If you have questions about any of the opportunities for involvement listed
below, please contact Pastor Ned at 932-1967.
deeper into the Word of God each Sunday before the worship service. For adults, teens and children of all ages.
Our choir loves to sing God's praises! Choir rehersal is Wednesday at 8:00 pm, September through June.
and growth in Christ for boys who are becoming men, ages 8 through 14. This Christian Service Brigade ministry includes outdoor
activities, Bible Exploration, fun together. Meetings on alternate Friday evenings, plus special activities. For information
on Brigade contact 932-1967.
Growth as girls in God's grace is the focus of Pioneer Girls, for grades
3 through 8. This affiliate of the nationwide program, Pioneer Clubs, features achievement activities and age appropriate
study of the Bible in order to encourage Christian character in girls as they grow up to become women. They meet on alternate
Friday evenings. For more information on Pioneer Girls contact 761-9903.
Youth Group - Building Lives Around Scriptural Truth - BLAST
The youth group of RRPC is for teenage guys
and girls from grades 8 through 12. They generally meet on the first Sunday afternoon of each month for a time of fun, fellowship
and learning. In addition, there are social activities planned each month which provide a good setting for building friendships
and enjoying life together as young believers.
Bible Study and Prayer
A study of God's Word, Prayer and Fellowship for women, Wednesday evenings in the Log
Chapel from 6:30 to 8.
Men's Bible Study and Prayer
A study of
God's Word, Prayer and Fellowship for men, Wednesday evenings in the Log Chapel from 6:30 to 8.
Door Soup Kitchen
The second Friday of every month (at 4:30 pm), members of Redeemer Reformed Presbyterian
Church go to the Open Door soup kitchen to serve dinner and minister to those being served.
Stanton Nursing Home Outreach
The fourth Thursday of each the month (at 6:30 pm), members
of Redeemer Reformed Presbyterian Church go to Stanton Nursing home to sing hymns with the residents and bring a message from
Food Pantry Collection
Non-perishable food items are collected and taken
monthly to the Cornerstone food pantry in Hudson Falls
Infant and toddler clothing, diapers, formula, and maternity clothes for the Open Arms
Crisis Pregnancy center in Glens Falls