Love your Neighbor.
It's that simple.
If you are looking for a calm center in your life,
to step out of the chaos of the 21st century,
into a place where reading and contemplation of the bible
provide a respite for your mind
and a way forward for your spirit.
Visit us on a
Sunday at 11 am.
We would love
to welcome you.
Until we gather again,
let us use the quiet
of social distancing
to listen for
the voice of our risen Savior.
We have been doing this since 1656.
The liturgy in use today is substantially
as when first adopted in 1558
and precisely what it was in 1619
when it was translated into English.
Worship Service Sundays 11 am
They came to the Dutch Church not because of their heritage, many who came were not Dutch and still aren't. They came because of who the Dutch Church was and what she stood for. Not long after their arrival they set this sacred space apart, which we still occupy today and for the next three and one half centuries have gathered here.
"In seasons of plenty and in want, in seasons of distress and grief,
in times of peace and prosperity, they came -- and 350 years later they still come."
Elder Dr. Warren A. Mac Kenzie
on 350th Anniversary 1665-2015