The Pottersville Reformed Church is a friendly and caring group of people joined together to worship and serve our Lord Jesus Christ. The word “Reformed” comes from the Protestant Reformation that swept across Europe in the 1500s under the leadership of such men as Martin Luther and John Calvin. Calvin’s reformation at Geneva spread to many countries, including Scotland (where it became the Presbyterian Church) and the Netherlands (where it became our ancestor, the Dutch Reformed Church). The Reformation emphasized salvation through faith alone, the importance of preaching in worship, the sovereignty of God in creation and redemption, and the centrality of the gospel in the life of the church. The Dutch Reformed Church established its first congregation in New Amsterdam in 1628. Although Dutch in origin, the Reformed Church in America has for decades included peoples of many different races and nationalities in its congregations. As a Reformed Church we are committed to a representative system of church government and are committed to living out the implications of God’s grace in our every day life at home, work and play.
Our Mission Statement:
Pottersville Reformed Church is:
Committed to the study of scripture and to prayer.
Passionate about encountering God’s presence in worship.
Intentional about connecting with people beyond our faith community.
Determined to minister to the hurting, both locally and globally, in Jesus’ name.
Church Leadership 2017
Minister of Church Life – Pastor Tom Giglio
Elders: Phil Pesce & Karen Uhler
Deacons: Charity Elmendorf, Terri Tweedie & Joe DiMartino
Church Office 908-439-2628
Music Ministry – Adam Rothman, Arielle D’Elia & Rebekah Stickler
Administrative Assistant - Nancy Campbell
Children’s Church Coordinator – Jeanne Giglio
Church e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org