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Welcome to The Reformed Dutch Church of Claverack

Worship at 9:30am in our Sanctuary has resumed.
We will follow all state safety regulations.
There will be no coffee hour at church but a zoom virtual coffee hour will happen at 11 am.
All are welcome to worship with us.

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Welcome to The Reformed Dutch Church of Claverack

Worship at 9:30am in our Sanctuary has resumed.
We will follow all state safety regulations.
There will be no coffee hour at church but a zoom virtual coffee hour will happen at 11 am.
All are welcome to worship with us.

Join Our Prayer Chain to Stay Informed

Our Beliefs

We welcome anyone who is seeking Jesus Christ, or wishes to strengthen their relationship with God, Jesus Christ, and the Holy Spirit.

The Reformed Dutch Church in Claverack is a member of the Reformed Church in America, commonly referred to as the RCA. We are a Christian congregation that responds to the mission of the RCA and the Great Commission to go forth and make disciples of all nations, baptizing and teaching in the name of Jesus Christ (Matthew 28; 16).

Our Christian beliefs are concisely stated in the Apostles’ Creed. We confess that Jesus Christ is our Savior and Lord, and when we earnestly repent our sins, we believe we will be forgiven and have everlasting life. We believe in the trinity – God the Father, his Son Jesus Christ, and the Holy Spirit. The lessons on which we strive to live our lives are found in the Holy Scripture – the Bible, the final authority for our beliefs. Use these links to find out more about the Reformed Church in America and Our Beliefs

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Pastor’s Corner October 2020

“Practicing the Presence of God” Do you struggle with prayer? Brother Lawrence was a monk who was born in the 17th century He never received any formal education and yet he left behind one of the classic memoirs of the devotional life, The Practice of the Presence of God. In 1666 he became a lay brother in Paris. He worked in the kitchen calling himself the “servant of servants.” He was at first confused about [...]

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