|Heritage Reformed Congregations|
|Associations||North American Presbyterian and Reformed Council and International Conference of Reformed Churches|
|Region||United States and Canada|
|Separated from||Netherlands Reformed Congregations|
|Other name(s)||Heritage Netherlands Reformed Congregations|
The Heritage Reformed Congregations (HRC) are continental Calvinist denomination established in 1993, in the United States and Canada, by dissidents from the Dutch Reformed Congregations under the leadership of Pastor Joel Beeke. 
The Heritage Reformed Congregations were formed in 1993 by dissidents from the Netherlands Reformed Congregations, under the leadership of Joel Beeke. Originally, the denomination called "Heritage Netherlands Reformed Congregations". However, in 2005, the current name was adopted.
Starting in the 2010s, the denomination began a dialogue with the FRCNA about a possible denominational merger. In 2017, the two denominations held simultaneous synods, in the same place, to discuss the approximation.
The HRC adopts the Three Forms of Unity (Heidelberg Catechism, Belgic Confession, and Canons of Dort) as its official doctrine. The denomination advocates Biblical inerrancy and opposes the ordination of women.
The Heritage Reformed Congregations consist of the following congregations:
|List of Heritage Reformed Congregations|
|Congregation||Members 2010||Members 2012||Members 2014||Pastor|
|Bradford, Ontario||28||29||31||Donald Overbeek|
|Burgessville, Ontario||486||491||491||David Lipsy and Pieter van der Hoek|
|Fort Macleod, Alberta||49||11|
|Grand Rapids, Michigan||738||774||726||Joel Beeke and Maarten Kuivenhoven|
|Harrison, Arkansas||38||49||43||Foppe Van der Zwaag|
|Hull, Iowa||145||132||120||Bartel Elshout|
|Jordan Station, Ontario||286||290||299||Jan Neels|
|Kinnelon, New Jersey||178||176||176||Johnny Serafini|
|Plymouth, Wisconsin||11||12||14||Michael Fintelman|
|Bradenton, Florida a new church plant 2015||0||0||0||MA Kelderman|