A Community of Believers
First Reformed Church in Grandville, MI is a community of people on a journey together seeking to be faithful in following Jesus Christ.
We believe worship should be joy-filled, using a variety of music. We believe in intellectual integrity; rightly dividing the Word of Truth. We acknowledge that no one has “arrived,” but that we journey together, caring for each other, holding each other up in prayer, and walking together through times of joy and sorrow.
We like to laugh. We like to eat. We like to meet new people. There are teaching and learning opportunities for every age. Check out our website for information galore! We welcome the opportunity to meet you!
Sunday, September 25, at 9:30am
There is a great gap between the rich and the poor. Jesus deftly portrays that gap in this parable, contrasting and accentuating the way the world is for the rich and the way it is for the poor. And then, Jesus moves beyond the mere facts of this life into the facts of life after life. The poor man, Lazarus, dies and is carried to the bosom of Father Abraham. He is definitely brought to a better existence in life where he who was vulnerable and had no protection against the harshness of life in this world receives embrace, comfort, and protection in eternity. As for the rich man, he goes immediately to Hades.
Adult Sunday school begins this week! Jeff Watson will teach about his time in Israel.
Growing Young Together
We have teamed up with Fuller Youth Institute’s Growing Young team, which provides us with resources & tools to gather vital insights about First’s effectiveness with the youth in the Grandville community.
Through gathering insights and feedback from the entire congregation, we are working to grow together, with all generations represented, in Christ’s family.
This is an exciting time at First Reformed Church as we grow intergenerationally.
What gifts do you have? At First, there is a place for you to use those gifts and passions to further God’s Kingdom. In each of our ministries, you’ll have an opportunity to bless others and be blessed.