TRC News & Important Links

A Letter from Pastor Kent Fry

Ways to help During COVID-19

Third Reformed has many ways our family can help others impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. Click here for our list.

Wednesday Morning Prayers

Please click here to join us for our Morning Prayers on Wednesdays. Here is the prayer sheet for Wednesday, April 1, 2020.  

Weekly Activities via Zoom

Many of our long-running Bible studies and programs have been set up with Zoom meeting links so they might continue. Please click here for a list of those links. They may also be found under the News link.

Church Offices are Closed to the Public. 

During the state-wide shelter-in-place order, Executive Order 2020-21, the following persons have been designated as essential staff and are publicly listed below, as required by this order:

  • Kristen Beckner, Office Manager
  • Amy Lunn, Church Administrator
  • Mark Faga, Lead Custodian
  • Dave Vanderwel, Assistant Treasurer
  • Kama Jongerius, Pastor

Remember, please do not hesitate to reach out by phone if you need something!


Sunday mornings at 11:00 a.m.

Click here for our Holy Week Service information.

Maundy Thursday, April 9, 2020

Shadows Lengthen Into Night

Please note: we will be celebrating the Lord's Supper during our Maundy Thursday service. We encourage you to prepare pieces of bread (or a cracker or a pretzel) to represent Jesus’ body, and make use of grape juice, water, or other juice to represent the cup at the table of our Lord.

To join our service via Zoom, click Here.

For instructions on Zoom: click Here.

To test your Zoom connection, go here: 

Youth Group Meetings

High School Youth Group will take place on Sundays from 7-8 via Zoom. Check your email for a link from Hunter.

Middle School Youth Group will take place on Wednesdays from 6-7 via Zoom. Check your email for a link from Hunter.

Midweek LIFT Celebration

Our Wednesday Evening LIFT dinner and programming is suspended until further notice.

Third Reformed Church, Holland, MI

A Vision for Year 151 and Beyond


Liturgical and creative, Reformed and ecumenical

Classical yet including a spectrum of musical styles

Praising God, young and old together

All done with integrity


Asking questions

Belonging to the body of Christ

Growing in God's love and gifts

Doing what Jesus said


Engaging in mission locally

Enjoying the Spirit's fruit in cross-cultural mission in our community

Supporting global mission

Entering into the joys and sorrows of the world church.