How it all Began

Reformation Metro NY, Inc. is an agency for the Presbytery of Connecticut and Southern New York, Orthodox Presbyterian Church. RMNY, Inc. produces the weekly broadcast “A Visit to the Pastor”s Study” and through its regular donors, supports church planting projects of the presbytery, particularly in New York City.

It all began on January 1, 1998. 
The Presbytery of Connecticut & Southern New York a regional church of the Orthodox Presbyterian Church begins. One of its goals is to do church planting in the most populous area of the United States – developing churches that are uncompromisingly committed to the historic Reformed faith as presented in the Westminster Confession of Faith and Larger Catechisms as adopted by the Orthodox Presbyterian Church

Since That Time…

  • Churches have been planted and particularized in Bohemia, Syosset, and Fresh Meadow (Queens), NY.
  • Interns have been trained and now serving as ministers various denominations  (two are currently serving as pastors of churches in former mission churches).
  • Hurricane Sandy relief work was coordinated throughout the area.
  • Call of a Regional Home Missionary (Pastor Bill Shishko) to begin his labors began in September 2016.
  • A Visit to the Pastor’s Study” a weekly radio program launched on November 26, 2016.

Meet some of the people RMNY has worked with

What God has brought together


  • Ministry to Yale University students in Hamden, CT.
  • Ministry in Portuguese speaking Mount Vernon, NY
  • The beginnings of urban evangelism and church planting in New York City
  • Suburban ministry in Franklin Square, Long Island, NY
  • Community ministry in Syosset, Long Island, NY
  • Whole hamlet ministry in Bohemia, Long Island, NY
  • Christian education among Koreans in Metro NY
  • Ministry on the faculty of the King’s College, Manhattan, NY
  • Bible studies that address the hard questions
  • Biblical counseling
  • Missions coordination through mature experience in church planting
  • Elder assistance through trained and experienced ruling elders
  • Diaconal work through trained and experience deacons
  • Radio ministry through “A Visit to the Pastor’s Study”