About Us

Our Name


Reformed has its origin in the 16th Century Reformation, at which time the Church was reformed by a returning to the Bible as the rule for all of life. We seek also to be continually Reforming, that is, continually turning and returning to God’s Word to direct our lives.

Church means “the called out ones.” It is those who are called together in new spiritual life in Jesus out of their old spiritual darkness. God has called the Church to be the pillar and ground of the truth. It has existed since the beginning of the world, and will be until its end, since it is God Himself Who calls His people out, gathering them, protecting them and preserving them.

Our Denomination

Our Beliefs

As members of Christ’s church, We each confess this truth:
My comfort is, that  I am not my own but belong not to myself, but to my faithful Saviour Jesus Christ. The reason I have this comfort is because He has fully paid for all my sins.

​​We believe that in worship,  our gracious God enters into a dialogue or conversation 
with His people. He speaks to us through the reading of scripture and the preaching of His Word. We respond with songs and hymns, and with prayers, offerings and thanksgiving. 
Romans 10, Ephesians 5:19

Our beliefs are summarized in the Ecumenical Creeds and by the Three Forms of Unity. These confessions are widely accepted as official statements of doctrine by Reformed churches.



Our Pastor

Currently vacant.