I’m pleased to announce a new website called “Reformation Philippines” at this address:

This is an offshoot of our desire to set up a new website for the coming 2010 Conference on Theology. Why use a website only for one conference? Why not use it as well for our continuing efforts to promote the Reformed evangelical faith throughout the Philippines?

We are a group of evangelical Christians committed “to contend for the faith that was once for all delivered to the saints” (Jude 3) by the early church and recovered for us by the 16th century Protestant Reformers. We pray that this Website will help in stirring a Reformation in the Philippines and throughout Asia.

Together with Reformed believers at, “we believe that each generation must rediscover and apply the gospel to their own time. We long to see a second reformation take hold of our churches and return them to the God-honoring, Christ-centered, Spirit-wrought places of worship they should be… So, we’re putting our time and resources to work toward one, helping Christians know what they believe and why they believe it.”

We also confess the “Cambridge Declaration” as formulated by the Alliance of Confessing Evangelicals in 1996 in its affirmation of the “Five Solas” espoused by our 16th century Protestant Reformation forefathers.


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2 thoughts on “Reformation Philippines”

  1. I have just checked out the Reformation Phils. website and I must say that it looks great. However, I wish that the “Churches” tab already had some information regarding Reformed churches that can be found in our country. I’m hoping to see the congregations belonging to the United Covenant Reformed Churches of the Phils. (UCRCP) listed there along with their addresses and contact info.
    BTW, I’ve been wondering why UCRCP still doesn’t have its own website yet. I’ve seen its Flickr page but it would be great if they had their own website.

    1. Hi Joel,
      That would be great if we could have our website. However, most of us in the UCRCP know nothing about website-making. Those few who know may not have the time to do it. We are trying to ask for help from RCUS folks through Rev. Gil Baloy.
      We’re hoping to have one soon, Lord willing. I thank the Lord that Pastor Nollie finds the time to do something like this. At least people interested in Reformed theology in the Philippines might be able to connect with us through his website. Our local congregation here in Davao City has one, but it’s not up to date. I want to update it but don’t know how. Check this out:

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