not apologised to them, let alone asked for their forgiveness.


We know that some of our readers have difficulty attending church for various reasons (safety, transport, triggering, etc.) While we encourage people to find a local church they can safely belong to if possible, we know this is not always easy especially after escaping abuse and the associated mistreatment that many churches seem to dish out to abuse victims.

I recently discovered that the services at Jeff Crippen’s church are broadcast live on the web — the entire service, hymns, prayers, communion, sermon. . . the lot.

The service starts around 10:45-11:00 am Pacific Time USA. I can not tell you when it generally finishes as the last thing I tend to do after a service is over is look at my watch!

To listen, go to Christ Reformation Church, Tillamook, Oregon’s sermon audio page:  Sermon Audio CRC , then hover your mouse over either the HOME  tab or the ABOUT tab which will reveal  pink button in the line below the main tabs — that button is the WEBCAST button. Hit that pink button and you will be able to hear the service live if you are listening at the right time. You can only hear the service live. The sermons are available to listen or download later on, but not the entire services.

You need to have the VLC media player on your computer to listen to the webcast. It is a free download.

Download the VLC media player for Windows.

Download the VLC media player for Mac. If you use a Mac you need to listen to the webcast on Safari as VLC doesn’t work as well on other browsers.

Download the VLC app for iPod, iPhone, and ipad.  If you use iOS devices you can also listen to the webcast.  Click on this link and then select the Apple Store button.  You will be taken to the Apple store and the VLC 2.0 app.  The app is free.


  1. daddysdaughter2

    I give a two thumbs up for Jeff Crippen’s sermons!! You can listen every day of the week!!! His sermons have helped me as much or more than private counseling and it is free! God’s word transforms our hearts and minds. I am so grateful all the sermons are available on Sermon Audio!

  2. wildninja

    That’s awesome!

  3. Saved By Grace

    Thank you! This is wonderful! I have enjoyed listening to Pastor Crippen’s sermons from this site.

    But being slightly computer illiterate means that I am having trouble viewing the service right now. I have VC open on my desktop, but I am not able to find the appropriate link to click on. I did try another church’s webcast and that worked. So perhaps it is an error on your side. Could you provide instructions on how to view the webcast? I would love to take part in this service, even remotely from the security of my living room.

    • I’m having difficulty getting the webcast too, i don’t know why. 😦 I could listen to it last sunday, so maybe the prob is at the CRC end?

      • But I’m getting it okay now.

      • The church secretary just told me they were having problems at their end, so our difficulties in hearing the webcast today were probably just a one-off. I got the last half of the sermon and the final hymn though.

  4. Debbie Price

    Thank You, Barbara

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