Since 1873, the Reformed Episcopal Church has remained faithful to the inerrant Word of God, powerfully proclaiming the unchanging Gospel of Jesus Christ, and worshiping Him in Spirit and in Truth using the time-honored Book of Common Prayer. This of course has been an important issue for the REC since its founding. Reviews (212) 755-0995 Website. [8] This usage reflected the terminology used in the Cranmerian 1552 Book of Common Prayer. Bishop Cummins was in attendance at a Convention on 21 October 1868 and was greatly disappointed by the "Catholic" practices which he witnessed: "[a]ltars erected, with super-altars, with burning candles, and floating clouds of incense; the communion service set in a Roman framework ... there is a departure from the doctrinal basis of the Reformation. The Reformed Church Record. which in the past the Reformed Episcopal Church had altered or deleted, e.g., the priest's pronouncements of Absolution in the Holy Communion and in Morning and Evening Prayer, some of the articles in the 39 Articles of Religion, and so forth. A few robes. By the Rev. Add to basket. Here is where you will find our upcoming events and news of previous events we'd like to share. Member Schools. The Reformed Episcopal Church; The Seabury Society; Home. [57] The revised version was issued in 2003. Reformed Episcopal Seminary. (908) 725-2678. Allen C. Guelzo, "A Sufficiently Republican Church: George David Cummins and the Reformed Episcopalian Church in 1873, Alan Guelzo, "For the Union of Evangelical Christendom", p.194. Links to learn more about various ministries such as the Order of Deaconesses, the Anglican School Association, the REC Women of the Church, the Committee on Young People, etc. It is approved by the Theological Commission of the Reformed Episcopal Church and the Diocese of the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic. It is an alternative which is rich in biblical preaching and consistent with the English Protestant Reformation as expressed by our American Forefathers. The Reformed Episcopal Church now has three churches in Canada, two in British Columbia and one in Ontario. This Church, retaining a liturgy which shall not be imperative or repressive of freedom in prayer, accepts The Book of Common Prayer, as it was revised, proposed, and recommended for use by the General Convention of the Protestant Episcopal Church, A.D. 1785, reserving full liberty to alter, abridge, enlarge, and amend the same, as may seem most conducive to the edification of the people, "provided that the substance of the faith be kept entire.". Denominational information: Anglican, Other, Reformed Episcopal Church . Resources. All Saints is a parish of the Diocese of the Central States of the Reformed Episcopal Church. The Theological Seminary of the Reformed Episcopal Church, otherwise known as Reformed Episcopal Seminary, is the largest and oldest of the seminaries of the Reformed Episcopal Church and is accredited by the Association of Theological Schools. Reformed Episcopal Church. Hardback . "The Reformed Episcopal Church would be what the Protestant Episcopal Church might have become had it not been paralyzed by the Tractarian virus. Cranmer Theological House was founded in 1994 in Shreveport, Louisiana, and is named for the English reformer, Thomas Cranmer, Archbishop of Canterbury. Québec, Ile-De-Montréal, Montréal, This page was last edited on 14 January 2021, at 14:06. Chairmen of ILC and GAFCON meet in Wittenberg. The 9:00 am Worship Service is being recorded. - Remained faithful to the inerrant Word of God, Copyright © The Reformed Episcopal Church. ), and Master of Theology (Th.M.). Home; Worship; Saints and Holy Days; Lectionary; Education; Trinity Lecture Series; Missions; About Trinity; Contact Us ; News A Service of Holy Communion is celebrated every Sunday at 10:30 AM. It is for this reason that the Declaration of Principles denies that regeneration is inseparably connected with baptism. Revised editions of the REC Book of Common Prayer were issued in 2003 and 2005 (see below). The Reformed Episcopal Church; The Seabury Society; Home. St. George's Church, Hamilton is affiliated with the Diocese of the Northeast in the US, and both Holy Trinity Church in Colwood and Living Word in Courtenay are a part of the Diocese of Western Canada and Alaska. 109-112. On occasion REC clergy have served in FCE parishes and vice versa. It uses the terms "priest", "altar", and "Real Presence", and speaks of the authority of tradition as well as that of Holy Scripture. SUNDAY WORSHIP Sunday School 9:15 AM (No Sunday School til further notice) Holy Communion 10 AM. The adoption of Bishop White's Book was an attempt to remove those portions of the BCP which were or could be made objectionable to the Evangelical conscience. Sponsored Topics. The provisional constitution of ACNA is at. 100 Grant Ave, Somerville, NJ. Reformed Episcopal Church of England. There were now black churches with black clergy and officiates seeking inclusion into various denominations and dioceses. St. Bartholomew (Montréal, Québec). Resources from earlier years of the REC and concerns of a former Reformed Episcopalian: Formation of Anglican Church in North America. #GraceUnleashed The denomination known as the Reformed Episcopal Church was founded in 1873 in response to a long debate over the excessive "High Church" tendencies by the Protestant Episcopal Church and its exclusive attitude toward other denominations. The REC understands itself as an Anglican church while still not being recognized by the See of Canterbury. Others, however, disagreed. The Rev. This ultimately led his congregation, and four others, to leave the Protestant Episcopal Church and move to the REC. It was not until the 1970s that the Presiding Bishop, Leonard Riches, pushed for the revitalization of Anglican theology and identity in the REC. In October of that year, Bishop Cummins joined with Dean Smith of Canterbury, William Augustus Muhlenberg, and some non-Anglican ministers at an ecumenical conference of the American branch of the Evangelical Alliance. Menu & Reservations Make Reservations . Years of study. While they are not considered ordained they do have important functions within the ministry of the church. "[11] The term "Reformed" was never intended to denote any Calvinistic sense of Reformed theology, but was intended to convey Cummins' purpose of an Episcopal Church that had been reformed against Catholic influences [the founders of the church would often stylise the name as The Re-Formed Episcopal Church, for disambiguation so that it was known this was the Episcopal Church Re-Formed and not of a reformed theology]. In contrast, the REC allowed for examination in points of doctrine and discipline for validation of conformity yet without reordination.[47]. I grew up going to Sunday school in the Episcopal Church where I learned what it meant to have morals and how to be an all-around decent human being. In April 2016, the diocesan synod voted to dissolve the diocese due to its small size and merge with ACNA's Missionary Diocese of All Saints. Warden. The service is conducted with distancing, masks, and full ventilation of the sanctuary. The Reformed Episcopal Church a Witness-Bearer for God: A Sermon for the 25th Anniversary of the Founding of the Reformed Episcopal Church Preached First on Sunday Morning, December 4th, 1898, at the First Church, New York. New York: no publisher, 1898. 1) The Reformed Episcopal Church, holding "the faith once delivered unto the saints," declares its belief in the Holy Scriptures of the Old and New Testaments as the Word of God, as the sole rule of Faith and Practice; in the Creed "commonly called the Apostles' Creed;" in the Divine institution of the Sacraments of baptism and the Lord's Supper; and in the doctrines of grace substantially as they are set forth in the … RE Board of Foreign Missions. The expansive collection spans the main floor as well as the basement now. Nazareth Reformed Episcopal Church 145 West End Drive, Moncks Corner, South Carolina 29461, United States Telephone # (843) 899-2458 Mobile # (843) 809-8226 Email: nazarethre@homesc.com The Reformed Episcopal Church (REC) is an American and Canadian-based Christian denomination which is in communion with some Anglican Communion provinces throughout the world, including the Church of Nigeria and the Church of Uganda, two of the largest Anglican provinces worldwide. Canon 22 states, "The duty of the Deaconess is to assist the Minister in the care of the poor and sick, the religious training of the young and others, and the work of moral reformation." This Church condemns and rejects the following erroneous and strange doctrines as contrary to God's Word: First, that the Church of Christ exists only in one order or form of ecclesiastical polity; Second, that Christian Ministers are "priests" in another sense than that in which all believers are a "royal priesthood"; Third, that the Lord's Table is an altar on which the oblation of the Body and Blood of Christ is offered anew to the Father; Fourth, that the Presence of Christ in the Lord's Supper is a presence in the elements of Bread and Wine; Fifth, that regeneration is inseparably connected with Baptism. St. Paul's Reformed Episcopal Church Rev. The Split was caused over a perceived lack of protestantism and Evangelicalism in the PECUSA of its day.. Today the REC exists mainly on the East Coast with a small number of other Churches in other parts of the country. [21][22] Bishop Fedechko subsequently became affiliated with the Independent Anglican Church Canada Synod. 1,160 were here. The Reformed Episcopal Book of Common Prayer; The 39 Articles of Religion; REC Denominational Website; The Good Shepherd Reformed Episcopal Church Sunday Worship 9-10am | 508-944-9791 | contact@goodshepherdrec.org . The passage of the Thirteenth Amendment to the United States Constitution brought an end to the system of slavery that had kept American blacks in bondage since colonial times. By 1910 there were 28 ministers and 1,990 communicant members constituting the Reformed Episcopal Church in that country. Hardback. As if this hurdle were not enough, many white Americans, uncomfortable with this societal change, created, endorsed, and enforced Jim Crow laws as a way to segregate and suppress black Americans. 3. Grace Reformed Episcopal Church in Havre de Grace Maryland. US$28.27. View a detailed denominational profile for Reformed Episcopal Church including membership data, geographical distribution, mergers and splits, change over time and related surveys. which asserted that the Romanisation of the church and the Holy Eucharistic service was not an influence from the outside but, rather came from inside the church – it was in the Prayer Book itself, thus; Cummins started pushing stronger against the "Roman germs" which sadly, caused him to lose friends on both sides: Anglo-Catholics and Evangelicals alike.[13]. Reformed Episcopal Seminary. The Reformed Episcopal Church is currently supporting and developing the REC in Croatia, Germany, Serbia, and working with the Free Church of England. Also, the library has been growing in volumes exponentially from generous donations. Episcopal Recorder. Contact Us. A Brief Apologia for Deaconesses. Historic Summerville is home to this picturesque chapel of many names, currently called St. Paul’s Reformed Episcopal Church as well as the Bishop Pengelley Memorial Chapel. Welcome. In October 1874, Edward Cridge, dean of the Anglican cathedral in Victoria, British Columbia, withdrew with about 350 of his congregation to form the Church of Our Lord With courses offered in Katy, Texas, just west of Houston, as well as in Dallas, Cranmer House offers residential and distance learning programs for people not seeking ordination, a certificate in Anglican Studies, a Master of Arts in Religion (MAR), Master of Divinity (M.Div. While only a few dioceses ordain women to the priesthood, there are more that ordain women to the diaconate. Indeed, many pro-slavers would not be thrilled at the notion of sharing of one blood or human commonality. The church does not ordain women as bishops, presbyters, or deacons. Robert Wright, on being a Bishop: Paper on Episcopacy from the Moscow Consultation 1992. Posted on 15 November 2019 14 November 2019 by Mathew Block. Recently in 2018 NEMA-REC accepted and licensed priests who are immigrants in the United States. The Reformed Episcopal Church is a founding jurisdiction of the Anglican Church in North America. Traditionally recognized in Anglican circles by her distinctive blue habit with its white collar, unique cross, and oftentimes veiled, a Deaconess is a woman who has been called to lay ministry in the Church. A Brief Apologia for Deaconesses. Website: www.rechurch.org. Providence Reformed Episcopal Church is a parish church of the Reformed Episcopal Church/ACNA in Corpus Christi Texas. Provided for free from the Association of Religion Data Archives (TheArda.com). Visit the ACNA Website. In 2002, the denomination approved a canon that provides for the "setting apart" of qualified women as deaconesses who are not considered by the church to be ordained. Rev. [38] If previously ordained in a non-episcopal church, the applicant to the REC may need to be regularized. She has been educated and trained to fulfill the duties of her vocation. Reformed Episcopal Seminary. The Rt. The Reformed Episcopal Church; The Seabury Society; History of the Deaconess Order. "[43], According to the church's early founders, bishops were "presiding presbyters, not diocesan Prelates". For Website problems or questions, please email, We have just released this new version of the Reformed Episcopal Website. The new classroom space is being used for the language lab and some of the Old Testament Theology classes, the Bishop Nicholson classroom. "[12] Cummins' feelings grew stronger after reading an essay titled "Are There Romanising Germs in the Prayer Book?" All Saints Church is a community of faith at the campus of New Covenant Schools. The ACNA unites Anglicans in more than 1000 congregations across the United States, Canada, and Mexico. In 2016, Cummins President Dr. Julius Barnes appointed to the faculty the noted theologian John G. Moncks Corner, SC 29461 Hymns Recommended for Use in the Reformed Episcopal Church … or the party that forces the separation, by making binding on the conscience what Christ has not made binding?" Sunday services are held at 9 a.m. in the Marie Macdonald Chapel on the campus of New Covenant Schools. The term regeneration has been used differently throughout the church's history, and the objection of the Reformed Episcopal Church's founders was based on the definition of the "new birth" then current amongst Evangelicals. We warmly welcome you to join us in worship and fellowship at our Somerville Church. It was founded in 1873 in New York City by George David Cummins, formerly a bishop of the Protestant Episcopal Church. "[9] These failed earlier attempts and Tozer's criticism of the ecumenical communion service Cummins thought an opportunity for decisive action. Representatives of the Anglican Church in North America during these meetings included: ACNA Archbishop Foley Beach; the Rev. Welcome to The Reformed Anglican Church! His view of slavery was that there was nothing inherently sinful about slave-holding and that the practice, in and of itself, was never condemned in Scripture as being an abomination to God or harmful to mankind. Welcome to the website for the Diocese of the Northeast & Mid-Atlantic. Despite his earlier comments on slavery and emancipation, Bishop Cummins gladly welcomed black congregations and clergy into the REC. Assistant Bishop David Cummins of Kentucky and Charles Edward Cheney, rector of Christ Church, Chicago, were both opposed to the hight church party and especially to the doctrine of baptismal regeneration . Spanish Reformed Episcopal Church. In his view, the Protestant Episcopal Church had changed its principles and thereby lost any claim to valid episcopacy when it adopted the 1789 Book of Common Prayer containing a "Scoto-Romish Communion service and a thoroughly Sacerdotal Institution Office", and when it created a House of Bishops with power to overrule the existing House of presbyters and laymen: "If there is such a thing as the Historic Episcopate, and it is of any value, the parties making this offer in the present case cannot deliver the goods. Alan Guelzo, "For the Union of Evangelical Christendom", pp. We set apart a Bishop to his work by a joint laying on of hands of a Bishop and the presbyters. Of course, Cummins had not imagined that either he or the REC would become pioneers of racial justice, and in the 1870s he faced as much reluctance from Northern whites in his own General Council as from South Carolina whites in their diocesan convention. [6] Tozer's criticism appeared in a letter published by the New York Tribune on October 6, 1873. While these practices had existed from the founding of the Church of England, the Tractarian or Oxford Movement had been growing in influence, much to Cummins' dismay. Under the current canons of the Reformed Episcopal Church, a non-REC minister entering into the REC ministry as a deacon or presbyter is to receive Holy Orders if he has not already been ordained by a bishop recognized by REC as in the historic succession. The REC Book replaced the word "priest" with "minister" throughout, dropped saints' days from the calendar, and struck from the Apostles' Creed the words "He descended into hell". Dr. Benjamin E. Bernier. Cummins may have seen slavery as something that ought to train and discipline those in bondage as preparation for starting their own country/continent. What We Believe; History; Memorial Garden; Location; Contact Us; Links; Day Care Welcome to Saint Luke's. The Reformed Episcopal Church was founded on the Thirty-Nine Articles as they express a summary of the necessary doctrines that brought about reformation in the Church of England. In these uncertain times - amidst changing values, moral decline, spiritual questioning and the advance of secular humanism - it's good to know that there is a Christian Church that still offers a timely message to the uncertainty of our time. We invite you to experience the beauty of our worship and join the warmth of our family. By doing so, Cummins had scored an important moral point by rising above the "color line" and making the REC's declarations about openness and liberty more than theological vocabulary. The Reformed Episcopal Church was originally divided into four synods. Assistant. Some in the Protestant Episcopal Church saw Cummins' decision as schismatic. The Reformed Episcopal Church takes seriously her call and responsibility to train succeeding generations for ministry within the Church. Learn More. The Reformed Episcopal Church, holding "the faith once delivered unto the saints", declares its belief in the Holy Scriptures of the Old and New Testaments as the Word of God, as the sole rule of Faith and Practice; in the Creed "commonly called the Apostles' Creed;" in the Divine institution of the Sacraments of Baptism and the Lord's Supper; and in the doctrines of grace substantially as they are set forth in the Thirty-Nine Articles of Religion. Anglican Belief and Practice: A Joint Affirmation of the Reformed Episcopal Church and the Anglican Province of America October 4, 2001 I would be unhappy with the following: "It is through baptism by water in the Name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Ghost that an individual dies to sin and rises to new life in Christ. Parish Life; Resources. Reformed Episcopal Church Resolution on Christian Sexual Ethics RESOLVED, that we, the 46th General Council of the Reformed Episcopal Church, reaffirm the biblical standard given for the well-being of society: That sexual intercourse should take place only between a man and a woman who are married to each other. The Rev. In Germany, one of three expressions of the Anglican Church in Germany called ". The Reformed Episcopal Church holds that the Supper of the Lord is a memorial of our Redemption by Christ’s death, and that through faith we derive grace from Him in this Supper, as we do in all other Divinely appointed means.” The Baptismal Office was one of the stumbling-blocks in the way of those in the old Church who afterward (many of them) became Reformed Episcopalians. A Diocese of the Reformed Episcopal Church. Rev. You can email. True churches of Christ existed outside episcopal church structures, they held, contrary to Tractarian and High Church teaching. The Reformed Episcopal Church. [38], They emphasized the Protestant, Reformed, Evangelical and Reformational aspects in the history of the Church of England, making frequent allusions to Archbishop Cranmer, Bishop Ridley, Bishop Hugh Latimer, Bishop John Hooper, Archbishop Matthew Parker, Bishop John Jewel, Archbishop Edmund Grindal and other Reformers in the Church of England. Upcoming Events. RE Committee on Womens Ministry. One form of this discriminatory injustice was to segregate churches, chapels, and congregations. and join the Reformed Episcopal Church. This Church recognizes and adheres to Episcopacy, not as of Divine right, but as a very ancient and desirable form of Church polity. In 2001, the Office of Ecumenical and Interreligious Relations again initiated contact with the Reformed Episcopal Church with the goal of re-establishing the dialogue. The REC in North America has been in full communion with the Free Church of England since 1927, when Reformed Episcopal congregations and clergy in England merged with the FCE. Learn More, The 56th General Council, scheduled to be held in Charleston, SC in June 2020, has been postponed to June 2021 in Dallas, TX. The real question is, which party is guilty of the schism, the party which separates and goes out? The Reformed Episcopal Church was founded in 1873 by Bishop George Cummins and other clergy and laity from the Protestant Episcopal Church in the United States.. While some dioceses of the Episcopal Church were more open to the inclusion of black congregations, there were many dioceses who, as a collective whole, disowned and rejected blacks from the Episcopal communion. The Publication Society of the Reformed Episcopal sells and distributes resources through Episcopal Recorder. In the 19th century, as the Oxford Movement urged that the Protestant Episcopal Church and the Church of England return to Anglicanism's roots in pre-Reformation Catholic Christianity, George David Cummins, the Assistant Bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of Kentucky, became concerned about the preservation of Protestant, Evangelical, Reformed, and Confessional principles within the church. If others look upon me as retaining the succession, that does not commit us to their understanding. Almost overnight, these became things that tens of thousands of freed slaves now had to provide for by themselves. Covenant Chapel REC, 127 West Oak St, Basking Ridge, NJ, 908-766-6174. Visit the ACNA Website. Learn More, Presiding Bishop Ray Sutton (REC) offers suggestions and invitation for Holy Week & Easter Observances in the midst of the Coronavirus situation. 08 Aug 2015. Reformed Episcopal Seminary-A A + A. Learn more ... Visit our Affiliation and Church Growth Office page to learn how you,too, can join the Reformed Episcopal Church. Sermons. Moncks Corner, SC 29461 A Deaconess Studies program was added to the 2009–2010 academic catalog. In 2009, the Reformed Episcopal Church reported 13,600 members. COVID-19 Update: Our public services for worship and Bible study have been suspended by order of the Provincial Health Officer. [25], In 2009, the REC became a founding member of the Anglican Church in North America (ACNA),[26] a denomination seeking to create a new Anglican Communion province distinct from the Episcopal Church. 13 Aug 2015. Its motto is to "enter to learn and depart to serve". Over the following several decades, the REC made the transition to more Reformed theology in the Calvinistic sense. Panagiotou.[59]. The Reformed Episcopal Church was established in 1873 by evangelical Episcopalians in response to developments in the Protestant Episcopal Church of that day. Gerald S. McLynn. Order from the Episcopal Recorder for quality products prepare parishes & individuals for service in God's kingdom. Add to basket. It will be very helpful if you let us know of any problems or errors we may have missed. The Reformed Episcopal Church, according to its own Book of Common Prayer, holds that from Apostolic times, there have been three orders of ministry: Bishops, Presbyters and deacons. In these uncertain times – amidst changing values, moral decline, spiritual questioning and the advance of secular humanism – it’s good to know that there is a Christian Church that still offers a timely message to the uncertainty of our time. Retired missionary bishop, William Tozer, who was visiting New York at the time, criticized Smith and implicitly Cummins for participating in the rite. Parishes seeking clergy or laity for various positions. In 2009, Bishop Michael Fedechko retired as ordinary of the Diocese of Central and Eastern Canada, and the diocese's parishes came under the supervision of the Diocese of the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic. Faith Reformed Episcopal Church. In 1998 the REC signed a concordat of intercommunion for the first time with an Anglo-Catholic communion, the Anglican Province of America (APA). The Reformed Episcopal Church, 126 years old in 1999, is hardly a blip on the American ecclesiastical landscape, yet no history of the denomination had been written since 1902 until this work appeared five years ago. No really ornate stuff (some are different, but this is a general rule). 21 en parlent. In 1894, the Bishop of Meath consecrated the first Bishop and the Church of Ireland accepted metropolitan authority. Foundational Courses. If regeneration is an instantaneous work of the Spirit quickening the heart prior to conversion, a gift from God given only to His elect, then the language of baptismal regeneration would suggest that all the baptized are finally saved. 28 personnes étaient ici. The seminary offers residential programs leading to the degrees Bachelor of Theology and Master of Divinity, and the Certificate in Theological Studies. [7], Bishop Cummins defended his actions in a letter published 10 days later, but after criticisms from Anglo-Catholic clergy and others for his choice not to seek preaching permission from the bishop in whose diocese he was preaching without authorization (New York), he submitted a letter of resignation to his own bishop on November 10. (New York: The Church Hymnal Co. 1993), Pg.52.>. [16] Cridge was consecrated a bishop for the REC in 1876. Thus, in their liturgy and preaching, you will notice the following: 1. Reformed Episcopal Seminary is an ACCREDITED member of the Commission on Accrediting of the Association of Theological Schools in the United States and Canada. The REC is a founding member of the Anglican Church in North America (ACNA), and its four U.S. dioceses are member dioceses of ACNA. New Israel Reformed Episcopal Church is a parish of the Diocese of the Southeast of the Reformed Episcopal Church located in Charleston, South Carolina. [39] Early leaders of the Church, in lectures and sermons, warned against Ritualism as a denominational proclivity in the Episcopal Church.[40][41]. Under the leadership of a former Roman Catholic Priest, the Spanish Reformed Church was under the pastoral care of the Bishop of Mexico starting in 1880. [8] In 1875, the Third General Council of the REC voted to append to the prayerbook 35 Articles of Religion (modelled after the original 39 Articles of the English prayerbook, but further defining the church in opposition to Ritualism). See reviews, photos, directions, phone numbers and more for Reformed Episcopal Church locations in Northeast Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA. It began offering classes in 1886 in West Philadelphia and was chartered in 1887. Inter-evangelical collegiality was an important issue for the REC, because Bishop Cummins had been censured for participation with Presbyterian and Methodist ministers in an inter-church communion service. The Reformed Episcopal Church is a founding Jurisdiction of the Anglican Church in North America (ACNA). At the 55th General Council of the Reformed Episcopal Church in June 2017 in Dallas, Texas, USA, Sutton was elected to be the Presiding Bishop, and David L. Hicks, Bishop Ordinary of the Diocese of the North East and Mid-Atlantic, was elected as Vice-President, of the Reformed Episcopal Church. Learn more ... At the 55th General Council of the Reformed Episcopal, Bishop Sutton introduced the REC vision of recapturing and revitalizing our sense of Mission and establishing 100 new REC parishes. Published on January 17, 2015 by D. G. Hart. Holy Trinity Reformed Episcopal Church (Charleston, S.C.). [17] Many of the Canadian Reformed Episcopal Churches joined the United Church at its founding. Reformed Episcopal Church. 4. 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