The European Conference of Reformed Churches (EuCRC) is a conference for churches in Europe that hold to a Reformed confession of the Christian Faith. It is a regional conference of the member churches of the International Conference of Reformed Churches (ICRC).

The 2020 conference had to be postponed due to restrictions  However, we are planning a conference for 2024 and details will be announced in due course.

The European Conference of Reformed Churches has met seven times:

  1. Soest, the Netherlands (6-9 March 2007)
  2. Soest, the Netherlands (4-7 November 2008)
  3. Edinburgh, Scotland (16-19 March 2010)
  4. Kiev, the Ukraine (24-27 April 2012)
  5. Cardiff, Wales (2-5 September 2014)
  6. De Glind, the Netherlands (24-27 May 2016)
  7. Stone, Staffordshire, England (15-18 May 2018)

In addition to official delegations from the member denominations (currently eight in number), other Reformed churches within Europe can request an invitation from one of the member churches.

The EuCRC's purposes are the same as the ICRC’s:

  1. to express and promote the unity of faith that the member churches have in Christ;
  2. to encourage the fullest ecclesiastical fellowship among the member churches;
  3. to encourage cooperation among the member churches in the fulfillment of the missionary and other mandates;
  4. to study the common problems and issues that confront the member churches and to aim for recommendations with respect to these matters;
  5. to present a Reformed testimony to the world.

The regulations of the EuCRC may be found here.

Please get in contact (contact@eucrc.org) if you have any questions.