The Reformed Church in the United States (RCUS) is a communion of Christian churches in the Reformed tradition. We stand on the great Reformation principles of salvation by grace alone, through faith alone, in Christ alone, according to the Scriptures alone, to the glory of God alone.

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New Members at Grass Valley

  Pictured are Jacob and Jennifer Butcher with their children Aaron and Abigail.  They were received into membership at Covenant Reformed Church at Grass Valley this last Sunday.  Pastor Dennis Roe also baptized Abigail.  What a joy it is to see God join new saints to our churches!  May He bless the Butchers, Covenant Reformed Church, Pastor Roe and all …

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South Central Classis 2014 Group Picture

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New Members and New Sign at Trinity Covenant Reformed Church of Colorado Springs

Trinity Covenant of Colorado Springs sends us this sign of several new members and confirmees.  They are standing in front of a new sign, the first permanent sign Trinity Covenant has ever been able to place, due to recently signing a long-term lease for their building.   From the left:  Erik, Shelly and Drew Troff; Meg Arnold; Adam Kortrey; Nina Schroeder …

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January- February 2014 Full Issue Download

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The Martyrdom of Guido de Bres

   The Martyrdom of Guido de Bres By W. L. Bredenhof Most of us should be familiar with the name of the author of the Belgic Confession, Guido (or Guy) de Bres. We probably remember from church history or catechism classes that de Bres was martyred for his faith. Recently, I came across an eyewitness account of that martyrdom which …

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