List of Reformed denominations in North America

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The principal Reformed Churches in North America are:

Presbyterian denominations in North America[edit]

Smaller Presbyterian denominations
Historical chart of Presbyterian denominations in the United States
Chart of splits and mergers of North American Presbyterian churches[1]
Presbytery of Philadelphia (1706)
Synod of Phila. (1717)
Conjunct Presbyteries[2] (1741)
Reformed Presbytery (1752)[3]
Associate Presbytery in America (1753)
Synod of N.Y. & Phila.
(1758)
ASNA (1782) Associate Reformed Synod (1782)
PC-USA (1789)
RPCNA (1798)[4]
CPC (1810)
ARPC (1822)
RPCNA (Old Light) (1833) RPCNA (New Light) (1833)
New School (1837)
UPCNA (1858) United Synod (1858)
PCUS (1861)
PCUS (1864)
PC-USA (1869) CPCA (1869)
PC-USA (1906)
OPC (1936)
BPC (1937)
UPCUSA (1958)
EPC (1961)
RPCES (1965)
PCA (1973)
APC (1979)
EPC (1981)
PCA (1982)
PC(USA) (1983)
ECO (2012)

Congregational denominations in North America[edit]

Episcopal/Anglican Reformed denominations in North America[edit]

Dutch Reformed denominations in North America[edit]

German and French Reformed denominations in North America[edit]

Eastern European Reformed denominations in North America[edit]

Korean Presbyterian denominations[edit]

Scottish Presbyterian denominations[edit]

Reformed Baptist[edit]

Reformed Charismatic[edit]

Uniting and United denominations in North America[edit]

Other[edit]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Much of this is based on Presbyterian Family Connections. Deviations are footnoted.
  2. ^ The "New Side," (the Synod of Philadelphia was known as the "Old Side." Became the Synod of New York in 1746 when the Presbytery of New York left the Synod of Philadelphia to join the New Side.
  3. ^ Reformed Online
  4. ^ Reformed Online

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