The Altamont Reformed Church family invites you to share in our worship and join in our fellowship. We come from many walks of life and have joined together for one purpose: to learn what it means to love God and love others. If you go to church regularly or have never attended before ... if you have great faith or great doubts ... if you have followed or have failed ... you are welcome in our community.
While our services are now being held online, we are still enjoying fellowship and learning from God's word. Please join us at 10:30 a.m.
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic emergency, we are not meeting in the church sanctuary. There will be "virtual services" online at 10:30 a.m. on Sundays through September 27.
Please CLICK HERE for information on how to attend services on your computer or phone.
The church office generally is open from 8 a.m. to noon, Monday through Friday.
ARC is planning to resume worship in our sanctuary in October. On October 4, only members of Consistory and greeters/ushers will attend as a "test run." That service will be available for streaming online.
CLICK HERE to read a summary of ARC's reopening plan. More details will be posted on the website over the next few weeks.
While we can't meet in our sanctuary at present, ARC still needs to pay the bills. Now you can send your regular offering through the internet. ARC has set up an account with PayPal Nonprofit for this purpose. CLICK HERE for our donation page and all the information you'll need to send your offering.
Get ready for the Sunday sermon by reading relevant Scripture passages during the week. Check out our NEW PAGE with readings that are part of a regular, three-year rotation known as the Revised Common Lectionary. The lectionary was developed a long time ago, but you'll often find that the reading of the day will be exactly what you need to hear.
The Consistory strongly encourages everyone to get a flu shot this fall, especially if they are planning to come to the sanctuary for worship. Flu season will be upon us soon, and with two significant respiratory viruses circulating, we do not want to compound risks and concerns. Let’s do what we can to keep ourselves and others safe. This is another way to show love for our neighbors.