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:

Find a Congregation

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:

News Releases
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

Worship in the RCUS

We seek for the Spirit of Christ to be pleased with the public worship of the Triune God of our Reformed Congregations. Our desire is that all parts of our service may be done decently and in order according to his truth. May God be glorified as His people regularly meet before His holy face.

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3.11 Restoration

SECTION 11. Restoration ARTICLE 173. Members of the Church, deacons, elders, licentiates, or ministers who are under discipline may be reinstated either by the judicatory which disciplines them, or, with its official consent, by a co-ordinate judicatory; provided, however, that the evidence of their repentance and amendment is satisfactory. The reinstatement of a minister shall not be final until it …

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3.8-10. Complaints & Appeals

SECTION 8. Complaints ARTICLE 150. A complaint is a written representation made for grievances other than those that necessitate an accusation and a judicial trial. Any member of the Church in good and regular standing shall have the right of complaint, provided that due notice is given to the party against whom complaint is made. ARTICLE 151. If the constitutional …

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3.4-7 Process of Discipline

SECTION 4. Parties in Cases of Process ARTICLE 125. Judicial proceedings against alleged offenders shall be instituted only on accusation by a communicant member or by a judicatory finding it necessary to investigate an offense. ARTICLE 126. When an individual brings an accusation, he is named as the accuser; and when an accusation is brought by a judicatory of the …

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Discover our Heritage

We treasure the history which the God has given to us. While we do not wish to live in the past, our heritage is something to build upon and develop into the future. Click on one of the titles above to learn more about our heritage.

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