Jilbert, a young farmer, is participating in a five-year agricultural training program through CEPAD, an RCA mission partner in Nicaragua. With just one year of training under his belt, he has much to show: pineapple, squash, beets, and oranges.

Center of Hope’s Bike to Work Ministry offers bicycles and tune-ups—all the offerings of a full-service bike shop—at a reduced cost to locals who have no other means of transportation.

In light of recent killings, Tony Campbell calls pastors and political leaders to action.

From General Secretary Tom De Vries

In April, a special council of 74 RCA members will gather in Chicago. Their mandate is to seek the guidance of the Holy Spirit to discern “a constitutional pathway forward for the Reformed Church in America to address the questions of human sexuality as it relates to ordination and marriage.” 

Central Reformed Church in Grand Rapids, Michigan, looks back at 175 years of ministry. 

Displaced people are woven throughout the narrative of our faith. The Israelites wandering in the desert. Naomi in Moab. The remnant in Babylon. Ruth in Israel.

Over the past several weeks, the RCA has supported mission partners and co-workers as they work with refugees across Europe and the Middle East. Carolyn Otterness, who serves with her husband in partnership with the Reformed Church in Hungary, has seen the fruit of this support.

Read updates from the Regional Synod of Canada.

The RCA welcomes Jill Ver Steeg to its staff as the coordinator for transformational equipping. In this role, she will serve as the leader of the Transformational Experiences team, which facilitates opportunities for churches to learn from and with one another.