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RP Global Missions

The purpose of this Board, as an organ of that branch of the Visible Church of Jesus Christ known as the Synod of the Reformed Presbyterian Church of North America, is to carry on the work of missions in a fashion that is truly Biblical in its objectives, its motives and its methods. While the entire Bible of the Old and New Testaments is the infallible rule of faith and practice for the missionary enterprise as for all phases of the life and activity of the Church, a brief statement of the Church's missionary task is found in The Great Commission (Matthew 28:18-20). From this Commission we learn that the task of world-wide missionary activity is enjoined upon the Visible Church by the authority of the Risen and Glorified Savior, the Lord Jesus Christ.

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RP Short-Term Missions

RP Missions operates as the short-term mission agency of the RP Global Board. This agency specializes in short-term efforts for young people, adults, families, and congregations both domestically and abroad.


Cush4Christ serves RP Global Missions in southern Sudan. This mission team labors to plant churches, train men for ministry and proclaim the gospel of Jesus Christ throughout the region.

Japan Presbytery

Learn more about the way Christ is building His church in Japan. The Japan Presbytery is a testimony to God's faithfulness in taking missionary efforts and fashioning an entire Presbytery over the span of more than 50 years.