What is Westminster Presbyterian Church all about? Westminster Presbyterian Church exists to glorify God and to enjoy Him in and with the communion of His saints. As such, we are catholic, meaning we happily adhere to and confess the ancient creeds of the church (such as the Apostles' Creed and the Nicene Creed) concerning the Triune God and the person of Jesus Christ.
We are also Reformed, meaning we heartily embrace the achievements of the Protestant Reformation in recovering the gospel in its purity. In particular, we stand in the stream of the Reformation that became known as the Reformed tradition under the tutelage of Ulrich Zwingli, John Calvin and many others. We affirm the Reformation's teaching that Scripture alone is the church's final authority for faith and life. We believe, on the authority of Scripture, that we are saved by grace alone, through faith alone, by Christ alone, all for the glory of God!
At Westminster, being Reformed entails embracing a unique and robust world and life view which ranges from the church and her government, to worship and the sacraments, from the Christian life to civil government, and much more. The best introduction to this comprehensive vision of the Reformed faith would be to simply read our doctrinal statements of faith: the Westminster Confession of Faith and the Larger and Shorter Catechisms.
Finally, we are evangelical, in that we seek to proclaim the glorious gospel of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ to our neighbors and to vigorously support its proclamation throughout the whole world. It is by the gospel of grace that we seek to live, and it is the gospel's implications we seek to apply to all of life.
We invite you to join us!