Women have always played a significant role in First Reformed Church history. A women’s group named the “Helping Hand Society” met on a regular basis from 1955-1958 and in 1960 “Guild for Christian Service” was organized.  The Guild met once a month in the afternoon and later an evening group was formed to accommodate women’s work schedules. In 1973, the name was changed to Reformed Church Women and in 1993, the group was renamed Reformed Church Women Ministries (RCWM). The purpose of the group is to unite all women of the church in order to make Christ known throughout the world, to deepen the spiritual life of each of its members, and to develop a personal responsibility for the whole mission of the Church, through a program of prayer, education, giving, and service.

The RCWM has organized all the women of the church into "care groups" who help serve during funerals, potlucks, social times, etc. This is an important service they provide to everyone in the church. The RCWM also meets the first Thursday of each month at 7:00 pm for a time of Bible study and fellowship. Please join us!