One's and Two's - Let's Eat!
The One's and Two's is a group that was formed to provide opportunities for people to get together socially outside the church. The intention is to meet one mid-week evening on a monthly basis. The group gathers at a local restaurant, sharing in fellowship over dinner. The One's and Two's is open to anyone who can multi-task: eat and chat!
Interested? Contact Diane Buchan at 845-246-2017 or you can leave a message at the church 845-246-2867. Bon Apetit!
We have a wonderful Choir!
The Adult Choir of the Reformed Church of Saugerties is under the musical direction of Barbara Lee. The choir rehearses on Monday evenings from 6:30 to 7:45pm, and on Sunday mornings at 9:30am for the 10:30am worship service. Sight reading music, while helpful, is not required to participate.
If you are interested, please contact Barbara Lee by phone: (917) 586-5424; or by email: .
Repertoire ranges from the classical Mozart Ave Verum to modern composers such as Tom Fettke and Ola Gjeilo; from rousing gospel, folk and world music to timeless favorites across the style spectrum. Anthems are accompanied by organ, piano, guitar and/or guest instrumentalists - bagpipes, African drums - and more. Various choral members are frequently featured in solos, duets and trio.
The men have a barbershop-style group and the women have their own lively features as well. The choir is open to anyone in our church and our broader community who is interested in singing.
Adult Bible Study
Thursday morning 10:30 am
Reading from the New Testament - walk ins welcome!
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Commit everything you do to the Lord. Trust him, and he will help you. Psalm 37:5
The Missions Committee meets once a month to discuss the church’s financial support of individuals and organizations that are working to bring about peace and justice in the world and closer to home, while spreading, by example, the Good News of Christ. The group is open to members of the church.
RCA Missionary Frank Van Hoeve coordinates the Jackson County Housing Ministry in Annville, Kentucky. Working with other groups from across the area, they repair homes in Appalachian communities. These teams transform often – dilapidated buildings into safe comfortable homes for residents. Frank also secures funding and materials, oversees work groups and ministers to the physical needs of the residents. He and his wife also share the Gospel when opportunities arise. Frank and his spouse Darlene, have four children; Leah, Reuben, Abigail, and Nathan.