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The Translations Team is appointed by the Executive Director of the Christian Reformed Church in North America (CRCNA) to expedite and monitor the translation of CRCNA documents and other resources into languages other than English in a way that meets the needs of growing non-English-speaking communities in the CRCNA.

Building on work done by the Ministries Leadership Council proposal of 2008, by the Korean Relations Team input in 2014, by the “languages page” action of Ministry Support Services/Communications, and by informal actions of others, the Translations Team will:

  • help to identify resources currently available in translation, as well as resources to be made available, and to communicate this availability to the various language groups.
  • serve as a catalyst and advisory group to CRC agencies and ministries in initiating or  implementing translation of documents produced by the agencies and ministries.
  • help to secure funds for translation and prioritize current requests and recommendations for materials to be translated.
  • work with Ministry Support Services to provide translation, editing and critical review services.

If you have questions or suggestions for our Translations Team, please send them to [email protected].

Korean Community Website / 한국교회 웹사이트

CRC Church Order / 북미주 개혁교회 헌법

Covenant for Officebearers / 직분자 서약

Our Mission/Our Vision brochure / 북미주 개혁교회 사명과 비전

Affiliation Process brochure / 북미주 개혁교회 교단가입 안내

What It Means to Be Reformed (paperback) / 개혁주의란 무엇인가? 

Introduction of the Reformed confesstions / 개혁교회 신앙고백 해설

CRC Confessions

Belgic Confession / 벨직신앙고백

Canons of Dort / 돌트신경

Heidelberg Catechism / 하이델베르그 요리문답

Other Resources

Contemporary Testimony: Our World Belongs to God / 현대어 신앙고백: 세상은 하나님의 것이다

Belhar Confession / 벨하 신앙고백

A Study of the Belhar Confession / 벨하 신앙고백 탐구 소그룹공부

Devotions for the Belhar / 벨하 신앙고백 묵상집

God’s Diverse and Unified Family / 다민족 정책 보고서

Our Journey 2020 brochure / 우리의 여정 2020

Homosexuality and the Church

Inclusion Handbook: A Resource for Disability Advocates / 장애인사역 핸드북

Breaking Barriers / 장애인 사역부 뉴스레터

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