Like many things that are nearly a century old, the floorboards at Community Church of Keyport are showing their age. A new grant will cover their replacement.
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“We are ordinary people called to do extraordinary things,” says JP Sundararajan.
The day before Richard DeVos died from complications resulting from an infection, his foundation awarded a $1.72 million grant to the Christian Reformed Church in North America (CRCNA) and the Reformed Church in America (RCA).
How St. Thomas Reformed Church is giving its neighbors hope and practical help, even in the midst of disaster.
Mr. Richard DeVos, cofounder of Amway, owner of the Orlando Magic, and long-time supporter of the Christian Reformed Church in North America and the Reformed Church in America, has passed away at the age of 92.
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More than 400 RCA members have signed a statement calling for an end to harassment, abuse, and sexual violence
RCA churches in the U.S. Virgin Islands are exploring possiblities for rebuilding that will help when the next hurricane hits.
As communities in southern Mexico continue to recover from the destruction caused by an earthquake in September, the RCA is responding with donations of goods, clean water, and spiritual support.
Three years after a flood in Detroit, disaster response volunteers help a homeowner cope with black mold.
The longtime RCA missionary died on November 1.
It’s been more than two months since Hurricane Harvey kicked off a series of several destructive hurricanes in the Atlantic.
Following the passing away of Mrs. Helen J. DeVos, Rev. Don Poest (Interim General Secretary of the Reformed Church in America) and Dr. Steven Timmermans (Executive Director of the Christian Reformed Church in North America) issued this joint statement:
A sesquicentennial celebration happened in September.
With 22 churches spread over 60,000 square miles, Illinois Classis discovers a need for closer ties.
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