Reformation Fellowship

September 27th, 2008 About

A Brief History

Reformation Fellowship has no paid staff. Until June 2016, the three regular teachers at Reformation Fellowship were faculty of Gutenberg College.

Both Reformation Fellowship and Gutenberg College have their roots in the same source: the ministry of McKenzie Study Center (MSC). In the early 1980s, a group of people started meeting for an informal Bible study that was loosely connected to MSC. That loose connection was attributable to two things: 1) the teachers of the Bible study were MSC teachers; and 2) the members of the Bible study were interested in and supportive of MSC. Through a series of adventures and misadventures, this growing group decided to start the church we now know as Reformation Fellowship, and an informal connection to MSC continued.

In 1994, MSC launched into the uncharted waters of starting a Christian great-books college called Gutenberg College. Eventually Gutenberg became the parent organization, with McKenzie Study Center (and Art Project) as institutes under the college. So, then, RF’s informal relationship with McKenzie Study Center changed into an informal relationship with Gutenberg College.

The teachers at RF have never been paid by RF. If you support what these teachers provide, see Support to see how you can donate to their ministries.

For more information about Gutenberg College and McKenzie Study Center, visit the Gutenberg website.

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