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.

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RCUS History

On this day, John Philip Boehm was born. Boehm came to American in 1720, and five years later was prevailed upon by the German Reformed settlers in Pennsylvania to become their pastor, though unordained.  In

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Hope Haven

During this Thanksgiving season, Hope Haven is seeking to bring one more reason for their residents to be thankful. The organization is working to raise $1,000 to purchase a therapeutic swing to help those they

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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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