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.
Please join us on Sunday mornings at 10:30 a.m. either in the sanctuary or on Zoom.
Services are being held in the sanctuary. We are following safety guidelines as required by the state. Please go to this page for details.
Because the space in the sanctuary is limited due to social distancing, please contact the church office at 518-861-8711 or email email@example.com between Monday morning and Thursday afternoon to let us know that you are planning to attend the service in person.
Services also are being streamed on Zoom at this link. To follow the order of worship, view or download the worship bulletin. Sunday bulletins are usually available on the Friday afteroon before the service. Other recent bulletins can be found here.
Click here for more information about the virtual service and how to join us by phone.
Tuesday, May 11:
Congregational Life Committee, 7 p.m. in Fellowship Hall
Wednesday, May 12: Choir rehearsal, 7 p.m. in the sanctuary
Sunday, May 16: Worship Service in the sanctuary and on Zoom.
Daily readings from the Common Lectionary help us to prepare our hearts for next Sunday's sermon.
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.
On May 23 at 2 p.m., Altamont Reformed Church will be represented in the Altamont Memorial Day Parade with a float celebrating our well-loved First Monday Community Dinners. Our Congregational Life Committee invites you to watch the parade and support our participation.
Pastor Matthew leads a Bible study on the Book of James on the first Wednesday of each month. If you're interested in putting your faith into action, this book will speak to you. The next study will be on Wednesday, June 2, at 7 pm on Zoom: click here for more information on how to attend.