RCC Family Camp 2022 is currently scheduled for June 12th-18th. Registration will open on January 1st 2022.

The camp’s location is at Twin Rocks Friends Camp in Rockaway Beach, OR. You can find out more details about the facility and available activities at https://www.twinrocks.org/

The Host Church

Reformation Covenant Church (RCC) has been worshiping and learning and doing life together since 1983. We are a loving, caring, and giving group, serving the Lord by serving others. We worship God each Lord’s Day with songs, hymns, Bible teaching, and prayer for one another and for our nation and the world. Week by week we seek God’s grace, so we may continue to grow into spiritually mature men and women by the power of the Holy Spirit.

RCC is committed to Biblical and historic Christian faith “that was once for all delivered to the saints”, which we believe is most faithfully expressed in the tradition that emerged out of the Protestant Reformation, sometimes called the Reformed faith. Reformed faith is a strong commitment to the Word of God in its fullness, gaining understanding of our Creator’s will for us by letting the Word of God speak for itself, letting the Bible interpret the Bible.

RCC is a member of the Communion of Reformed Evangelical Churches (www.crechurches.org).

Guest Speakers

Pastor Uri Brito

Pastor Brito serves as the Senior Pastor of Providence Church. He has been at Providence since 2009.

Born in Northeastern Brazil, he has lived in the United States for over 25 years. He earned a B.A. in Pastoral Studies from Clearwater Christian College and an M.Div. from Reformed Theological Seminary/Orlando and successfully defended his dissertation on Pastor Theology for the Doctorate of Ministry.

​Dr. Uri Brito is the editor of The Church-Friendly Family, author of The Trinitarian Father, co-author of a commentary on Ruth, and currently concluding a commentary on Jonah with Pastor Rich Lusk to be published in late 2021.

​He serves as a board member of the Theopolis Institute and is the Senior Fellow for Pastoral Theology for the Center of Cultural Leadership.

​He blogs at uribrito.com and kuyperian.com.

Uri has been married for eighteen years to his lovely wife, Melinda, and is the proud father of Abigail, Ezekiel, Ephraim, Elijah, and Ezra.