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

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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Rest

We live in a world which has become far too frantic.  If we have a moment to step back and wonder, we usually cannot figure out how our lives have become so hectic.  Much of

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Covenant East Classis President’s Report

I begin this report with encouragement to all ministers, officers, members, and even the very young to pray for Covenant East Classis.  An overwhelming request for prayer was reflected in the Parochial Reports and Committee

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John Huss (1369-1415)

The views of John Wycliffe quickly traveled beyond England, crisscrossing Europe. Around the year 1400 his ideas began to take root in Bohemia (a region now known as the Czech Republic), where Wycliffe was called

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Synod 2024

President’s Report on the State of the Church It is truly both an extreme honor and a humbling experience to serve the church as president of Synod. So many of you have been very gracious

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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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