What is “Reformed Presbyterian”?
The “Reformed” in our name refers to our adherence to the biblical principles set down by the Protestant Reformation of the 16th century. Our spiritual forefathers include Martin Luther, John Calvin, and John Knox.
“Presbyterian” refers to our form of church government. Each congregation is under the oversight of a plurality of elders, who are also part of broader courts known as presbyteries and Synod.
Reformed Presbyterians trace their roots to Scotland and have also been referred to historically as Covenanters because of their identification with the covenanting church of Scotland.
Our full doctrinal statement is found in the Westminster Confession of Faith, the Larger and Shorter Catechisms, and the Reformed Presbyterian Testimony.