L'Église réformée du Québec
Hugenot settlers come to New France in a very early date,and some governor was Reformed. In France the Edict of Nantes outlawed the Protestants. Hugenot refugees come to Québec. In the early 1800s churches were formed during Napoleons Reform. 25 congregations and schools were part of the Presbyterian Church in Canada. But the mission interest turned west, the congregations declined in Québec. There were onli3 congregations in 1975.
Although the member churches had already been present in Quebec for a number of years, the denomination came into existence officially on 6 November 1988. Some congregations were independent and some linked to denominations such as the Presbyterian Church in Canada, the Presbyterian Church in America, and the Christian Reformed Church. There were 9 founding congregations, scattered in different parts of Québec.
Although officially independent from this denomination, Farel Reformed Theological Seminary has strong personal ties to the Reformed Church of Quebec.
Churches, membership, affiliations 
The church has 5 small congregations in the Province of Quebec, Canada. The denomination wants to be a continuation of the French Hugenot tradition. Member church of NAPARC and the World Reformed Fellowship.
The Reformed Church of Quebec is a conservative Reformed church, adheres to the Three Forms of Unity, the Heidelberg Catechism, La Rochelle Confession of Faith and the Westminster Standards. RCQ accepts the ecumenical creeds as well:
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