Be strong and Courageous


Welcome To Reed Corners

Federated Church



Church reopened on Easter Sunday.
Join us as we worship on Sunday mornings
at 10:00 am.
Covid-19 safety guidelines and precautions:
*If you are not feeling well, we ask you please choose to stay home.
*Wear your mask entering and exiting the church.
*Sanitizer is available inside the church.
*Enter and go directly into the sanctuary and be seated.
*Sit with your family in an available marked area.
*Once seated, you may remove your mask.
*Wear your mask while singing.
*Attendance records will be kept each week.
*The front screen will guide you through the service.
*There will be no offering collection. Please use the deposit box in the back.
*After the service, exit 6’apart without congregating. Coffee hour is temporarily
*Once outside, chat while keeping aware of the 6′ apart.
Psalm 46:10
serving our community:
           Revitalization in Progress 
               Look what God did:     
Why Come Here?
You exist because God created you to love Him and to have an intimate relationship with Him. Perhaps you remember going to church with your family years ago and you have drifted away. Maybe you never had a church experience. Whatever your situation is, God has been waiting for you to come. He has been preparing for your arrival. Try us! We are a casual family church who love
the Lord and want to share Him with you. You matter.
What is “Federated”?
Federated means we are a blending of different denominations that form a church that welcomes all. Everyone comes just as they are, but are loved too much to be allowed to stay that way. Together we grow, learn God’s Word, and share His love.
Our Church History
Prior to 1812, Baptists worshiped in the Town of Gorham, while Presbyterians worshiped in a nearby location. By the Civil War,  many of the Presbyterians became Congregationalists. Both Baptists and Congregationalists maintained separate churches in the hamlet of Reed Corners within 300 yards of each other.
In the 1940s the two churches federated sharing a pastor and alternating meeting places. Eventually the Congregational denomination became the United Church of Christ and the Baptist denomination became American Baptist Church. Some of our church members continue to support  the missions of these original denominations. 
Our Team
Deb Curtis
Peter & Aubre Virkler 
Children’s Ministry
Elaine Green
Music Director
Denise Clark
Pastor Deb
Deacons Chairpersons
Phil Hansen
Trustees Chairman
Peter Virkler
Sharon Mumby
Michele Holloway
Assistant Treasurer


Our Vision, Mission and Beliefs

Our mission and vision at Reed Corners Church  is to lead people to the saving grace of Jesus Christ, by serving  spiritual needs in an environment where people are encouraged and prepared to pursue intimacy with
God, community, and church.



We are a church who believes the Bible is the infallible Word of God.
All Scripture is God-breathed and useful for teaching, rebuking,
correcting, and training in righteousness.  
2 Timothy 3:16
Sermons Series:
Easter Sunday Service 4.4.21 – Hello, From The Other Side
Easter People   Part 5  4.11.21- The Show On The Road   
Coffee & Chat
temporarily postponed
Prayer/Bible Study 
resuming soon…
Teen Worship and Studies
resuming soon…
We Support
Friendship House
Food Pantry and Thrift Shop
Middlesex, NY
Volunteer Opportunities

We Are Social 


 Church is not a building. 


Visit Reed Corners This Sunday








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Grief Share Support Group
Grief Share is a Biblical, Christ-centered grief support group lead by peers.  We welcome you who have lost a spouse, child, family member or friend.  Grief Share is a friendly, caring group of people who will walk alongside you through one of life’s most difficult experiences.  You don’t have to go through the process alone.  Grief Share meets weekly for 13-weeks to help you face the challenges and move toward rebuilding your life.  You are welcome in and out at any time during the 13-week period.
The Good Shepherd Lutheran Church
320 S. Pearl Street, Canandaigua.
5:30 pm in the Teen Room.
For more information contact:
Joan Onderdonk 585-705-5853 or
Glen VonWald at 585-747-8172.
Come join anytime.
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