Our Mission

 

We are a Diverse People United in our Faith, Liberated by the Gospel!

The Reformed Catholic Church endeavors to provide a welcoming place where all people can come to worship God, pray, receive the Sacraments, & better understand the Word. 

Of particular concern to us is the offering of valid sacraments to those who have been disenfranchised by the exclusionary practices of other churches as well as other Christians seeking the forms of worship and beliefs offered by the early church.


The Reformed Catholic Church is…

For the young, it is a home that speaks faith in God and faith in oneself, relevant to the world at the beginning of the Twenty First century: GOD BELIEVES IN ME.

For the divorced, it is a home that speaks of an end to the past, and a new beginning, with the forgiveness and the blessing of happiness and peace of the Lord Himself:  GOD IS MERCY.

For the alienated, it is a home that speaks of compassion, sensitivity and sincerity, that embraces weakness and finds strength in difference:  GOD IS UNCONDITIONAL LOVE.

For the person imprisoned in any way, either internally or externally, it is freedom to be oneself, with the assurance that real love always reveals itself as mercy, and that mercy is the ability to love oneself:  GOD IS FREEDOM

 
 
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Holy Eucharist

We offer Holy Eucharist, to all people who have been sent away hungry from the Lords Table because of rules. The only criteria for receiving is that one be a Baptized Christian and believe that Christ is present on our Altar. It is our policy to WELCOME ALL people without regard to race, color, gender, marital status, sexual orientation, national origin, age, disability, contraception beliefs, or other issues that are between the Creator and the created. We neither condone, nor do we practice discrimination implicitly or tacitly on the basis of any human authority.

Even me?

LOVE

"The Christian ideal has not been tried and found wanting.  It has been found difficult; and left untried." - G.K. Chesterton

As The Reformed Catholic Church, it might seem like we are trying to rebel against the Roman Church; we are not.  Our singular desire is to be a Christ-like Church in the world and to do so with the kind of humility and grace that finds the God-given preciousness of all people to be without question.

Even me?