Christian Reformed Church of North America (CRCNA)
We are a Christian church that has its roots in the early church of Jesus and his disciples. We are a church that also has roots in a historical movement called the Reformation that took place in 16th Century.
To summarize the fundamentals of the Christian Reformed Church faith statement, we provide this outline below, taken from the CRCNA website with links to more in-depth reading they provide.
In a nutshell, there is a place for you here!
Basics of Christianity
The bulk of what we believe we hold in common with the Christian church around the world and throughout the ages.
How to Become a Christian
The good news of the Christian faith begins with the recognition that you are loved and accepted by the God who created and sustains the world.
We call the Bible God’s Word, believing that, by the power of the Holy Spirit, God speaks to us through this book.
It’s all about God! Those of us who speak with a Reformed accent hold a very high view of God’s sovereignty: God’s plan, God’s will, God’s power…
Three creeds adopted by the worldwide church centuries ago summarize the most important tenets of our faith…
The 2011 translation of the Three Reformed Standards is the result of the work of a joint task force formed by the Reformed Church in America (RCA) and the Christian Reformed Church in North America (CRCNA).
A testimony that speaks to the changes in church, society, technology, and politics since our confessions were written.
Ecumenical Faith Declaration
Synod 2012 created this category when it adopted the Belhar Confession.
Summaries of the denomination’s doctrinal and ethical positions as stated over the years by synod. This material is meant to offer clear and concise descriptions of the positions of the CRCNA.
Over the years, synods of the CRCNA have approved a number of Bible translations for use in worship by Christian Reformed congregations.