regional and national mission

Churches Improving Communities (CIC) is a non-profit organization committed to helping the 29 churches within the New Brunswick Classis of the Reformed Church in America meet the needs of their communities.  Whether your church seeks to feed the needy, shelter the homeless, provide immigration assistance, teach English as a second language, or better the lives of youths or seniors, we can find resources and partners for you in your charitable works.

Colts Neck Reformed Church Congregational Mission Opportunities - Each year, the church sponsors various mission endeavors involving adult and youth members. Examples include a Women's Mission Trip to Knoxville, TN in June 2016 to work with the Florence Crittendon Agency, and a high school youth mission trip to do mission work for the Compton Mission Project in Paramount, CA in April 2016.

Family and Friends Supporting Cystic Fibrosis is an organization committed to enhancing the quality of life of cystic fibrosis patients while they await a cure.

Pedals for Progress / P4P rescues bicycles destined for overburdened US landfills and ships them to developing countries where they are sorely needed and highly valued P4P bikes are put to work not only as basic transportation, but are used as a supplement to school and community programs. The bikes are adapted for use as trash haulers, produce trucks, taxis, and farm machinery.

Philanthropic Educational Organization / PEO is an international organization of women that celebrates the advancement of women, educates women through scholarships, grants, awards, and loans, and motivates women to achieve their highest aspirations.

Reformed Church Home in Old Bridge, NJ is the Regional Synod home for the elderly, providing award winning assisted living, respite care, skilled nursing, and sub-acute rehabilitation on their 15 acre campus. This continuum of senior care allows residents to remain in familiar surroundings as their healthcare needs change. And couples requiring different levels of care are able to reside in the same building. Reformed Church Home is a Christian non-profit and welcomes seniors of all faiths.

Regional Reformed Church Support provides support for RCA churches' mission programs, such as the Highland Reformed Church's Sanctuary Program or the Safe Haven Program at Trinity Reformed Church of Newark.

Warwick Conference Center in Warwick, NY is a facility of the Reformed Church in America. It is a "place of nurture", offering Christian programs and retreats.

college and seminary support

Central College, a Reformed Church college in Iowa, is supported with donations to its Heritage Grant Program. The Grant provides financial assistance to sons and daughters of Reformed Church members.

Hope College is a distinguished and distinctive four-year, liberal arts, undergraduate college affiliated with the Reformed Church in America. Its great religious heritage is expressed through a dynamic Christian community of students and teachers vitally concerned with a relevant faith that changes lives and transforms society. We support deserving RCA students enrolled at Hope, located in Holland, Michigan.

New Brunswick Theological Seminary (NBTS) is a teaching institution of the Reformed Church in America. Its mission is to continue the ministry of Jesus in our time and place by enabling persons to translate their calling and gifts into faithful Christian ministry. NBTS has been training ministers since 1784.

Northwestern College, located in Orange City, Iowa, and affiliated with the Reformed Church in America, provides a distinctively Christian perspective to higher education. They prepare students for lives of service to God and to others.

Western Theological Seminary, in Holland, Michigan, prepares the future pastors and leaders of our denomination. Our financial support helps keep tuition costs down, while maintaining high academic standards