Redeemer Reformed Presbyterian Church is located at 548 Luzerne Road in Queensbury, New York, two miles off the Northway (Route 87), near Exit 18. Be in touch with us by calling our pastor, Ned Suffern at 518-932-1967, or by emailing him at nsuffern@gmail.com. You are welcome to our morning services at 10:30 a.m. each Sunday, and to our evening services at 6 p.m. on the second through the fourth Sundays of each month. You are invited to bring a copy of the Bible for your use during worship. Please note Covid-19 procedures which are summarized here:

In light of a recent increase of Covid-19 cases locally, Session will again offer zoom broadcasts of the morning service for those who desire to join us via zoom.  To get a zoom link, call Pastor Suffern at 518-932-1967. The Session respectfully and humbly requests that you wear masks during singing of the hymns, the Doxology, and the Gloria Patri. Four windows on each side of the sanctuary will be opened to a height of one foot. (The building will be heated to 73 degrees before the windows are opened at 9:20 a.m., but please dress warmly in sweaters and overcoats if necessary). These policies are inconvenient, but they are established by Session in order to continue the public worship of God while seeking to protect the safety of worshipers. If you have been diagnosed with covid-19, or if you have signs and symptoms of covid-19 such as head-ache, fever, sneezing, wheezing, please do not attend services. Zoom live-stream is available.

Sunday School meets at 9:30 a.m. each Sunday morning with a pre-school class in the Log Chapel. There also is a class for children and younger teens in the Log Chapel. We have a class for adults and older teens in the worship hall. Elder Ralph Kelsey has begun a series featuring the teaching of Dr. R.C. Sproul on the theme, “Angels and Demons”. Please bring your own Bible with you.

Women and men meet on Wednesday evenings at 6:30 p.m. for Bible study and prayer, lasting until 8:00 p.m. Men are meeting in the worship hall for a study of the book of Nehemiah followed by prayer. The women begin with prayer at the Log Chapel, and conclude with a study of the book of Esther. You are very welcome to drop by! The Bible study builds up our faith as we feed on God’s Word, we bring God our praise and intercessions, and we have wonderful fellowship as believers.

“Christian Service Brigade” for boys and “3G Lighthouse” for girls are youth programs meeting on every other Friday, at 7 p.m.. There is no charge, and the ages served are eight years old, through those in their teens. During Brigade we will be building rockets in the New Year, playing games and learning of Christ through a Pilgrim’s Progress devotional. Girls Grow Gracefully in the Light of Christ by singing, learning Bible verses, studying the Bible, and doing crafts. Call Ned at 518-932-1967 for more information on Brigade, and Sharon at 518-409-0127 for more information on 3G Lighthouse. Click on the names of these ministries in our menu for pictures and further information. Click on the church calendar to find the dates for specific meetings.

Seating at services will be guided by the “Reopening New York” standards which apply when congregational singing happens. Many can be accommodated inside our worship hall which has windows open for good ventilation. Others may choose to sit in Log Chapel next door, an overflow space which is provided with an audio feed. Each morning sermon will be posted to the “Sermons” page on this website.

Who is Redeemer Reformed Presbyterian Church?  We are a fellowship of God’s people, called as a body to glorify Him and enjoy Him forever, and in this, to support and encourage one another.  We welcome you to join us as we worship God together, learn together from his word, spend time with one another and minister to those in need, showing and telling others of Jesus Christ’s love displayed in the gospel. (See Colossians 3:16, Matthew 28:19, Galatians 6:10, Psalm 106:3). 

We belong to the Presbyterian Church in America.   It is our aim and purpose to worship God reverently and sincerely, to edify the children of God, and to reach those who do not know Christ with the Good News of the Gospel.  We are firmly persuaded and convinced that the way to reach these three goals is to declare and proclaim the inerrant Word of the Living God.  “So faith comes from hearing, and hearing through the Word of Christ” (Romans 10:17).