New Haven United Reformed Church




Morning Worship at 10:00am

Sunday School/Catechism 11:30am

Evening Worship at 7:00pm

New Haven URC


We, the New Haven United Reformed Church are a community of believers in the saving power of Jesus Christ! Located in the beautiful Champlain Valley of Vermont, our members come from a variety of backgrounds and family histories.

The best way to learn about our church is to come and join our Sunday worship services at 10:00am and 7:00pm. Upon arriving, you will be welcomed by friendly greeters to say hello and ushers to escort you to your seat.

Nursery is provided for the infants and toddlers, but you may be surprised by all the children and teenagers that join the adults in our all encompassing worship services where we value worshiping together as one large church family.

The worship service is fairly traditional and wholly focused on God and his Word. Sermons are inspiring and always Biblically focused. Hymns and praise songs are sung enthusiastically with assistance from our talented pianists and organists. In the fellowship hall after the service, we invite you to stay for coffee and goodies and to get to know us!

Our church is small enough to be non-intimidating, but large enough for there to be quite a variety of different people to meet. This website does its best to aid you in your quest to learn more about our church, but to really get to know us, we encourage you to come and join us for our Sunday worship services and our various Bible Studies.

Worship Services

We worship in the Reformed tradition meaning that our worship service is ordered as a dialogue between God and His gathered people. God calls His people to worship Him and to be renewed by the Spirit of Jesus Christ through the preaching of His gracious Word. After God speaks to us, we respond with prayer, singing and thanksgiving. Yes, we come back again in the evening to meet for worship! As part of celebrating the Lord’s Day, we are glad to have the opportunity to gather twice with His people.​​​​​​​


We have two nurseries in the morning, the infants nursery and the toddlers nursery, and one nursery at night. If you have young children, you may leave them in the care of our volunteers in the nursery while you enjoy the service. 

Hearing & Accessibility 


The ushers can provide radio receivers during the services for those who are hearing-impaired. There is also a wheelchair available for those who need it.​​​​​​​




Rev. Andrew Knott

Andrew grew up in a small, rural town south of Grand Rapids, Michigan. While in high school he worked on a dairy farm and after graduating he joined his dad in construction and home remodel. He was content working hard with his hands and hunting and fishing on the weekends.

As a teenager, Andrew was drawn to serve in his local church. He began volunteering with the boys club and the food pantry. When his pastor took a call to the mission field in Trinidad, Andrew and a team of young people followed him for a short-term mission project. The pull to enter the ministry grew stronger.

Having not performed well or willingly in school in the past, Andrew began the long journey toward the pastorate. At Bible College he majored in Bible/Theology and minored in Greek. For the first time, he enjoyed learning.

Over the next four years as a seminarian, he honed his gifts. He attended Greenville Presbyterian Theological Seminary in Greenville, SC and later transferred to Mid-America Reformed Seminary in Dyer, IN to complete the Master of Divinity program. He graduated and was ordained in 2014 and moved to Vermont where he was called by the New Haven United Reformed Church. Still a country boy at heart, Andrew is grateful to be serving the saints here in New Haven. Andrew and his wife Amanda have three sons and a daughter.


We are a member church of the United Reformed Churches in North America (URCNA). We encourage you to visit our federation’s website for more information.

Our church follows the Presbyterian system of church government. The leadership is composed of six elders and four deacons. The elders oversee the spiritual life of the church. The deacons supervise works of Christian mercy for our church family as well as those in need in our community.