Statement of Faith
The final authority for the faith and life of a historic Reformed Presbyterian church is the Bible. The Bible is a large book, however, and even Bible believing evangelical Christians understand and interpret its message differently. Therefore, it is not sufficient to say "I believe the Bible is the Word of God." There needs to be summary statements of the Bible's teachings. Some summaries of the teaching of the Bible are set forth as creeds, confessions, and statements of faith. They are always subordinate to the Bible itself; they seek to set forth the teachings of the Bible. While many churches may have simple, short, statements of faith, the statement of faith of most historic Reformed and Presbyterian churches is The Westminster Confession of Faith. To read the unrevised WCF to which we hold, click here.