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Our Women's Group that is reviewing the book "Made to Crave" is meeting tonight at 7:30pm in the chapel.
It's not too late to join us, we'd love to have you!
Due to the increasing snow all evening activities are cancelled for tonight!
Tonight's Kid Connection and RIOT Youth Groups are cancelled because of the winter weather. Stay safe and warm!
Christmas Eve Service: Join us tonight at 6PM to celebrate the Good News of Jesus' birth. We'll enjoy some favorite Christmas carols and share communion in this special holiday service. Bring your extended family and friends!
Tonight Kid Connection (3years-5th grade) and RIOT (6-8th grade) Wednesday Night programs begin at North Holland Reformed Church. Join us from 6:30-8:00pm - All are Welcome!
Do you have supper plans?
Tonight North Holland is hosting a free 50s Diner-style Dinner to kick off our Wednesday night programs! All are welcome!
Bring your family and join us at church anytime between 6-7:30 tonight for delicious Hamburgers, Hot Dogs, Root beer Floats and Cinnamon rolls!
Get Involved In Our Ministries
Children from age 3 through 5th grade learn key biblical truths in a fun, creative way; beginning with a large group lesson with music and skits, the children then break into smaller classes to discuss and apply the lessons to their lives.
Wednesdays – 6:30pm
Middle School Youth Group
In RIOT (Reaching in and Out Together) Youth Group, students in 6th-8th grade explore their beliefs, strengthen their faith, and build self-esteem and positive relationships through lessons, games and generally having fun together.
Wednesdays — 6:30pm
High School Youth Group
In RCYF (Reformed Church Youth Fellowship), students in 9th-12th grade deepen faith and friendships through bible study, topical discussions, and fun outings. They put their faith into action through service and mission projects.
Sundays – 4:00pm
Children & Worship
Children from age 3 through 4th grade are dismissed early from our worship service for an age appropriate worship experience. A Bible story and response time create a structured yet imaginative setting to begin forming worship identity.
Sundays - 10:00am
Youth and adults participate in topical and Bible-based studies to grow in their biblical knowledge, develop their theological understanding, and strengthen their faith.
Sundays – 10:45am
Adult Small Groups meet bi-weekly for a time of study, prayer, fellowship, and service. These groups are intergenerational. Anyone is encouraged to form new small groups.
2nd & 4th Sundays – 6:30pm
Learn More About Us
North Holland Reformed Church is a growing and multi-generational congregation located on Holland’s north side. With a history dating back almost to the original settlement of Holland, the stories of our past are an important part of who we are today! We work hard to honor our past while reaching towards the future, blending past and present, young and old, traditional and contemporary as we worship and serve together. North Holland has a long history of supporting missions around the world, as well as a strong commitment to ministry in our local community.
As a part of the Reformed Church in America, we believe the Bible is our final authority in faith, and our guide for life. God’s Word shows us that we are imperfect and sinful people, living in a broken world. On our own, we are incapable of living in right relationship with the holy God who created us. But because of his great love for us, God sent his Son, Jesus, to rescue us. Jesus Christ lived a perfect, sinless life and then sacrificed it for our sake, conquering sin and death by rising from the dead. Now he is seated at God’s right hand, serving as an intercessor for us in heaven. God’s Word teaches us that by turning from our sin and trusting in Christ, we can be reconciled in our relationship with God and share in the hope of eternal life. This good news of God’s great love compels us to go out and share God’s love with others. In gratitude for all God has done for us, we worship God and live out our faith by serving others in our community and our world.