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Church News: RCUS Youth Retreat

Over 30 RCUS teens from across Wyoming, South Dakota, North Dakota, Nebraska and Colorado gathered for a Mid-Winter Youth Retreat in Casper, Wyoming on March 1-3, 2024. Hosted by Christ Reformed Church (Casper), this youth retreat provided the opportunity for young adults to build upon relationships formed at Heidelberg Youth Camp in the Black Hills. Spearheaded by young adults, Emma and Mya Hager (Casper), and supported by our church leaders and parents, the weekend featured icebreakers, meal time conversation with fantastic food, devotions led by Rev Matt Powell, ice skating, a hymn sing at a nursing home, and a variety of interactive group games to match every personality. Local parents and church members provided meals, served as chaperones, and opened their homes for overnight guests. The exciting weekend wrapped up with worship together on Sunday morning. It was a blessed time for both the church hosts and the young adults.

Teens | Summer Camps

Synod 2024

The 278th meeting of Synod was held at Zion Reformed Church in Menno, South Dakota.

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

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


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

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

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

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