Church Growth Fund

The Church Growth Fund (CGF) is a not-for-profit corporation functioning under the supervision of the RCA General Synod and supporting the mission and witness of the denomination.

CGF - What We Do

The Reformed Church in America Church Growth Fund, Inc. (CGF) supports the work and witness of the RCA by making loans to churches, classes, and other agencies and affiliates for the purpose of purchasing, constructing, or improving facilities.

CGF - How to Invest

As a source of funding for loans, the CGF sells interest bearing investments called savings certificates. The CGF offers two types of savings certificates: term savings certificates and demand savings certificates. CGF Savings Certificates are available only through our Offering Circular in states where the CGF is eligible to offer investments.

CGF - Savings Certificates FAQ

As a source of funding for loans, the CGF sells interest bearing investments called savings certificates. 

CGF - Rates and Investment Information

Savings Certificate rates are effective April 1, 2020.  

CGF - Investment Forms

The following forms and informational materials on the CGF and its CGF Savings Certificate program are available for download:

CGF - Loans

The CGF offers affordable, competitive interest rates. We are able to structure loans with flexible terms that are compatible and meet the financial needs and conditions of each individual borrower.

CGF - Advantages of Borrowing from the CGF

CGF loan programs offer many advantages over a typical lender. Strengths of the CGF loan program that most financial institutions have difficulty matching are:

CGF - History

In 1854, the Church Building Fund was established to help churches construct facilities.

CGF - Financials

Look over the Church Growth Fund's financial details.

CGF - Contact Us

Reformed Church in America Church Growth Fund, Inc. 612 8th St. SE Orange City, IA 51041-1958

This is not an offer to sell our securities to you and we are not soliciting you to buy our securities. We will offer and sell our securities only in states where authorized. The offering is made solely by our Offering Circular  (for CA use only). The purchase of our securities is subject to risks, which are described in our Offering Circular. We do not currently offer securities in all states. See How to Invest for a list of states in which we are authorized to sell our securities.

Not FDIC or SIPC insured • Not a bank account • No RCA guarantee •