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Protestant Reformed Christian Church in Croatia

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Protestant Reformed Christian Church in Croatia

The Protestant Reformed Christian Church in Croatia was founded on 24 May 2001 when several parishes separated from the Reformed Christian Church in Croatia. The oldest parish was founded in Tordinci 1551. There are parishes and missions in Zagreb, Osijek, Tenja, Sibenik and Mitrovica, Altogether there are three parishes and one mission in Croatia and there are two mission churches in Serbia in Belgrade and Sremska Mitrovica the Serbian churches are the Protestant Reformed Christian Church in Serbia.[1][2]

The church affirms the Apostles Creed, Nicene Creed, Heidelberg Catechism and the 39 articles and uses the Book of Common Prayer.[3] The church become under the jurisdiction of the Reformed Episcopal Church in 2011.[4][5]

The Protestant Reformed Christian Church in Croatia is a member of the World Reformed Fellowship.[6][7] Contacts with the Reformed Churches in the Netherlands (Liberated) was also established.[8]

See also

  • Official website[1]
  • Reformed Church in Zagreb


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