About Our Church Our Past August 13, 1859: On this date a request was made to the Zion Reformed Classis that a new German Reformed Church be established in Littlestown.In the decade of the 1850’s, the population of Littlestown had grown from 394 people to 702 people and other faith traditions were starting new churches in the community. January 6, 1860: First church officers for the Littlestown German Reformed congregation were elected. June 10, 1860: On this date the first communion was held by Redeemer’s German Reformed congregation. 1860- 1873: Until the first church was completed in 1873, the members of Redeemer’s held services in the old Littlestown Academy building which stood on this site here on King Street. August 15, 1868: On this date the cornerstone was laid for the first church building at Redeemer’s and the church was completed in 1873. January 25, 1937: On this date the Church School unit of the present day building was dedicated free of debt. July 25, 1937: On this date the Cornerstone was laid for the present church sanctuary. April 3, 1938: On this date the first service was held in the sanctuary of the present church building. Our Present In 2015, we installed an Elevator in our narthex so that all can have access to our lower level Social Hall for church fellowship activities. Fellowship is important to us because we seek to be a church of Jesus Christ where YOU CAN BELONG to a family of loving, caring people. Founded in 1860 with forty-one dedicated members, Redeemer's Church has developed into a flourishing congregation. We welcome you to visit us and discover and grow with us.