Faithful Reformed worship is: God-centered, a divine-human conversation, personal, formed by the presence of Christ in both word and sacrament, "home grown" and nourished in the rich soil of the whole church.
Worship in the Reformed tradition: follows a biblical pattern of sin, salvation, and service; embraces both form and freedom; is biblical; is missional; nurtures both head and heart.
Liturgies, Litanies, Songs, and Confessions
- Liturgy of the RCA (including the Directory for Worship), other orders and liturgies, Worship the Lord
- Heidelberg Catechism Lectionary
- Occasional Liturgies
- Special Litanies
- Hymns and Songs
- Visit the Seasonal Worship Resources page for suggestions, materials, and more resources for Advent, Christmas, Epiphany, Lent, Pentecost, and other special Sundays.
- Our beliefs about the Sacraments
- Children and the Lord's Table
- Gifts of God: The Sacraments
Two videos and a companion study guide present the Reformed theology of the sacraments along with questions for reflection and discussion.
- Baptism in the RCA
- Come to the Water
This three-week study is intended to draw on the richness and centering power of baptism and to empower the church to begin to see baptism as singular and ongoing. Available are:
- The Lord's Prayer
- The Revised Common Lectionary
- At Home with the Word:
Daily Bible Readings from the Revised Common Lectionary
- Liturgical Calendars (with liturgical colors)
- Children & Worship
- Worshiping with Children
- The Theology and Place of Music in Worship
- Confirmation and the RCA
The Journey program at Western Theological Seminary offers regular worship-related events for ministers and other church leaders. For information, please visit journey.westernsem.edu.
The Bast Preaching Program, a continual and sustainable learning community around the theme of preaching
The Reformed Church Center at New Brunswick Theological Seminary offers a broad range of programs for a wide audience, including scholars, RCA members, and indeed everyone concerned about the Reformed tradition and its renewal. For more information, please visit the Reformed Church Center online.