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Details about Worship Services

First Reformed Church has services at 9:30 a.m. on Sunday morning and on Sunday night at 6:30 p.m.  Each service lasts about an hour.  During the offertory, a folder is passed in which both members and guests are asked to record their names: this helps you know who you are worshipping with, and gives guests the opportunity to note if they would like a visit from a pastor.


Is someone available to answer any questions I might have?

Before each worship service, greeters are available to assist you, or for more detailed information stop at the circular information kiosk, where a volunteer will be happy to answer any questions. 

During the week, feel free to stop by the church offices.

While there, be sure to ask for a free Church Directory: this photo directory will help you begin connecting the names and faces of the people in our congregation and learn more about various ministries offered. You can also access the directory online: for the username and password email here.


Is your worship service easy to follow? Will I know what to do?

Our order of worship is listed in the weekly bulletin that ushers hand out as they show you to your seat.  The schedule is easy to follow.  We sing out of our hymnal, and the words to contemporary choruses are projected onto two overhead screens.


Do you have a time for fellowship each Sunday?

Coffee and cold drink are served in the fellowship hall following the 9:30 a.m. worship service, and once a month after the 6:30 p.m. service. We encourage you to use this informal time to get to know others.




What’s available for my children?

Please see children’s ministries.


What should I wear?

We are more concerned with meeting your real life needs than with what you wear.  So, dress casual or dress up, you will fit right in.


I don’t have a password: Can I see the bulletin, Focus and contact people on the website?

We welcome friends of our church to view these web pages, which have a password to prevent worldwide dissemination of member names, phone numbers, or other information.