Grace Protestant Reformed Church, Grand Rapids, Michigan (MI), USA

Grace Protestant Reformed Church, Grand Rapids – Origin:
Grace Protestant Reformed Church, Grand Rapids was organized in 1996 as a daughter congregation of Hope PRC in Walker, Michigan.

The congregation of Grace Protestant Reformed Church, Grand Rapids has about 90 families with 160 children and a total membership of about 380 souls. The council is composed of 6 ruling elders and 6 deacons.

Grace Protestant Reformed Church, Grand Rapids belongs to the Federation of Protestant Reformed Churches in America which is a denomination of 33 churches and more than 8,000 members.

Grace Protestant Reformed Church, Grand Rapids was founded as a separate denomination of Reformed churches in 1924 and trace our roots to the Protestant Reformation of the 16th century in Europe.

Grace Protestant Reformed Church, Grand Rapids follows the 3 historic reformed creeds, also known as the Three Forms of Unity: Heidelberg Catechism, the Belgic Confession, and the Canons of Dordt.

Grace Protestant Reformed Church, Grand Rapids believes these three creeds accurately and faithfully summarizes the teachings of Scripture.

The pastor of Grace Protestant Reformed Church, Grand Rapids is the Reverend Ronald Van Overloop. He graduated from the Protestant Reformed Theological Seminary and was ordained into the ministry in 1972. He and his wife Sue and family came to Grace Protestant Reformed Church, Grand Rapids in November 2008.

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