See below for a video of Lenten music from RRC Organist Sally Hitchcock and Music Ministry Team Director Caleb Nelson.
Ash Wednesday Service
See our CLASSIC SERVICES page for the video of our Ash Wednesday service.
No Livestreaming - But Recorded Services Still Available!
We are gathering for worship every Sunday at 10:00 AM! To ensure a higher quality viewing experience for all, we will not be livestreaming our services, but we will continue recording them. Each week, the service video will be available on our website no later than 12:00 PM. See our WORSHIP page for our reopening protocols and safety procedures - and see below for the video of this week's service!
2/21 - Lecture Series: Women of Faith
The Institute of Advanced Theology, in collaboration with the Rhinebeck Reformed Church and the Jewish Federation of Dutchess County, introduce the Spring 2021 Lecture Series, Women of Faith. See below for details about the first lecture on February 21st! Participants can register at the following link: https://jewishdutchess.org/events
ADULT BIBLE STUDY
Starting Monday Feb. 15 and for the following 5 weeks, Jane Ferguson and Dave Baldauf will be facilitating a Bible study discussion of Timothy Keller’s book The Prodigal God: Recovering the Heart of the Christian Faith. We will gather via Zoom from 7:30 to 8:30 on Monday evenings. Please sign up by e-mail (firstname.lastname@example.org) so you can receive a Zoom Invitation.
FOOD PANTRY OPEN TUESDAYS 10 AM - 12 PM
The food pantry is OPEN every Tuesday, 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM. No ID/registration required. See the SERVICE page for more details - including Winter Procedures and updated DONATIONS INFO!
Thank you, Rotary!
The Rhinebeck Rotary Club donates masks to local businesses and institutions, including the Rhinebeck Reformed Church. The masks donated to the church will be shared with the church’s pantry clients. Special thanks to Rotary member Louis Turpin, a fellow congregant, and Rotary President Bill Schaefer for organizing this donation.
See our LEARNING page for a letter from Pastor Luis Perez.
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!
Please contact Pastor Luis if you are interested in learning more about Rhinebeck Reformed Church.
Classic Service Videos
Check out our CLASSIC SERVICES page for videos of significant messages from our recent past.
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
Beekman Livingston Perez Scholars
2019 Beekman Livingston Perez Scholarship Recipients
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.
Food Pantry OPEN - Tuesdays 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Our food pantry is open every Tuesday, 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM! No ID/registration required. See our SERVICE page for more food pantry information -including winter procedures and donation info!
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
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 the video of last Sunday's service!
Sunday 2/21/2021 - Mark 1:12-15
Sunday morning worship services begin at 10:00 am. We welcome visitors and newcomers to our church and encourage them to join us afterwards in Cordes Hall for fellowship and refreshments. We are the beautiful, historic, white church standing on the corner of Route 9 and South Street in the Village of Rhinebeck, NY.
To ensure a higher quality viewing experience for all, we will NOT be livestreaming our services.
However, we will continue recording them!
The video of each service will be available on the home page of our website
by 12:00 PM each Sunday.
We look forward to continued worship together
across the miles and minutes!
NEW LECTURE SERIES:
WOMEN OF FAITH
The Institute of Advanced Theology,
in collaboration with the Rhinebeck Reformed Church
and the Jewish Federation of Dutchess County,
introduce the Spring 2021 Lecture Series, Women of Faith.
This series will occur every third Sunday of the month
at 1:00 PM via Zoom.
Participants can register at the following link:
The videos are available
on the LUNCH AND LEARN page of our website.
Sunday 2/21/2021: The Biblical Period
Miriam, the sister of Moses
ADULT BIBLE STUDY CLASS
Starting Monday Feb. 15 and for the following 5 weeks,
Jane Ferguson and Dave Baldauf will be facilitating a Bible study discussion
of Timothy Keller’s book The Prodigal God: Recovering the Heart of the Christian Faith.
This book is a meditation on the parable of the Prodigal Son.
We will gather via Zoom from 7:30 to 8:30 on Monday evenings.
Please sign up by e-mail (email@example.com)
so you can receive a Zoom Invitation.
FOOD PANTRY OPEN
Tuesdays 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM
No ID/registration required.
See our SERVICE page for more food pantry
information -including winter procedures
and donation info!
Click below for more information and the latest updates.
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.
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.