Morning Worship is scheduled for 10:30 am, every Sunday, meeting at 548 Luzerne Road, Queensbury, New York. Evening Worship is scheduled for 6:00 pm on the second, third and fourth Sunday evenings of the month.
Mark your calendars for our Autumn Conference, September 27-29. Great teaching from the Bible. Our speaker, Sam Andreades has found that teaching what the Bible says about gender helps people. Through a careful reading of Scripture, a sober look at modern movements, walking alongside truth-seeking folks, and engagement with his own pro-Nicene theological tradition, Sam has forged a theology of gender that is invigorating, uplifting and orthodox. As this message gives a positive vision of masculinity and femininity, it also helps to answer many hard questions about women, men and relationships. Sam has served for twenty years in the Presbyterian Church in America, in Greenwich Village, Quarryville, PA and currently as Assoc. Pastor at Iron Works Church, Phoenixville, PA. He has a B.S. in Geology (Yale), an M.S. in Computer Science (NYU), an M.Div. (Ref. Theol. Seminary), and a D.Min. (Covenant Seminary). He is married to Mary K., whom he describes as the truest woman he knows, and without whom he says he could not do what he does. They raised three sons and a daughter and have one grandchild.
Sunday School is offered every Sunday, with children meeting in the Log Chapel at 9:30 am, and adults meeting in the sanctuary at the same time. The current topic for adult Sunday School is “Christianity and Liberalism”, a course taught by Dr. Stephen Nichols through video, and facilitated by Elder Ken Burl. Children are taught using the “Show Me Jesus” curriculum produced by Great Commission Publications.
Ministry to children continues through the year with Sunday School, Christian Service Brigade and “Girls Growing Gracefully in the Light of Christ – 3G Lighthouse”. There is more information on Brigade and 3G Lighthouse on the menu to the left.
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 email@example.com. A nursery for little ones is staffed by two women at every morning service. In the months that have a fifth Sunday, our evening gathering is an informal Prayer and Praise Hymn Sing, followed by a fellowship time.
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).
From the Session Concerning Ventilation– December 14, 2023 – The COVID pandemic is behind us, and further infection risk has become endemic, part of our lives, like influenza. Having learned during the pandemic the value of ventilation to decrease the concentration of airborne particles that carry viruses, we will continue to have windows open when it is not bitterly cold, in accordance with scientific guidance from the Center for Disease Control, dated May 12, 2023: “Open windows and doors, when weather conditions allow, to increase outdoor air flow. Even a slightly open window can introduce beneficial outdoor air.” When weather conditions do not allow, at 40 degrees or lower, windows shall be shut to prevent cold air from affecting our senior citizens. When the temperature is 40 to 60 degrees, two windows will be kept slightly open. When the temperature is 60 degrees or higher, two windows will be kept wide open. This is to help reduce infection risk from any airborne illness. Please do not close windows of your own accord as your elders have carefully considered this matter, and we ask for your cooperation. Please move to the right rear of the sanctuary if you want to avoid being near an open window.