We are committed to the Scriptures and to the Westminster standards;
- to worship that practices the presence and power of God;
- to fulfilling our Lord’s commission to make disciples;
- to the meaningful involvement of every member in ministry;
- to guarding and strengthening the family;
- to meaningful God-centered worship;
- to teaching doctrine; to equipping members to know God personally;
- to celebrating our relationship with Christ and each other at the Lord’s table; and
- to reaching out to the community and the world with the gospel of salvation under the guidance and discipline of the elders.
What is the PCA (Presbyterian Church in America)?
The PCA is the largest Reformed denomination in the United States. In the PCA, each church body is a member of and accountable to a regional Presbytery, and each regional Presbytery is a member of and accountable to the leaders of the PCA at a national level. This structure of leadership and accountability creates a standard of teaching and a framework for evangelism and worship while still allowing each church to have its own “personality”. We adhere to the Westminster Confession of Faith, which you can read here. We are reformed in practice and believe in broad evangelism. For more information about what the PCA foundational beliefs are, see http://www.pcaac.org/what-we-believe/the-good-news/ .