Reformed Beliefs

The Reformed Presbyterian Church is founded upon the conviction that the Bible is the word of God. We believe that it is infallibly inspired and given as the guide to our beliefs and daily lives.

  • We believe that the Lord Jesus Christ is the foundation stone of the church, the divine son of God and our only salvation from sin.
  • We believe that God is sovereign, in personal salvation and over every realm of life.
  • We believe that Jesus is the answer to all the human problems of the world, chief of which is man’s sinful breaking of God’s law. Coming to true faith in Jesus makes men whole, and gives us true purpose in life.
  • We believe that Jesus Christ is coming again to receive His believing children and to judge the world.

 

What is a Reformed Presbyterian Church?

  • It has its roots in the Protestant Reformation of the 16th century.
  • It believes that the Bible is the Word of God and that He speaks to us through it.
  • It gives due honor to the majesty and greatness of God.
  • It recognizes the depths of human sinfulness from which people need release.
  • It seeks out the lost here and around the world to bring them the gospel of salvation.
  • It teaches that salvation comes through faith in Jesus Christ alone.
  • It attempts to see all of life submitted to God’s will and ways.
  • It expects to see the positive advancement of God’s kingdom in this world.
  • It expectantly waits for the triumphant return of Christ when He will bring an end to this world, bring final and everlasting judgment on the reprobate and as well as final and everlasting glory and honor to his people, ushering them into their new heavenly estate of peace and joy with Him.

Our full doctrinal statement is found in the Westminster Confession of Faith, the Larger and Shorter Catechisms, and the Reformed Presbyterian Testimony.