Nursery & Wiggling Worship: When you arrive, please head to the lower level to drop your baby off to the nursery (0-2), and your toddler to the Wiggling Worship room (3-4). While you're in the sanctuary, your child will be lovingly cared for, and taught about God's love by our wonderful teachers.

*Note: At the back of the sanctuary, there is a "Mommy and Me" room available (airing the live service) when privacy is needed. 

252 Kids Church: Children (K-5th) and (K-2nd in the Summer) will start off in worship with their parents. Children are then dismissed to 252 Kid's Church downstairs. Please feel free to accompany your children to their classroom and communicate any needs with their teacher. After the service, parents will also need to return to the classroom to pick up their children.

Teen Sunday School (Catechism): Students (6th-12th) gather in the church basement, after the service, from 10:50-11:15am (in the classroom under the stairs, nearest the organ) for approximately 25 minutes of instruction and discussion. "Catechism" is an old word for the new challenge of teaching kids about faith, foundation, and Christ. [Parents, you can download some of the teaching notes at]

"Growth" starts with family

One big theme across our kids programs is the importance of learning at home. Kids grow the most spiritually when they have great conversations at home. So, we work really hard at putting good resources and conversation starters in the hands of parents and guardians. Each week, our Sunday kids programs send home discussion questions, character development, and Bible verses, so that parents have what they can use to help their kids grow at home.

We’ve also noticed that inter-generational relationships are really effective ways of learning and growing in balance. So, we encourage people of all ages and preferences to gather together and build relationships.

One of the scariest verses in the Bible (if you think about it) is Judges 2:10 “And all that generation also were gathered to their fathers. And there arose another generation after them who did not know the Lord or the work that he had done for Israel.” That’s not gonna happen here! “Passing the Gospel to the next generation” is a deep core value of any healthy church. We prefer Psalm 78:5-6 “He established a testimony in Jacob and appointed a law in Israel, which he commanded our fathers to teach to their children, that the next generation might know them, the children yet unborn, and arise and tell them to their children, so that they should set their hope in God and not forget the works of God, but keep his commandments.” 

Goshen Youth Group

Goshen Youth Group

Students 7th-12th are welcome to the Goshen Youth Group, a ministry all about fun, friends, and fellowship. It’s a place where teens can enjoy time with their peers, while growing in their relationship with God. Join us, the 2nd and 4th Thursday of every month, from 7:30pm to 9:15pm in the Youth Facility. 

  • Indoor and outdoor games
  • Worship music
  • Devotions
  • Fellowship

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Our Youth Facility is located on the left side Goshen Church. See you there!

Goshen Christian Reformed Church Youth Group
2440 State Route 17A
Goshen, NY, 10924

[email protected]

GEMS- Girls Club

GEMS- Girls Club

G.E.M.S. (Girls Everywhere Meeting the Savior)

GEMS Girl's Club is geared for girls from 1st-8th grade. Meetings take place on the second, and fourth Tuesday of every month (during the school year). We start in the church sanctuary at 7:00 p.m. as a group for singing and devotions. We then break into smaller groups, by grade, to learn about God, having fun and doing lots of different craft projects. Please join us. We look forward to meeting you. 

This year’s theme: Rise Up - Lessons from Queen Esther

There is nothing easy about being a girl today. Girls face unique challenges and unsustainable pressures in a culture of confusion about who they are and what truth is.

That is why our newest curriculum "Rise Up" follows Queen Esther from the Bible.  Esther was more than an orphan or a beauty queen. She was a girl who could "Rise Up" in faith and stand her ground because she put her hope in God alone. 

CADETS - Boys Club

CADETS - Boys Club

Helping boys grow more Christlike in all areas of life.

The Goshen Cadets is a group for boys (2nd Grade and up) that meets the second and fourth Tuesday of every month from 7:00pm to 8:30pm in the Youth Building. Our main goal is to encourage the boys to establish a personal relationship with Jesus Christ. We have devotions at every meeting, go on camping trips, take special outings, and we work toward merit badges throughout the year.

Practical Application of these Beliefs God is Revealed in His Word

The cadet ministry encourages studying the Bible as the guide to life.

God is Revealed in Nature

The cadet ministry encourages experiencing the presence of the Lord in His glorious creation. Learning the skills of an outdoorsman builds a boy’s character, and developing a boy’s understanding of his place in God’s world helps him to be a faithful steward.

Men as God’s Servants

The Calvinist Cadet Corps is the ministry of men of God who are dedicated to bring boys into a living relationship with their Lord and Savior. These men, understanding their imperfection, hold on to the promise that the Lord will bless their prayers, their example, and their instruction if they rely on God’s strength.