Visiting Pastors 2017
5/28/17 Heather Kramer
How We Worship
Worship is the central act of the church's life. It is the action of acknowledging God's praiseworthiness and glory. We acknowledge God's presence with us through singing, praying, through the sacraments, giving gifts, and attending to a message from the Bible.
Worship celebrates God's greatness and faithfulness to God's beloved creation. Worship enables us to articulate our faith and to put it into practice by celebrating God-with-us in word, song, and responsive action.
Reformed congregations share a commitment to sound preaching, Christian education for people of all ages, and loving spiritual care and guidance. The worship at NBRC follows the RCA liturgy, blending traditional and contemporary forms of expression:
Reformed Church worship is corporate.
Worship is not a performance with the minister as actor or actress and the congregation as the audience. The Word of God and the real presence of Christ Among Us through the Holy Spirit is our focus, and the whole congregation is involved in the service-- in prayer, song, and offering.
Reformed Church worship is sacramental.
When we celebrate the sacraments of baptism and the Lord's Supper, God's Presence is known to us through all of our senses. We hear God's promise of forgiveness; we see and hear the water of baptism that cleanses; we touch and smell and taste the communion elements that signify Christ's body and blood.
Worship provides regular opportunities for our faith to be awakened, renewed, and energized. Come; all things are ready, and all of God's people are welcome!
Sunday Worship Begins at 10 a.m.
We encourage you to arrive a few moments early
to relax and prepare yourself for worship.
Explore Your Faith!
Worship with us
New Baltimore Reformed Church!
Hosted at NBRC:
AA meets Wednesdays, 7 p.m., in Fellowship Hall.
AL-ANON meets Thursdays, 7-8 p.m., in Fellowship Hall.
Choir Practice is held every Thursday evening at 4:45 pm. Come join us as we prepare for the upcoming Lenten Season and Easter Celebration!
If you have need for prayer or pastoral care,
please contact the church at 518-756-8764
or e-mail NBRChurch@aol.com
We gratefully acknowledge and celebrate the annual gift to the church of geraniums,
given by the late Dr. Percy G. Waller. The Waller Trust Fund provides a significant financial gift to the church each year, including the joyous presence of beauty.
Persons are encouraged to contact the church should there be a need for special accommodations
in order to attend worship or any activity.
The New Baltimore Reformed Church is a community of
LOVE, FAITH, and PEACE…
Our LOVE challenges us to be a worshipping congregation,
warmly welcoming all people to join us
as we share the Good News of God’s love.
Our FAITH challenges our church family to
reach out to the families in our community
in God’s love.
Our PEACE challenges us to create a place
of belonging for all
and to take God’s peace into the world.
You are Invited:
Sunday Worship at 10:00 am
Sunday School at 9:00 am
Fellowship and refreshments following worship