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.

Four steps to get to know the RCUS:

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1 Looking to join or visit a Reformed Church congregation, or for a specific pastor? Moved to a new area, or looking for a pastor that was recommended to you? Start here:

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Latest News

2 Looking for the latest RCUS news and happenings? Check out the latest here:

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The Reformed Herald

3The Reformed Herald is the monthly magazine published by the RCUS. Check out the latest edition, as well as past editions, of our magazine here:

The Reformed Herald
Our Publications

4 Looking for one of our books? We’ve made a variety of our books available for purchase through Amazon.com. You can find more information about them here:

RCUS Publications

August 2011 Full Issue Download

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June 2011 Full Issue Download

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May 2011 Full Issue Download

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Introduction to Doctrine

The RCUS does not follow unwritten traditions. It has an objective body of doctrinal statments of faith or standards which define and limit what we teach. We are committed to the historic Christian Creeds and the Confessions of the Reformation. Specifically we are committed to the Three Forms of Unity: the Heidelberg Catechism, the Belgic Confession, and the Canons of …

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Canons of Dort – 2011

Introduction The Decision of the Synod of Dort on the “Five Main Points of Doctrine in Dispute” is popularly known as the Canons of Dort. This Great Synod met in the city of Dordrecht in the Netherlands during the years 1618–19 to settle a serious controversy in the Dutch churches initiated by the rise of Arminianism. Jacob Arminius, a theological …

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