Tylor LongWing was dealing with depression and anxiety when she first entered Springs Community Church in 2013. She went to her first worship service because she was having a bad day and wanted to be with her best friend—and that night she gave her life to Jesus.
the Reformed Church in America
We’re glad you’re here. We are ordinary people on an extraordinary journey, learning to love and serve like Jesus. Come with us!
In this constantly changing world, we like to say we’re “reformed and reforming according to the word of God.” We embrace fresh ideas and hold on to what’s best about our deep, rich past. (We need almost 400 candles to light our birthday cake!)
We make a difference by bringing education, medical care, clean water, and nutritious food to the people who need it most. We are committed to living out God’s love throughout the U.S. and Canada and all around the world.
Stories from the RCA
Our Lord’s Community Church (RCA) in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, is making discipleship a group effort. Through its “D-groups” (D for discipleship), which typically spring from “C-groups” (C for community), the church is challenging members to deepen their faith and reach out to others.
And there’s been enough fruit in the experience that the church is now working with other congregations in Central Plains Classis to help them improve disciple-making.
Reflections on the 2015 Baltimore riots from Tony Campbell, and how we can see hope.
Just before Christmas, several Muslims hosted a special after-worship coffee hour at First Reformed Church of Scotia. It was their way to say thank you.
RCA missionaries have played a key role in the incredible growth of the Presbyterian Church in Chiapas, Mexico, over the past 90 years. Today that church of about 800,000 believers is fully self-supporting and has started sending missionaries of its own. It’s the ideal model of RCA mission—working ourselves out of a job.