Category Archives: News & Announcements

Join us for our live nativity. The live nativity is scheduled for Saturday, December 16th at 4:00pm

It’s time to deck the halls!

Join us next Sunday, November 26th after the worship service as we decorate the church to celebrate the Advent of our Lord’s birth.

We will have a potluck following the decorating.  Please bring soup, salad, bread, dessert, or drinks to share.

Join us for a trash-free Thanksgiving! We are hoping to reduce, recycle, and reuse this Thanksgiving!

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Please bring your own non-disposable plates, silverware, glassware, napkins, etc to use during your Thanksgiving meal.  We are hoping to cut down on the amount of trash we create in hopes to spare are already overfilled dumpsite.

Things may be rough, but let’s get together and thank God for life, family, good friends, and ALL of our blessings!

When:  Thanksgiving Day.  Thursday, November 23rd.

Where: St Croix Reformed Church

Time: Appetizers at 2:00pm and Dinner at 3:00pm

We will take care of the turkey, please bring a dish to share.

Join us for a trash-free Thanksgiving! We are hoping to reduce, recycle, and reuse this Thanksgiving!

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Please bring your own non-disposable plates, silverware, glassware, napkins, etc to use during your Thanksgiving meal.  We are hoping to cut down on the amount of trash we create in hopes to spare are already overfilled dumpsite.

Things may be rough, but let’s get together and thank God for life, family, good friends, and ALL of our blessings!

When:  Thanksgiving Day.  Thursday, November 23rd.

Where: St Croix Reformed Church

Time: Appetizers at 2:00pm and Dinner at 3:00pm

We will take care of the turkey, please bring a dish to share.

Worship service resumes at 9:30am!

Please join us for worship every Sunday at 9:30am!

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Join us for worship service at 11:00am on Sunday, October 8th!

Our doors are open and we are waiting for you!

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Hurricane Maria

Hurricane Maria Update

God’s house and people up the hill withstood Maria’s fierce winds. The building sustained some minor damage.  The wooden cross was knocked down. The Church signs were damaged. We had flooding in the classrooms and the sanctuary.  Some of the Sunday School curriculum was destroyed by the flooding. We had a couple of broken windows and plenty of trees are down. The wind turbine was lowered and should be up again when the island’s grid comes back. In additional to helping members and island family, we’ve also been reaching out to St. Thomas and St. John through the St Thomas Reformed Church.

Please make a contribution to our Hurricane Relief Fund

Communion Sunday Service at 11:30am

Please join us the first Sunday of the month for Communion Sunday.  The worship service will start at 11:30am.

World Communion Day

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Did you know that you can make an online donation to the St Croix Reformed Church!

Support Our Ministry!  Contribute Online Now via NetworkForGood.org. This handy link is being used by members, and far-flung friends of the congregation to support our ministry.

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Click the donate now online button as seen above.  It will take you to the Network for Good page.  You can then donate online to The St Croix Reformed Church.  You can designate a specific purpose for your donation if you’d like.

The church suffered some damage during Hurricane Maria.  We will use these donations to fix the Church, fix the generator, and to contribute to local missions such as My Brother’s Table.

Thank you for your support.

Update from St Thomas Reformed Church 9/19/2017

This might be my last post for a while. Looks like Maria is still coming our way. I wanted to write about all of the wonderful things that happened yesterday as countless volunteers continued to give and serve. I’ll send pictures of the wood donations being handed out, the meals being served at MBW, and the groceries and supplies being distributed at our church. I know over 200 families were given supplies enough for a couple of days. Bright spots of course are the children and yesterday we were serenaded by two of our younger volunteers. UPS even got in on the action donating one of their trucks for us to move supplies. Thank you UPS and the Salvation Army for working out those details. The most wonderful blessing was opening a pallet in that big 40 foot container and finding boxes of supplies from Ponce Puerto Rico all decorated and hand signed with prayers and blessings. Many of the cans were labeled with a heart sending their love. For those of you who don’t know Ponce is where our XYG youth group served on their mission trip last year. The blessings have now come full circle. “Cast your bread upon the waters and it will come back to you.” -Ecclesiastes 11:1
We truly appreciate all the prayers and support that you have been sending our way. We are now keeping our brothers and sisters on St. Croix and Puerto Rico and all the neighboring islands in our prayers as Maria moves through in the next couple of days. I am optimistic because I have faith in God and in the ability of God’s faithful people to endure trials and tribulations. I wish I could say things were great here but they are not and so many people are suffering. We will continue to do what we can to get relief supplies into the hands of those who need it the most. (As a reminder you can give financial donations on our website and through our app or by sending a check which will all go into our Irma relief fund. Financial supplies will help the most long term. Please do not send us clothes!!!)

I thank everyone on the outside who has been working diligently to assist us in this time of great need.
Keep praying…
Peace,
Jeff