You shall take delight in the Lord, and God will make you ride upon the heights of the earth
Thank you for visiting the website of St. John's Reformed Church. We hope that you will consider joining us for Sunday worship, or at one of our special events.
We think you will find the congregation of St. John's to be a warm and welcoming one. As you navigate our website you will see that we are an active community with a variety of activities.
If you have any questions about our church we encourage you to call.
The Consistory of St. John's Reformed Church
St. John's Reformed Church strives to welcome all, to know and proclaim God's Word, to seek God's will, and to live by Christ's example through the guidance of the Holy Spirit.
We understand the fulfillment of this mission within the context of the Great Commission of Christ to his Church and the Mission of God in the world.
What We Believe
St. John's Reformed Church believes that the Apostles' Creed contains the foundational truths of the Christian Faith. In addition to the Apostles' Creed we also maintain faithfulness with the historic statements of faith found in the Nicene and Athanasian Creeds.
As a Christian church arising from the Reformation of the Church under John Calvin, we also hold to confessional statements that are unique to our understanding and practice of the Christian faith. These include: The Heidleberg Catechcism, The Belgic Confession, the Canons of Dort, and the Belhar Confession.
Zoom Worship Service
Communion service is held the first Sunday of each month.
To manually dial in,
phone number: +1 929 205 6099 US (New York)
meeting ID: 713 478 1821
Please call St. John's office at 845-758-1184 for the password
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News and Announcements
Mission of the Month: Turkey & Syria Earthquake response through World Vision
On February 6, 2023, a powerful 7.8 magnitude earthquake and a series of strong tremors and aftershocks devastated southeast Turkey (officially the Republic of Türkiye) and northwest Syria. The death toll has passed 47,000 and continues to rise. Two weeks later, on February 20, 2023, an additional 6.3 magnitude earthquake hit southern Turkey, causing additional deaths and injuries.