Who are we? We are ordinary people pursuing a real connection to Jesus Christ and his work in our world. What is our Mission? We are aiming to connect the people of Delaware and Otsego Counties to the love of Christ, welcoming them to historic patterns of worshipping God, to the proclamation of the Good News about Jesus, and to solid teaching from the whole Bible in keeping with the Reformed confessions, all in a prayerful, Christian community.



Reformed refers to our absolute commitment to the Bible as the Word of God and to the Good News that people are saved only because of God's grace in Christ received by faith and issuing in a life of obedience. Presbyterian refers to our church governance by qualified men alongside the pastor. We are a congregation of the Reformed Presbyterian Church of North America, which agrees with the historic Christian faith expressed in the Apostles', Nicene, Athanasian, and Chalcedonian creeds. We subscribe to the Westminster Confession of Faith and Catechisms. The Bible is the basis for all we do, believe, and teach.


What can you expect when you visit? Our hour of worship looks like this: Portions of the Bible are read and explained in their relevance to life; we sing other portions of Scripture meant to be sung in praise to God (the Psalms); we pray for each other's needs, our world, and our community, and we give thanks to God for his many good gifts. You'll also see God's goodness displayed in Baptism and the Lord's Supper. Worship is other-worldly, because in it we enter the presence of a holy God, Father, Son, and Holy Spirit.