A Congregation of the Reformed Church in America

Sunday Worship Service -
Sunday School -
Coffee & refreshments in the Fellowship Hall following the Worship Service


Prayer Team members will be available in the front of the Sanctuary to pray with you following the worship service.
Lakeview is accessible to persons with disabilities and looped for the hard of hearing.

Lakeview’s lovely summer gardens in front of sanctuary

Lakeview’s summer gardens in front of sanctuary

History of Our Congregation

The Reformed Church in America (RCA) is one of the oldest Protestant Denominations in North America. Carried to the New World by the Dutch settlers in the Hudson Valley, the Reformed Church has flourished for over 350 years. Many diverse ethnic, social and religious groups are represented in congregations throughout the United States and Canada. Lakeview is part of a local group of RCA Churches called a Classis.  The Classis of Rochester meets frequently to discuss issues impacting the local churches, the group of Classis in New York which form the Synod of Albany, and the denominational entity called the Reformed Church in America.   To read the latest Classis newsletter click here.

Lakeview Community Church, Reformed is located near Lake Ontario in the Town of Greece, New York, a Northwest suburb of Rochester, NY.

Lakeview has been serving the Greece lakeshore community for over fifty years. Located at the North end of Long Pond Road, The Church is easily accessible from Edgemere Drive, Long Pond Road or the Lake Ontario State Parkway.


Lakeview Community Church was formed by a group of local residents who felt the need for a nearby place to worship. The lakeshore area was changing from one of summer cottages to an area of substantial, year-round homes. Due to the generosity of one of these founding members, Lakeview occupies a large tract of land at the northern end of Long Pond Road.

View of church when approaching from Long Pond Rd

Sanctuary at Pentecost with a hand-hewn 88 pound cross suspended from the ceiling. The cross was dedicated during a June 29, 1969 service under the ministry of Rev. Robert deForest

View of church with flagpole. The base of the flagpole is built from 4 glass crosses that were mounted in the original church tower. The flag now proudly flies above the monument in memory of Russell J. Ehle II, a Purple Heart veteran of World War II.

Lakeview’s 2016 Annual Report click here

To learn more about the RCA denomination visit here
or here

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Lake Ontario