Meet the Staff

The Rev. Jeffrey Gargano, Pastor
Accepted the call of the Reformed Church of the Tarrytowns in 2009. Previously served as pastor of the Reformed Church, St. Thomas, Virgin islands, for 14 years.

Nanette Malera, Administrative Assistant

Mi-Won Kim and Jeremy Goldsmith, Music Co-Directors

Patti Kreamer (left), director, with the staff of New Beginnings Nursery School


  • Coming Events

    Advent video and Bible study.Five-part series, "Finding Bethlehem in the Midst of Bedlam," 6:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. Mondays, Nov. 29 to Dec. 21. Friendship Room, Reformed Church of the Tarrytowns.

    Old Dutch Church of Sleepy Hollow Christmas Tree Lighting and caroling, Wednesday, Dec. 2, 6:30 p.m. The concert by lyric tenor Marco Panuccio at 7:30 p.m. is sold out.

    "Sinterklaas, A Christmas Legend." Storyteller Jonathan Kruk, accompanied by musician Jim Keyes, performs on Sunday, Dec. 6, 1:00 p.m., with Hugh Francis as Sinterklaas riding his horse Piper. Tickets: church office or online

    Christmas Dinner, Reformed Church of the Tarrytowns, Ammerman Hall, 6:30 p.m., Tuesday, Dec. 8. Tickets at the Church office.

    Chocolate and Wine Holiday Fundraiser,benefiting the Old Dutch Church Restoration and Accessibility Project. Wednesday, Dec. 16, 7:00-9:00 p.m., James House (just behind Phelps Hospital). Tickets at church office or available online.

    Christmas Eve Candlelight Services at the Old Dutch Church. 5:30 p.m. for families with small children; 7:00 p.m., 9:00 p.m., 11:00 p.m.

  • Unique Fundraiser to Benefit Dutch Church

    Join us for a "Chocolate and Wine Holiday Fundraiser on Wednesday, December 16, from 7:00 to 9:00 p.m. at the James House Mansion, located in a pictureque setting on a hill overlooking the Hudson River in Sleepy Hollow. Enjoy a wonderful evening while learning from two experts, Master Chocolatier Lisa Rogers and Wine Expert Debra Marchese. Ticket sales will benefit the Handicap Accessibility and Restoration Project for the old Dutch Church of Sleepy Hollow. For details see "Easier Entry to Old Dutch Church Planned."Tickets are $90 and available online and at the church office; tel. (914) 631-4497.

  • Holiday Season

  • The Christmas Pageant Is Coming!

    Sunday School children are working hard to prepare for the Christmas Pageant. Rehearsals are well under way. It's all leading up to the festive event, to be held during worship service at the Clock Church on Dec. 18. Don't miss it! Everyone is invited.
    (Photos by Jon Falconer)

    Holiday Schedule:

    Dec. 18: Pageant presened during Sunday worship
    Dec. 25: No Sunday School or Child Care
    Jan. 1: No Sunday School or Child Care

     

  • "Sinterklaas: A Christmas Legend" on Dec. 6

    Master storyteller Jonathan Kruk will perform his adaptation of this Dutch holiday celebration on December 6 at the Old Dutch Church of Sleepy Hollow.Bring the children to the Old Dutch Church of Sleepy  Hollow on Sunday, December 6, for "Sinterklaas: A Christmas Legend," a performance by master storyteller Jonathan Kruk. A new legend comes to life in this adaptation of the traditional Dutch holiday celebration. It will include a visit from Sinterklaas (portrayed by Hugh Francis) on horseback, and musical accompaniment by Jim Keyes. 
    Tickets are available online or from the church office; tel. (914) 631-4497. Tickets: age 18 and under, $10; adults, $15.The Old Dutch Church is located at 430 North Broadway, Sleepy Hollow, NY 10591. After the show, there'll be hot cider and cookies for everyone!

     

  • November Youth Events

    Joy Night aka Wii Believe, Fridays, Nov. 6, 13, 20, from 5:00 p.m. to 7:00 pm
    Veterans Day community service at Montrose Nov. 11,  2:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m.
    Thanksgiving shopping for family in need, Nov. 21
    Sunday School each week
    Please note that we are looking for adults/mature teens to volunteer three times a year for 45 minutes.

  • Advent Program at the Clock Church

    A five-part video series, "Finding Bethlehem in the Midst of Bedlam," is being shown weekly on Mondays starting Nov. 23 and ending Dec. 21 at the Clock Church, 42 North Broadway, Tarrytown. Bible study and discussion follows the video, which starts at 6:00 p.m. in the Friendship Room. Everyone is invited.

  • Giving Thanks at Old Dutch

    Community Interfaith Thanksgiving Service Nov. 25Father Raymond Maher gave the sermon at the well-attended Interfaith Community Thanksgiving Service held at Old Dutch Church on Tuesday, Nov. 25. Donations of cooking oil and the offering went to support the Community Food Pantry. In addition to Father Maher of the Church of the Transfiguration, other participants in the candlelit service were Pastor Andrew Compton of Westrock Family Church, Cantor Margot Goldberg and Rabbi David Holtz of Temple Beth Abraham, the Rev. Dr. Carole Johannsen, who is coordinator of Pastoral Care, at Phelps Memorial Hospital Center, Pastor Linda Kay Nealon of the United Methodist Church of the Tarrytowns, and our own Rev. Jeff Gargano.

     

  • Christmas Pageant December 16

    Middle Schooler, Jack, has selected and adapted a Christmas Pageant for our Sunday School.  Thank you, Jack!  Parts have been assigned and main speakers will begin rehearsing Nov. 11.  The adult choir will be helping with the music. Full cast rehearsal begins Nov. 25 during the Sunday School hour.  The Christmas Pageant is scheduled for the December 16th worship.  At that time there will be visiting guests as well.  The children of the church's after school program, TarryTune Kids, will be joining us in worship to sing songs!  If you want to be in the pageant please attend the rehearsals.  If you want to help Jack with props and set, just text him.

  • Sat. Nov. 17 Thanksgiving Run

    For the past three years, the church bought Thanksgiving dinner items for families.  The Middle Schoolers are sent shopping for the items at Stop 'n Shop in Ossining.  The kids team up.  The shopping is a contest to see which team can spend closest to the budget given to them.  For example, each team is budgeted $150.  The team that comes closest to spending, but not over, the $150 wins a prize.  No calculators are allowed. Do your math!  Nick and Nathan shopped last year and are challenging the Middle Schoolers to shop this year on Saturday, November 17 in the morning.  Exact time will be announced later.  We meet at the Clock Church parking lot.

  • Beefsteak Dinner Tickets Available

    Time is running out to buy your tickets for the all-you-can-eat sliced filet mignon dinner on Dec. 11. It promises to be lots of fun as well as a delicious meal. French bread, salad, french fries and sundae complete the meal, which will be held from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m.. Raffles and carols are on the program. Ticket sales ($40/$20 children 5-12) will benefit the Clock Church's organ fund. Advance purchase only; contact the church office at (914) 631-4497.

We are ...

  • Committed to God
  • Warmly Liturgical
  • Engaged with Community
  • Growing in Faith
  • Looking forward to meeting you!