Janssen, a General Synod professor emeritus, passed away due to complications from COVID-19.
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In response to the financial need of churches, the denomination has made assessment adjustments. And, in the U.S., opportunities for relief are also available through the CARES Act.
Two RCA commissions call the church to act in response to prejudices and acts of racism brought forth by COVID-19.
In challenging economic times, borrowing churches now have options to relieve loan payments.
Eddy Alemán reflects on the words of Isaiah in light of the coronavirus pandemic. Plus tips for livestreaming your worship, setting up online giving, and more.
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Christianity is a hard sell in Collingswood, a borough 10 minutes outside Philadelphia.
There is nothing like hands-on mission work to revitalize and inspire congregations.
Fifteen years ago, there were no Korean congregations in the Classis of Greater Palisades. Today there are 12, including Jesus Dream Church in Fort Lee and Hallelujah Church in Haworth, New Jersey, which were accepted into the RCA in October.
In August 2009, Monarch Reformed Church celebrated its centennial anniversary. Following the celebration the congregation wanted to keep the momentum going.
Living Fire Leadership Ministries has a new name and a new face. Re-launched this year as The Journey, the leadership development program has been streamlined to enable more people to participate.
For 15 years, Old Saratoga Reformed Church and First Presbyterian Church in Oneonta have partnered to do mission work at the Pringle Home Orphanage in St. Mary's Parish, Jamaica.
For the first 18 years of my life, almost every church event I went to was attended by me and people my own age, many of whom had gone through similar experiences to my own. We were teenagers looking for our place in this world. High school ended and that place had become foggy and unclear.
Creative outreach by a vibrant black congregation in Paterson, New Jersey, is having great results.
My name is Sandra Dancer. On January 15, 1961, I was born into a dysfunctional family. I was to be the third daughter. My mother was a factory worker. My father worked for my grandfather in the sanitation department and was a practicing alcoholic, so I was quite familiar with yelling, screaming, and violence.