The Reformed Church
in the United States

We are a body of confessional churches committed to the Gospel of Jesus Christ,
with a passion for church planting, missions and evangelism.

The Reformed Church
in the United States

We are a body of confessional churches committed to the Gospel of Jesus Christ,
with a passion for church planting, missions and evangelism.

2025 marks the Tricentennial Anniversary of the German Reformed Church in America.

2025 marks the Tricentennial Anniversary of the German Reformed Church in America.

Recent News

Church News: Ordination

On June 2, Rev. Matthew Dawn was ordained and installed at Peace Reformed Church (Garner, Iowa). Rev. David Dawn gave the charge to the ministerial candidate, Rev. James Grossmann gave the charge to the congregation,

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Foi & Vie Reformees: March 2024

Dear friends,  A month ago our camp for young adults on the topic Glorify God in your Body took place in the South of France. It brought together about 30 young Christians, some of them

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Worship

Christ gave His life in my place on the Cross. I owe Him my whole life in gratitude. We are told that we are to present our “bodies a living sacrifice, holy, acceptable to God,

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Introducing the RPCNA

The Reformed Presbyterian Church of North America was organized in Philadelphia in 1798. It has a long history. Nonetheless, understanding the denomination today still requires understanding its roots in Scotland.  God brought the gospel to

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Christians for Armenia

Making progress in our translation of the Old Testament  Dear friends,  We are preparing to send the Pentateuch (Genesis to Deuteronomy) to our printer in Yerevan for a limited printout aimed at receiving feedback on

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Who We Are

The Reformed Church in the United States (RCUS) is a communion of confessional churches with a passion for church planting, missions and evangelism. 

The church was founded in 1725 when John Philip Boehm first organized German Reformed immigrants in Pennsylvania into congregations. The first “Coetus” meeting was held in 1747. In its long history, the church has had periods of strength and weakness.

By God’s grace, today’s RCUS is characterized by a high view of Scripture, and a desire to take the gospel of Jesus Christ into all the world.

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