Katsbaan Reformed Church
1801 Old Kings Highway, Saugerties, Ulster County, New York, 12477


               

Established in 1710   ~   Built in 1732

Records at Katsbaan start November 8th, 1730.
The land was leased from Kingston Commons March 1, 1731.
The Church was built by Palantine Germans and Dutch in 1732.
It was incorporated March 28, 1796 and reincorporated
as the Reformed Church of Katsbaan July 1, 1892.






Katsbaan Reformed Church Mission Statement

The Katsbaan Reformed Church is a Christian congregation called by God, who
challenges and empowers us to be the very presence of Jesus Christ in our community.
We will seek to be that presence by sharing God's love with our neighbors.


Church Phone: 845-246-7928

Pastor James Macarille ~ 845-338-6669
Church Office Hours: Thursdays 6:00pm-8:00pm

Pastor Peter Walshe ~ 518-731-7325



Sunday Worship Service & Sunday School ~~ 10:00am
(Sunday School students attend the beginning of the Church service,
then they are dismissed to go to the Church Hall for their lessons.)

Directions from Saugerties:
Route 212 to Route 32 North ~ follow for 2 miles.
Turn right onto Old Kings Highway (first right after People's Road).
At 4-way stop go straight 1 mile (just past the Lazy Swan Golf Course)

Directions from Greene County:
Take Route 23A, turn left onto Old Kings Road ~ 6 miles in (just past Total Tennis)

CLICK HERE for Google Map & directions






Please join us for Bible Study with Pastor Jim Macarille each Thursday from 7:00pm to 8:00pm

Please note: Bible Study will resume in September!
If you think of any topics you'd like to discuss or a particular book
in the Bible you'd like to learn more about, please let Pastor Jim know!








As you can see in the photos above, the Katsbaan Reformed Church steeple
is in need of repair! We are currently looking to raise the funds for
those repairs. The cost has been estimated to be $40,000.
Thanks to the love and generosity of the Bruderhof Community,
if we can raise $20,000, they will match that amount
in memory of Nick Steyer, our dear friend and Brother in Christ!!


Thanks to the generosity of church members, friends and our community, we're halfway to our goal!!



If you would like to make a donation, you have two options:

A check made payable to "Katsbaan Reformed Church", with "steeple fund" in the memo,
and mailed to: Katsbaan Reformed Church, 1801 Old Kings Highway, Saugerties, NY 12477.

OR

Go to our GoFundMe site to make a donation.

Please keep the steeple repair project in your prayers! God Bless!






Hope Rocks Festival at Cantine Field in Saugerties
Saturday, August 18, 2018 & Sunday, August 19, 2018

A festival to illuminate the darkness of addiction and depression
(website: Hope Rocks)

For more information, email rocksmorse@gmail.com
or click on this link to the facebook page:
Hope Rocks Festival on Facebook

Katsbaan Reformed Church will have volunteers at the
Saugerties Area of Council of Churches Booth both days!





   PASTOR'S PAGE   
** Pastor Jim's August Message **

  PASTOR JIM'S SERMONS  

   OUR CHURCH FAMILY   
Consistory, Sunday School, Ladies Aid Society
"What's New", "In Memory"


  CALENDAR OF EVENTS & PASTORAL SUPPLY  

  TAKE A PHOTO TOUR OF OUR CHURCH  

  CHURCH HISTORY  

  HISTORIC PIPE ORGAN  

  KATSBAAN CEMETERY  

  SAUGERTIES AREA COUNCIL OF CHURCHES  

  SAUGERTIES FOOD PANTRY  

  REFORMED CHURCH IN AMERICA  

  "THINK ON THESE THINGS"  

"The Legend of the Dogwood"
"The True Meaning of Stress"; "Success is not the key to happiness";
"Live Simply"; "The 23rd Psalm for Busy People"
"Something To Think About!"; "Attitude"
"Top 10 Reasons to Lead a Simple Life"; "Enjoy Your Coffee"








Look for our Church members volunteering around our community.
We have members working at the Well,
and the Saugerties Food Pantry on Partition Street.
We are also a participating member of the Saugerties Area Council Of Churches.





"If anyone thirsts, let him come to me and drink.
Whoever believes in me, as the Scripture has said,
Out of his heart will flow rivers of living water.'"

John 7:37-38




Last update of this website:
August 18, 2018