Our Site

Our landmarked 1844 Church is the fourth on this site,

succeeding our 1680, 1715 and 1787 Churches.

Our ministry dates to 1656, the Congregation to 1665. During worship you might find yourself sitting next to a direct descendant of a Revolutionary War hero, or of our original "Voorlezer." 

The Annex was built in 1898 for the Sunday School, begun in 1812.

We call it the Teale Space after its architect/magician designer.

Our cemetery, the oldest in continuous use on Staten Island, is among the ten oldest in New York City.

Our Church and Cemetery are each Landmarks

and nominees for the National Historic Site

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Today's Reformed Church on Staten Island was erected in 1844 to the design of Staten Island builder James G. Burger.