Zeltenreich Reformed Church
Who We Are
Zeltenreich Reformed Church is a member church of the United Reformed Churches in North America. Although the church can trace its history back to 1728 it returned to its Reformed heritage in July of 2011 when the members of Zeltenreich UCC merged with Covenant Reformed Church.
Our worship is patterned after the principles set forth in Scripture and is, by and far, traditional. We confess ancient creeds and confessions, sing psalms and hymns, confess our sins corporately, hear God's promise of forgiveness, receive the tithes and offerings devoted to the Lord, pray to the Lord through the Pastoral Prayer, hear the readings of Scripture, listen respectfully to the preaching of the sermon, and observe the Lord's Supper weekly. We observe the sacrament of baptism, both for infants and new converts, when required.
Our church provides numerous opportunities for fellowship and growth. We have a 45 minute (9:15 to 10:00) abbreviated worship service prior to our weekly morning worship (10:30) at which adults and children are instructed in the teachings of Scripture.
There are Bible studies for men, women, young men, and young ladies held monthly.
A Prayer Meeting is held on the 1st and 3rd Wednesdays of the month.
We are always looking for ways to reach out to those who have yet to embrace the Gospel and come to faith in Christ.
We support a number of missionaries and church plants in the US and around the world.