Cutchogue Presbyterian Church is one of the oldest churches on the North Fork, formed in 1732 as Cutchogue Church. After its dedication in 1852, its distinguishing steeple with bell was added. A pipe organ was added in 1905 and was recently refurbished. Today, the Reverend Robert Griffin leads a small congregation of about 40 people at the church. North Fork Reform Synagogue shares the building with Presbyterians for their worship services on the first and third Friday of each month.