Autumn Conference – October 22-24 . . .
You and your friends, relatives, work associates and neighbors are warmly invited to RRPC’s annual Autumn Conference, featuring this year, a topic, “What is Our Only Comfort?”, for a time when we sorely need sound and lasting comfort. You are invited to hear a veteran of these parts, Rev. Mark Bell, who labored for a decade with his wife, Claudia, at RRPC, up through 2009. The dates and times are Friday, Oct. 22, 7 p.m., Saturday, Oct. 23, 10:30 a.m., and Sunday, Oct. 24, 9:30 and 10:30 a.m. Friday and Saturday will also feature abundant coffee brewed with well water straight from the Adirondack Mountains, drawn forth from Apple Hollow Farm, not to mention cookies on Friday and Panera pastries on Saturday. Pastor Bell is travelling from Boardman, Ohio, and he will bring to us the living water of Christ, refreshing comfort, illuminated and applied by the Holy Spirit, as it is drawn forth from God’s Word through preaching. Further details can be found on the Autumn Conference tab on the menu at the left.
3G Lighthouse and Brigade continue on October 1st and 15th at 7 p.m.: GIRLS GROWING GRACEFULLY IN THE LIGHT OF CHRIST is a free program for girls ages 8 through 18 meeting every other Friday evening at 7 p.m.. Girls gather to build friendships, sing beautiful songs, work on a craft side by side others, and to learn about Jesus from the Bible. CHRISTIAN SERVICE BRIGADE is a free program for boys ages 8 through 18. It meets every other Friday evening at 7 p.m.. Guys gather to build a craft, play some action-packed games, enjoy a snack, and read a Bible story that opens a glimpse of God that makes sense to boys at their level of experience and interest. You can also learn more about our Christian Service Brigade and 3G Lighthouse activities for boys and girls on the links on the menu on the left.
Sunday School – Classes for learning from the Bible about God and his love displayed to us in the good news of Christ, are offered for all ages at 9:30 a.m. on Sunday mornings.
Pre-K through Young Elementary – Meeting in the Log Chapel
Middle Elementary – Meeting in the Log Chapel
Middle School and High School – Meeting in the Log Chapel
Adults and Older Senior High School – Meeting in the Sanctuary, we will start at new video series with conversation on September 5th, ALIVE: How the Resurrection of Christ Changes Everything – Gabe Fluhrer
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 firstname.lastname@example.org. 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. In the months that have a fifth Sunday, our evening gathering is an informal Prayer and Praise Hymn Sing, followed by a fellowship time.
Governor Andrew M. Cuomo announced on June 23, 2021 that New York will end on June 25th the state disaster emergency declared on March 7, 2020 to fight COVID-19. Guidance for religious services produced by the State of New York has been archived and is not mandatory. The wearing of a mask is up to the individual in light of your individual situation. The Session will continue to have four windows open on each side during worship services and during educational classes in the sanctuary and Log Chapel, during the temperate months.
Women and men meet on Wednesday evenings at 6:30 p.m. for Bible Study and Prayer. Women are studying 1 John, and men are studying Ephesians.
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).