Our Legacy

"Reformed Church Home is committed to the compassionate care of our elders in a spiritual environment."

The roots of Reformed Church Home date back over a century! Since its foundation in 1901, Reformed Church Home has been committed to meeting the spiritual, psychological, social, and medical needs of aging seniors – always with dignity and respect. The timeline below provides a brief overview of our impressive history.

1901

Bethany Home for the Aged is established in Irvington, NJ by a Presbyterian minister; it was the first home formed by a church group.

1950

Bethany Home joins forces with Reformed Churches of America under the jurisdiction of the Particular Synod of NJ.

1961

Bethany Home merges with the Old Peoples Home in Hudson County and is renamed Reformed Church Home.

1998

Reformed Church Home is relocated to Old Bridge, situated on fifteen landscaped acres.