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NBTS–RCA Month – Transformed & Transforming

March 17 @ 5:30 pm - 6:30 pm


NBTS–RCA Month – March 2021

New Brunswick Theological Seminary is the Reformed Church in America’s first and oldest seminary, founded in 1784. Through the years, we have been an important part of each other’s legacies. Today, we continue to partner together to equip lay leaders and pastors for ministry.

Join us in the month of March for series of online events to learn more about the Reformed Church in America and how we are working together. We will be kicking off with a conversation between Eddy Aleman, RCA General Secretary; Micah L. McCreary, NBTS President, Jill Ver Steeg, RCA Chief Operating Officer; and Amanda Bruehl, NBTS Chief of Staff. The following three Wednesdays at 5:30 pm, RCA staff will be sharing about how they can support you in ministry.  On Saturday, March 13, NBTS’ Reformed Church Center and RCA’s Women’s Transformation and Leadership will co-host Women’s Stories Day, featuring Rev. Anna Jackson.

All these events are free, but registration is required – see the registration link with each event below:

Tonight – March 17 • 5:30pm (EST) – Transformed & Transforming

The RCA’s Transformed & Transforming team walks alongside churches, helping them take their next step toward fulfilling God’s vision for ministry. Our strategic priorities are to cultivate transformation in Christ and equip emerging leaders of today and tomorrow, focusing on discipleship, leadership, local mission, and next generation engagement.

Learn how the RCA supports leaders in seminary and beyond, as they lead in their congregations and communities.



Upcoming events

March 24 • 5:30pm (EST) – Church Multiplication
The RCA’s Church Multiplication Team works with local groups of churches (classes), regional synod teams, and international partners to equip them to start new churches.

Come learn about revitalization through multiplying ministry, including a new effort called “Fresh Expressions” – a new effort to help existing churches open themselves to help foster, support, and expand ministries that can take on various forms in the communities and neighborhoods in which they are located.

Register here:



More information about these events can be found here:


March 17
5:30 pm - 6:30 pm