The word "Reformed" in our denomination's name refers to our adherence to the biblical principles confessed in the historic creeds of the Christian Church, in particular, the Westminster Confession of Faith.
The word "Presbyterian" refers to our form of church government which is representative. Each congregation is under the oversight of those elected as elders, who are also part of the higher courts known as presbyteries and Synod. Congregations within a geographical region are connected together as a "presbytery" (a meeting of "presbyters" or elders). Presbyteries are connected together as a Synod.
Who We Are
It is the mission of the Church to preserve, maintain and proclaim to the whole world the Gospel of Jesus Christ and the whole counsel of God; to gather into her fellowship those of every race and people who accept Jesus Christ as Savior and Lord, and promise obedience to Him; to build them up in their most holy faith, and train them to be witnesses for Christ in all His offices to maintain the ordinances of divine worship in their purity; witness against all evil; and in every way to seek the advancement of the Kingdom of God on earth.
—from the Reformed Presbyterian Testimony, 25:2
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