Welcome to Third Reformed Church!
Worship Service at 8:30 and 11:00 AM
(Education for All Ages at 9:40 AM)
Sunday, December 11th is the Third Sunday of Advent as we prepare for the birth of Jesus. In our journey through the Bible, the Old Testament prophets show us the way to Bethlehem. Sunday we hear from the Prophet Isaiah, "Return from Exile."
Nursery Care for All Services and Sunday Morning Worship Hour. Children and Worship for ages 4 through Second Grade at 8:30 and 11:00 AM Worship.
Our Wednesday mid-week program, LIFT (Life in Faith Together) will resume on Wednesday, January 18th beginning with dinner at 5:30 PM.
The Story: Finding Our Place in God's Story
Theme for 2016-17, begins Sep. 11th
from Genesis to Revelation
The Peaceable Kingdom by Joel Schoon-Tanis
Youth Director Job Opening: The ideal candidate will be a college graduate with a reputation of integrity, strong communication skills (including the ability to take advantage of current technology in communicating with youth and the congregation), the ability to establish positive personal relationships, and good organizational skills. The person needs to be self-confident, able to work comfortably with youth and adult lay leaders, and to be open to the probing and challenging questions that are often raised by youth who are in varying stages in their faith journey. Please send resume and a video intro (5 minutes max, on an easily playable platform such as Vimeo or YouTube) to firstname.lastname@example.org. Click here to view the job description.
TO KNOW CHRIST AND TO MAKE CHRIST KNOWN....With Heart, Head, and Hands
Jesus said, "You shall love the Lord your God with all your heart, and with all your soul, and with all your mind. This is the greatest and first commandment. And a second is like it: You shall love your neighbor as yourself." (Matthew 22:37-39)
We need deep Christians who have passionate hearts, think perceptively, and reach out their hands with the love of Jesus Christ. The historic purpose statement of the church, “to know Christ and to make Christ known,” continues to guide our life and mission in the twenty-first century, reinforcing Third Reformed Church’s strong tradition of worshiping God with our minds.
We want to continue to be deep disciples while also offering our hearts in praise to God and our hands in practical deeds of service. We believe that many in our community and the world are searching not for a simplistic or easy faith, but a faith that engages the whole self before God. We seek to create not just members of the church, but disciples of Jesus who are passionate, thoughtful and reflective, and put faith into action in the community and the world.