Since August 2019, we have been receiving pastoral support and scriptural guidance from various pulpit supply ministers. We are grateful to have Pastor Jason Dueck and his family (Maryanna, Tavis, Evelyn, Kyla, and Gabrielle) guide and support our congregation on a part-time basis in the interim.
A Pastoral Search Committee was formed and with God's help we are searching for our next Shepherd for His flock at Monarch Reformed Church; see description below.
We are a congregation of the Reformed Churches of America based in Monarch, Alberta. We are seeking a full-time minister to shepherd our church with solid, inspiring, Christ-centered Biblical preaching.
We would like you to be self-motivated and compassionate with a passion for nurturing spiritual growth and pastoral care for our members. We are a diverse group and would need you to relate well with all ages.
We desire to grow spiritually and with God’s help and yours, numerically so that we can do the work of God’s kingdom in our community and around the world. Your ability to be a visionary and encourage vision in others will be instrumental in meeting this goal.
We are a little, country church with more heart than numbers, living Christ's love in our community, empowered by the Holy Spirit.
The Monarch Reformed Church was established in 1909 and is congregation of the Reformed Church in America (RCA), part of the Regional Synod of Canada (RSC), and a member of the Classis of the Canadian Prairies.
We believe in the historic Christian faith as confessed by believers through the ages. The Reformed church accepts the three universal creeds which arose in the early church: the Apostles Creed, the Athanasian Creed, and the Nicene Creed. In addition to these creeds there are four confessional statements which set forth the faith of the Reformed Church: the Heidelberg Catechism, the Belgic Confession, the Canons of Dort and the Confession of Belhar. In 1978 the Reformed Church approved Our Song of Hope as a contemporary statement of faith in its ministry of witness, teaching, and worship.