We are Glad You are Here
Thanks for stopping by our church website! First Reformed Church is located in downtown Grand Haven, Michigan.  We’ve kept this site simple with some of the basic information about us.   We invite you to take a few minutes to find out a little bit about who we are and what we are about.  Even better, we'd love to have you to join us for worship or any other time we get together.
* Worship is at 10:00 AM on Sundays.  All are welcomed in grace!  Don't worry about what to wear.  We are casual to coat & tie and everything in between.
* Sermons are updated regularly so please come back.
Join us March 27-29, 2020 at Camp Geneva for our 2nd Annual All-Church Retreat. This weekend is designed as an opportunity for the whole family to get away (all ages are welcome), for our entire congregation to have some extended time in God's presence, and for enjoying some fun and fellowship with one another.
We'll enjoy multiple opportunities to worship together, opportunities to learn and grow, group and family discussion times, prayer times, opportunities to build relationships and to share how God is working in our lives, and of course we'll lots of opportunities for fun and fellowship.
We hope you'll join us!
Click here to register online.
God is present and active EVERYWHERE. Sometimes we just don't recognize it. Throughout this year, as we continue the journey of posturing ourselves to experience more of God's manifest presence in our lives, we want to develop our ability to recognize WHERE and HOW God is at work in our everyday lives, and to develop a habit of sharing the stories of our experiences with others. It is our hope, this year, to collect 5,000 stories of how people are seeing and experiencing God's presence in their everyday lives. Click here to visit our online form where you can share your own story of how you've seen and experienced God's presence in your life. And feel free to come back as often as you'd like and share more stories as you experience them.
What Is The Bible All About?
For a brief retelling of the story that runs through the Bible, (the "metanarrative" for you literary types)  please check out the excellent video below.  You can also click over to "The Gospel" page for an explanation about the great news of how God rescues people through Jesus Christ.