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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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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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:

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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

The German-Russians and Dr. H. F. Kohlbruegge

Source: You Shall Be My People. Copyright © 1996 by the Synod of the Reformed Church in the United States. Rev. Norman C. Hoeflinger SOME years ago at an adult Bible study I gave a lesson on “How the Christian Church became German.” In a German Reformed Church that might seem a bit “chauvinistic.” What I had in mind was …

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The History of the RCUS Since the 1934 Merger

Source: You Shall Be My People. Copyright © 1996 by the Synod of the Reformed Church in the United States. Rev. Robert Grossmann HISTORICAL REVIEW THE Reformed Church in the United States (RCUS) has a history going back in North America to 1725 when the first three permanent congregations were founded under the leadership of Rev. John Philip Boehm at …

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The 1934 Merger (and the Rebirth of the RCUS)

      Source: You Shall Be My People. Copyright © 1996 by the Synod of the Reformed Church in the United States. Rev. Peter Grossmann I WAS born, grew up, and was educated in the environment with which much of this project is concerned. My father and grandfather before me were ministers in the Reformed Church in the U. …

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The Theology of the Eastern Church and Mercersburg

Source: You Shall Be My People. Copyright © 1996 by the Synod of the Reformed Church in the United States. By Rev. Frank Walker WHEN a seminary goes bad, the denomination it serves usually follows right behind. This observation, sadly enough, summarizes the history of the Reformed Church in the United States in the mid-nineteenth century. Three professors-Friedrich Rauch, John …

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Boehm’s Church Constitution of 1725

Articles from Rev. John P Boehm’s Church Constitution of 1725 [1] (It is agreed) that all the members of Consistory now in service in all the three villages shall be recognized and remain in their offices for their appointed term. Then all the members of the congregation shall, with the Minister and the rest of the consistory, choose new members …

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