Altamont Reformed Church

OUR COMMUNITY WELCOMES YOU

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. as we meet in our virtual worship space.

SERVICES ON ZOOM

The ARC Consistory has decided to suspend in-person worship due to the increase in COVID-19 cases in our region. The service on Sunday, Feb. 28, will be held at 10:30 a.m. on Zoom at this link. Here is the bulletin for the service. Other recent bulletins can be found here.

Click here for more information about the service and how to join us by phone.

Get ready for Sunday with daily readings from the Common Lectionary.


BLANKETS+ CAMPAIGN
STARTS FEBRUARY 14

From Feb. 14 to March 14, contributions will be collected to support Church World Service in its efforts to supply blankets, hygiene kits, tents, COVID-19 education, and other tools to refugees and to those suffering from natural disasters.

Click here to see our progress and for more information on how to donate to this project.

GIVE YOUR
OFFERING ONLINE

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.

SERVICE RECORDINGS

Click here to hear the prelude and sermon recorded on February 21. Click here for audio and video recordings of services and sermons in 2021 and here for recordings made in 2020.

TIME TO ORDER
EASTER FLOWERS!

Anyone wishing to order plants for Easter Sunday, April 4, is asked to complete this order form and mail it to John or Natalie Drahzal at PO Box 174, East Berne, NY 12059 or call them at 518-872-9735 by Wednesday, March 24.

READINGS FOR LENT

These 40 devotions reflect on the Psalms. John Calvin called the Psalms “an anatomy of all parts of the soul.” It’s an apt description. The Psalms contain the whole range of human emotion—from grief to joy, from hatred to compassion, from doubt to praise. Meditating on the Psalms
is a fitting way to move through Lent, a season when we ponder our humanity, grieve our sinfulness, and give thanks for Christ’s gift.