About Us

Our History

In 1956, our church took root on the Hartman family potato farm and we have been growing ever since! As we continue into the 21st century, we are dedicated to offering our community and surrounding towns a welcoming, inclusive and God-loving spiritual center.


Our Vision

To become more passionate, more vital, more risky, and more generous Disciples of Christ . . . through our worship and spiritual practices; through our mission and outreach; and through our generous giving to each other and to Jesus’ Church.

Our Tradition

PRC is a church in the reformed tradition, dedicated to the Reformed Church of America’s mission:

The Reformed Church in America is a fellowship of congregations called by God and empowered by the Holy Spirit to be the very presence of Jesus Christ in the world. Our shared task is to equip congregations for ministry- a thousand churches in a million ways doing one thing- following Christ in mission, in a lost and broken world so loved by God.

For more information about the Reformed Church in America, visit their website.


Please Join Us

Stop by for Sunday worship and a hot lunch, serve alongside us, get to know our community. There are so many ways to get involved, and all are welcome! We can’t wait to meet you.


Church Staff

Rev. Cheri Kroon 

Cheri is a graduate of Union Seminary in New York City.  She heard her call to ministry while creating music programming for people living with AIDS.  Cheri worked as a community minister at Judson Memorial Church in Greenwich Village and as an interim minister at Garden City Community Church.  Ordained by the United Church of Christ in 2011, Cheri was called by the Flatbush Reformed Church in Brooklyn to serve as their Associate Minister.  Cheri is passionate about connecting ministry with social justice and helping churches discover new ways of serving and growing where God has planted them.  Cheri is at home in Park Slope Brooklyn with her husband, Ken, and their two children, Satchel and Nora.



Maureen Smith Setton 
Organist and Choir Director
Maureen Head Shot

Maureen is a native of Long Island, residing in Baldwin, NY.  Early in her career she performed in several national tours for Richard Rodgers Productions and was then invited by the Metropolitan Opera to perform comprimario roles, which opened doors for her vocal career, ultimately including the New York City Opera, Carnegie Recital Hall and foreign venues such as the Malmaison in Paris, France. As a master vocalist, she has performed under the batons of renowned conductors such as Leonard Bernstein, James Levine, and Karl Boehm in radio and television appearances including the “Meet the Composer” concert series.  Presently, Ms. Setton is engaged in recording specialized albums that have broad appeal: opera, art song and even spiritual works, all presented with “New Age” orchestrations.  Besides being an accomplished pianist, Maureen is also an organist, who has served the Long Island community in many other ways. In 2001, for instance, she was most pleased and proud to be chosen as “Ms. New York” in which capacity she represented her state in the national Senior America Competition in Las Vegas where she achieved the status of first-runner up.  She has always maintained that “achievements are not reserved merely for the young,” thus inspiring her students and colleagues, many of whom are recognized artists in their own right. Her early training was a result of scholarships to Sacred Heart Academy, Nazareth College in Rochester, and Hofstra University on Long Island. Presently, Maureen is taking on a number of select young artists with whom she is sharing her professional knowledge. In April of 2013, she presented a recital of the “Music of Alfred Morena, Sr” at Lincoln Center to critical acclaim.