COVID protocol: Masks and registration required for worship.
Community Reformed Church
701 Sand Creek Road Colonie New York
Indoor and Zoom Worship 10 AM
Reverend Bruce K. Cornwell, Pastor
The Community Reformed Church of Colonie welcomes you. We are a community bound together and energized by faith, love, and commitment to Jesus Christ. And even though you may not yet share that faith, love, and commitment, you are most welcome to be with us, to belong here, to experience what we're about. Then, if you are attracted and persuaded by what you see and hear, we hope you'll want to set down roots here long-term. And even if you don't, you'll always be a friend.
Programs are slowly restarting in a variety of ways. Please contact the church for information regarding your specific area of interest.
Indoor worship with
Register Here by Friday prior to worship.
Sunday Bulletin found Here!
Masks are required for worship services. Many will remain hesitant to shake hands, or other physical touch, and we ask for all to be respectful of those wishes.
We ask that donations be made by PayPal (scroll down to app), direct bank payment, or by mail.
Community Reformed is a barrier-free facility.
Large print bulletins are available.
Gathering Zoom Devotions
Devotionals are held twice a week on Zoom. You are invited to join on Tuesdays from 4:00-4:30PM and Thursdays from 6:30-7PM for reflection, prayer, and fellowship.
Getting to know us:
Colonie Community Day Care
Colonie Community Day Care
in accordance with New York Covid-19 Guidelines.
The Colonie Community Day Care Center is a private, not-for-profit organization under the auspices of the Community Reformed Church. The Day Care Center, founded in 1975, is licensed by the New York State Department of Social Services. The hours are from 7:30 am to 5:30 pm, Monday through Friday. The center is open all year.
Meeting every Friday from 7:30 pm to 8:30 pm, Meetings are currently being held virtually.
Al-Anon is for anyone who has been affected by alcoholism. If you are concerned about someone else's drinking, the Al-Anon program can offer help. Al-Anon began over 50 years ago as "family groups," attended by the families of alcoholics who found sobriety in Alcoholics Anonymous. Today, Al-Anon/Alateen members are finding serenity and help in our program, whether the alcoholic is still drinking or not. Recovery in Al-Anon is based on the Twelve Steps (adapted from Alcoholics Anonymous).
Throughout the year, we work with numerous agencies and organizations throughout the Capital District and beyond. The Schulyer Inn Shelter, Colonie Outreach Center, Albany Overflow Shelter, Things of My Very Own, and Reformed Church World Service are just a few organizations that we support.
When our worship is over, our service begins.
For where two or three are gathered in my name,
I am there among them.