Classis of Delaware-Raritan
Reformed Church in America congregations serving Eastern PA and West-Central NJ
Tuesday, June 27, 2023
7 PM in person at
Feasterville Community Reformed Church
Send items/reports to the Clerk by June 13
Who to call?
Rev. Dawn May Alpaugh
The Classis Minister encourages, inspires and challenges pastors and nurtures healthy community and mutual accountability among the churches and leaders.
Rev. Beth Scibienski
The Classis Consultant develops responses to the need to revitalize faith, address shrinking membership in historic congregations and launch new ministries and church starts.
Update your delegate info for the 2023 Classis Directory
Church address, phone, web
Elder Delegate's contact info
Minister contact info
Treasurer's contact info
Financial accountability info
Sabbath Rest Application for Pastors
Pandemic Sabbath Rest
Click Here to find out more, and to register
A non-working sabbath time away from the church, intended for the sole purpose of the Pastor gaining rest and healing.
Serve on an RCA commission, agency, or board
Consider whether God is calling you to serve on a commission, agency, or board of the Reformed Church in America. All confessing members of the RCA (ministers, commissioned pastors, and laypersons) are eligible to serve. Go HERE to find out more, or to provide the Commission on Nominations with information about yourself by submitting a profile form! https://www.rca.org/about/government/general-synod/nominations/
The Opioid Crisis Practical Toolkit:
Helping Faith-Based and Community Leaders Bring Hope and Healing
Christians can provide help and access to resources for those struggling with opioids and other addictions. The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services’ Center for Faith and Opportunity Initiatives has a resource titled “The Opioid Crisis Practical Toolkit: Helping Faith-Based and Community Leaders Bring Hope and Healing” that provides practical guidelines for congregations to start or advance an action plan to meet the needs of families and individuals struggling with addiction in their own communities.
Go to http://www.hhs.gov/sites/default/files/the-opioid-crisis-practical-toolkit.pdf