We begin our week by worshipping God on Sunday, the Lord’s Day. This is one of the important ways in which we seek to put God first in our lives. Worshipping together reminds us that the Church is a community of people seeking God’s guidance and hoping to grow in faith, rather than an organization that dispenses religious goods and services. Join us in worship on Sundays at 8:00 or 10:00am!


Music is an important part of First Reformed Church of Scotia. For many music is a doorway into a deeper life of faith. During worship we sing a variety of hymns and responses from the many eras of Christian faith. We are blessed by a fine sanctuary choir and other musical ensembles. Our sanctuary supports our music with excellent acoustics. Our June Selke Memorial Organ, a 4-manual, 132 rank hybrid (meaning both pipe and digital) organ was built by Allen Organ Studios of Delmar, NY and Allen Organ Company of Macungie, PA in 2013. You are invited to speak to our Director of Music Barret Germain or to our pastor to learn more.


First Reformed Church of Scotia is blessed to have a congregation with people of all ages and abilities, and from a variety of backgrounds. Many who join us for worship for the first time experience a genuine sense of welcome and are drawn through worship, learning opportunities, fellowship and service into a deeper sense of belonging in our faith community.


First Reformed Church of Scotia isn't a building; it's not even, primarily, an organization. First Reformed Church is a fellowship of people who gather to worship God, who encourage one another in the Way of Christ, and who try to live out Christ's Way in the world.