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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Baptism | Hope Reformed Church – Pierre, SD

On June 5th, the saints of Hope Reformed joined in celebration with Dylan and Amber Mehlhaf as their son Owen received the covenant sign of baptism. The Mehlhaf’s were joined by family from far and wide, including parents and grandparents from Doon, Iowa and Menno, South Dakota.

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Baptism | Ebenezer Reformed Church – Shafter, CA

On May 29th Ebenezer Reformed Church in Shafter CA conducted its first bilingual worship and baptismal service followed by a time of fellowship.  Julio and Silvia Mendoza presented their daughter Belen for baptism with Rev. Valentin Alpuche performing the baptism.

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Elder Becomes President of Synod

Breaking with tradition, the 276th Annual Synod of the Reformed Church in the United States chose an elder, Roger Gallimore, to serve as President of Synod. Gallimore is shown here accepting the gavel from outgoing President Dr. Frank Walker.

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Covenant Reformed Church (Sacramento, CA) Celebrates 50th Anniversary

Members and friends of Covenant Reformed Church of Sacramento gathered to celebrate the church’s  50th Anniversary this week. Begun as a mission work by the late Rev. Jefferson Duckett, the congregation has been served by four pastors, including Pastor Emeritus Jim West, Rev. Jimmy Hall, and current pastor Dr. Frank Walker.   The First 35 Years…

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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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