Reformed Church in the United States

Reformed Church in the United States (RCUS)

Classification

Protestant

Orientation

Reformed

Polity

Presbyterian

Origin

1725

Separations

1933-34 majority merged with the Evangelical Synod of North America to form the Evangelical and Reformed Church (now part of the United Church of Christ)

Congregations

48

Members

4,113

Source: Abstract of the Minutes of the 260th RCUS Synod, 2006

The Reformed Church in the United States (RCUS) is a Protestant Christian denomination in the United States. The present RCUS is a conservative, Calvinist denomination. It affirms the principles of the Reformation: Sola scriptura (Scripture alone), Solo Christo (Christ alone), Sola gratia (Grace alone), Sola fide (Faith alone), and Soli Deo gloria (Glory to God alone). The RCUS is most heavily concentrated in California, Colorado, and South Dakota.

From: Wikipedia



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