Sunday Morning Worship, 10:30 am, 548 Luzerne Rd. Queensbury, NY; Evening Worship, 6:00 pm, the second, third, fourth Sundays, monthly

You are invited to share in this time of treasuring the birth of the Savior, Jesus!

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. 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).

Announcement from the Session
At this time, in accordance with the latest NYS COVID-19 guidelines, the Session no longer encourages the congregation in the wearing of masks at any time during our worship services, as well as all education and fellowship events. Please feel free to wear one if you are concerned regarding your own personal health, however. We ask you not to attend worship services or education or fellowship events if you have recently had COVID related symptoms, unless you have also been tested and have received a negative test result. In order to continue to have good ventilation in the sanctuary, the Session will have two windows open. One of these windows will be opened at the front of the sanctuary on the right side and the other will be opened at the left-rear of the sanctuary near the sound system. The Session also wants doors to be cracked open in the Log Chapel for events held there. Thank you.
-The Session, February 17, 2022