RMS Ten Years Later – From small beginnings to far and wide

Reformed Mission Services officially began on March 28, 2009, as an organization to provide youth in United Reformed Churches with opportunities for mission work. In ten years, it has grown far beyond organizers’ expectations to encompass both domestic and international service for young people and adults from various Reformed churches. Projects include TASC (Teens Actively … Continue reading RMS Ten Years Later – From small beginnings to far and wide

On TASC: RMS reports on work done and projects to come

It was a busy year for Reformed Mission Services (RMS). Volunteers participated in activities ranging from the biggest ever TASC group, to a first VBS event, to new TASC sites, and a house construction trip. The summer began on June 21-28, 2014, with the largest TASC in the history of RMS, when Trinity URC in … Continue reading On TASC: RMS reports on work done and projects to come

Rob Brinks appointed as RMS Director

Since the inception of Reformed Mission Services (RMS) two years ago, Rob Brinks has served as its interim director. But that is no longer the case. At its February 9, 2013, meeting, the RMS Board of Directors officially appointed as him as Director. “I am humbled and thankful for the goodness that God has shown … Continue reading Rob Brinks appointed as RMS Director

Reformed Mission Services hires Interim Director

The following article by Glenda Mathes appeared on page 20 of the August 24, 2011, issue of Christian Renewal. On July 1, 2011, Reformed Mission Services (RMS) hired Rob Brinks (Cornerstone URC; Hudsonville, MI) to a two-year position as its Interim Director. Rob currently works part-time for RMS while continuing regular full-time employment. RMS is a … Continue reading Reformed Mission Services hires Interim Director