We Are OPEN - and Livestreaming Services!

We Are OPEN - and Livestreaming Services!

We are gathering for worship every Sunday at 10:00 AM! Join us in person (see our WORSHIP page for our reopening protocols and safety procedures) OR participate from home via Facebook Live. See below for the video of this week's service!

Half-Marathon/5K - May 21st

Half-Marathon/5K - May 21st

In loving memory and celebration of Liz Irwin: beloved retired Rhinebeck teacher, community member, and congregant. Proceeds benefit the Brain Aneurism Foundation. See below for details on registration and donations.

Food Pantry OPEN Tuesdays 10 AM - 12 PM

Food Pantry OPEN Tuesdays 10 AM - 12 PM

See our SERVICE page for important updates on safety procedures and registration protocols!

Fellowship Time!

Fellowship Time!

Join us after Sunday morning service every week for light refreshments and fellowship!

Lecture Series: Herod the Great and the Politics that Divide Us

Lecture Series: Herod the Great and the Politics that Divide Us

The Institute of Advanced Theology, in collaboration with the Rhinebeck Reformed Church and the Jewish Federation of Dutchess County, present a new lecture series. All videos available on our LUNCH AND LEARN page!

Classic Service Videos

Classic Service Videos

Check out our CLASSIC SERVICES page for videos of significant messages from our recent past - including our recent 290th Anniversary celebration.

Pastoral Letter

Pastoral Letter

See our LEARNING page for this month's letter from Pastor Luis Perez.

New Resources Available for Kids and Teenagers!

New Resources Available for Kids and Teenagers!

Check out our Children's/Youth Ministry page, with a library of videos for the younger members of our community!

Membership

Membership

Please contact Pastor Luis if you are interested in learning more about Rhinebeck Reformed Church.

Calling all knitters and crocheters

Calling all knitters and crocheters

If anyone has the time to knit or crochet a shawl to replenish our supply it would be greatly appreciated. Information about this ministry and instructions for making the shawls will be available in the office. Photo by Kelly Sikkema on Unsplash

Mid Hudson News

Mid Hudson News

Jewish group, Rhinebeck church join forces to bridge cultural, political divides

Rhinebeck Reformed Church is a nearly 300 year old congregation with a timeless mission. That is, to follow the teachings of Jesus Christ and to provide fellowship and spiritual uplift to church members, to the larger Rhinebeck area, and surrounding New York communities as well as to visitors to our area.

Memorial Day 2019

Memorial Day 2019

Memorial Day, 2019 American Legion Montgomery Post 429 Honor Guard after giving the 21-Gun Salute at the Rhinebeck Reformed Church cemetery

Serving Christ and the community since 1731 

JOIN US

WE ARE OPEN!

We are gathering for worship services every Sunday at 10:00 AM.

See our WORSHIP page

for full reopening protocols and safety procedures - 

and see above for videos of recent services!

Sunday 5/15/2022 - John 13:31-35

Sunday morning worship services begin at 10:00 am. We welcome visitors and newcomers to our church. We are the beautiful, historic, white church standing on the corner of Route 9 and South Street in the Village of Rhinebeck, NY. 

Join us in person OR via Facebook Live.

The video of each service will be available on the home page of our website

by Sunday afternoon.

We look forward to continued worship together

across the miles and minutes!

You can find ALL our service videos on our YouTube channel:
RRC YouTube Channel

UPCOMING EVENTS

HALF-MARATHON/5K – May 21, 2022

In loving memory and celebration of

Liz Irwin

beloved retired Rhinebeck teacher, community member, and congregant.

Proceeds benefit the Brain Aneurism Foundation.

Register online: runsignup.com/rhinebeckraces

Visit the Memorial Page: http://give.bafound.org/goto/LizIrwin

CARING FOR CREATION SUNDAY - May 22, 2022

10:00 AM - Sunday Worship Service (at church)

11:30 AM - Picnic at the Pond (Ferncliff Forest)

Celebrate Eastertide with a nature walk and meditation

at the serenely beautiful Ferncliff Forest.

Meeting in the parking lot, we’ll take the short walk together

to the pond pavilion for a bring-your-own lunch.

An extended walk available after lunch to the firetower

with the option of ascending to the cab

for an extensive view of the mid Hudson River valley.

 

PANEL DISCUSSION - May 29, 2022 - 2:00 PM

Pastor Luis, representing the Rhinebeck Reformed Church,

and the Jewish Federation of Dutchess County

have been invited to make a brief presentation

at The Center for Performing Arts at Rhinebeck

on Sunday, May 22nd at 2 p.m.

The brief presentation will spotlight the collaborative work

between both organizations in addressing anti-Semitism

through educational and fellowship efforts.

It will serve as a prelude to the production of the musical Parade,

(The talk is free, but you must purchase tickets for the play.)

FOOD PANTRY OPEN

Tuesdays 10 AM - 12 PM

See our SERVICE page for important updates

on safety procedures and registration protocols!

Click below for more information and the latest updates.

OUR VISION

The mortar that holds our church together is made from LOVE, FAITH, AND HOPE. Love for God and for each other. Faith in His Word. Hope that through our missions and caring for each other, we will make a difference. 

 

Within our religious structure are three main pillars - WORSHIP, LEARNING, AND SERVICE. These strong foundations have helped us stay true to traditional values as well as move forward and evolve along side our community.

WORSHIP

The center of our heart is our sanctuary and historic organ along with our pastor, congregation,
music, and endless love.
Click below to find out more!

LEARNING

We believe the way to grow is to continually learn. We encourage expanding the mind and for all ages. It's good for the heart and soul.
Click below to find out more.

SERVICE

Our parish has multiple avenues through which we serve our community. Helping others is in our blood. Click below to find out more about our efforts!

HISTORIC PAST

With an origin story older than this country, our walls are full of history! We have called the beautiful Hudson Valley home for almost 300 years and are proud of it. Please click the button below to browse the details of our congregation's beginning.

 HELP US TO SPREAD OUR
LOVE, FAITH, AND HOPE