At Clover Hill Reformed Church, we strive to be a place where people of all ages and walks of life can come to grow together, serve together, and worship together.
We aim to be a community of spiritual friendship that enjoys fellowship, such as eating together and spending time with one another, as well as strives to be a place where we can all find accountability for our pursuit of faith and also resources for increasing our knowledge of Scripture and God’s will for our lives.
We aim to be a community that serves both those who are a part of our church and those outside of our walls in tangible ways that meet expressed needs, providing support in the midst of struggle. This is the living out of the call to radical hospitality given to us by our Savior, Jesus Christ.
We aim to be a community that gathers together to worship God by engaging in the rich tradition of our Reformed worship, celebrating through quality music, and listening to the proclamation of God’s Word.
We hope to do all of this in the name of our Lord Jesus Christ, who calls us to grow, to service, and to worship as we strive to become people of faith, people of action, and people of gratitude.