Middletown Reformed Church has returned to in person worship as well as via Livestream on our FaceBook page - Middletown Reformed Church. As we continue to live in a pandemic, our society is ever shifting. And so, since the Delta variant of COVID-19 is rising in our area, we strongly urge/request that you please follow the CDC guidelines for wearing masks for vaccinated and unvaccinated people for all church events and worship. As has been the case throughout the pandemic, everyone should make the wisest, safest, and most loving decision for their health, the health of their family, and their neighbor, honoring the Greatest Commandment of Jesus. However you choose to come to church, know you will receive God’s arms wide-open welcome.  




Schedule:

Sunday worship at 10:30 AM in person and YouTube

Mondays: New Jericho Choir rehearsal 6-7:30 PM in the Lower Auditorium

Thursdays: Adult Education at 6:15 PM: Study of Barbara Brown Taylor's An Altar in the World

Thursdays: Joyful Noise Adult Choir rehearsal in the Lower Auditorium, 7:30 PM

Fridays: Big Book AA meeting in the Education Building, 7:30 PM

Saturdays: Saturday Night Live AA meeting in the Education Building, 8 PM



Middletown Reformed Church (MRC) is a welcoming and affirming congregation dual affiliated with the United Church of Christ and the Reformed Church in America, and we are rostered with the non-profit organization Room for All . MRC is a church where the love of God is the guiding principle for all of our ministries. We believe that God’s grace is irresistible, freely given, and available for all people. We are a church committed to social justice, living out the command to do justice, love mercy, and walk humbly with our God. We are a church on the side of love for all God’s people – providing for those who are in need, advocating for all oppressed peoples, and caring for our earth – we love because God first loved us.

This is what you will experience when you worship with us. You will immediately feel welcomed, not only by our greeters, but also by the Spirit of God that is hovering ever-present in our church and among our congregation. You will be moved by our music, at times traditional, but then, at other times, a bit more eclectic. You will be stirred by the liturgy, and you will be challenged and affirmed by the sermons. If you have young ones in your family, you will find one of the most vibrant children and youth programs in New Jersey. Finally, you will find fellowship and kindred spirits during our after worship coffee hour. All of this is to say, you will feel a sense of belonging . . . you will feel God's unconditional Love.



 
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