What We Believe

Our congregation is part of the Evangelical Presbyterian Church - a denomination of young, vibrant family of churches. The EPC is seeking to plant churches and challenging our stronger churches to start new daughter churches. Our National and World Outreach ministries seek new ways to spread a great and life changing message, that Jesus Christ is the way, the truth and the life.

Who is the EPC?

A New Creation: A brief history of the EPC
Who We Are: Distinctives of the EPC
Frequently Asked Questions: 21 questions and answers about the EPC

What does the EPC Believe?

Essentials of Our Faith
Westminster Confession of Faith
Westminster Larger Catechism
Westminster Shorter Catechism

Position Papers: A Position Paper identifies the positions of the EPC to the world. It requires the approval of two General Assemblies, including a minimum of one year circulation among the presbyteries.

Divorce and Remarriage
The Holy Spirit
Ordination of Women
Problems of Suffering, Death and Dying
The Sanctity of Marriage
Value of and Respect for Human Life

Pastoral Letters: A pastoral letter is intended to shine the light of God's word broadly on a general area of concern to the Church and requires the approval of only one General Assembly, it is not as definitive as a Position Paper. The primary purpose of a pastoral letter is to guide churches within the EPC rather than to identify our positions to the world.

Children and the Lord's Supper
Civil Disobedience
Open Theism
Organ Donation and Transplantation
Criteria For Evaluating Membership In Secret Fraternal Organizations
What It Means to "Receive and Adopt" the Westminster Standards