• Dec 12: Living Nativity, 5:30pm
  • Dec 13: Christmas Caroling, 1pm
  • Dec 14: Christmas Pageant, 9am & 11am
  • Dec 20: Indonesian Christmas Service
  • Dec 21: Musical Christmas Worship, 9am & 11am
  • Dec 21: The Longest Night, 7pm
  • Dec 24: Christmas Eve Services, 7pm & 11pm
Welcome to RCHP - a community of compassion and justice that seeks to follow Jesus into the heart of God.



Indonesian Christmas Service

December 20, 2014

The Indonesian members within our church will be hosting an Indonesian language worship service on December 20th. ALL ARE INVITED TO ATTEND. Then, after worship, all are invited to a wonderful Indonesian Christmas Feast. Even if you do not attend the worship service you are invited to attend the dinner.


The Longest Night

December 21, 2014
7:00 pm

Christmas can be a difficult season for people going through loss. At 7pm on December 21st you are invited to come and mourn with others who are experiencing “the longest night” in their lives right now. Come to mourn, and come to receive a word of hope about God’s presence in your mourning and God’s […]

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Christmas Eve Services

December 24, 2014
7:00pm and 11:00pm

We will hold our annual Christmas Eve services at 7pm and 11pm. At 7pm we invite individuals and families and small groups from within the church to share songs, dances, poems, and art. At the 11pm service Pastor Paul the Youth Group will guide us in worship.


19 S 2nd Avenue
Highland Park, NJ 08904

About Us:
 We call ourselves RCHP for short. Our church is more than 120 years old. Our eldest member has been with us for 90+ years. Our youngest members arrive on a monthly basis! More than 400 belong to our extended community. We welcome and affirm the talents and gifts of all who worship with us. Join us for worship we’d love to get to know you!

Our Mission Statement: 
Because we belong to God through faith in Jesus Christ, we are called as the Reformed Church of Highland Park to worship God together; to learn and teach the gospel; to serve one another, our community and the world with Christ’s love; and to provide and maintain a consecrated place for our worship, mission and fellowship, all according to the Reformed tradition that is always reforming in harmony with the work of God and the prompting of the Holy Spirit.

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