Welcome to the Hurley Reformed Church's web page. We invite you to come and join us in worship and fellowship in Christ's name.

Our mission is to serve Christ by serving our community and the world, inviting all people to share God's love.

Through our worship, education, fellowship and service we are to nurture God's people in their faith, develop their gifts of the Spirit and equip them to go forth and share the gospel of God's love in Christ Jesus.

To assure that this fellowship remains a vital force in our daily lives and in our community we faithfully commit the time, talent and treasures that God has entrusted to us.


Ordination & Installation

 New Consistory Members Installed

On Sunday, January 9, 2010 the following new members were ordained and installed into the body of the Consistory:  Jim Mayfield as Elder, Terry Gaffken and Christine Henning, both as Deacons.  We welcome them to their respective offices and encourage the Congregation to make use of their individual talents as they embark on a new journey in the life of the Hurley Reformed Church.


Also, at the Consistory meeting of January 10th, each of these new members assumed the following positions on the Consistory:  Jim Mayfield as Finance and Administration Chairman; Christine Henning as Program and Activities Chairperson; and Terry Gaffken as Chairperson of the Worship Committee.  If the Congregation should have any questions with regard to those areas of the Church, please seek out the respective Chairperson for assistance.


Christmas Schedule

Friday, December 24, 2010

Candlelight and Carols at 7:00pm and 9:30pm. Bobby Stillwell will be playing carols at 6:45pm.  At the second service we celebrate not only His birth but also remind ourselves of his sacrifice on our behalf as we celebrate the Lord’s Supper. Then join us in the parsonage after the second service for an Open House.

Sunday, December 26, 2010, Morning Worship at 10:00am - No Church School

Congregational Meeting

The annual congregational meeting was held on Sunday, November 14th immediately following the church worship service.   This is the time when members have an opportunity to hear of the accomplishments of each of our church committees and groups; ask questions of the consistory; and to hear of some great things to happen in the future.  Outgoing consistory members were recognized for their service and new deacons and elders were elected.  


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