"You shall not add to the word which I command you, nor take from it, that you may keep the commandments of the Lord your God which I command you." Deuteronomy 4:2
The Reformed tradition has abiding value in our time primarily because it is deeply committed to the Bible as the Word of God and reflects in its worship, theology, and devotion the true nature of the Christian faith as revealed in Scripture. In an age in which there is a great deal of unbiblical nonsense in the church at large, the Reformed church stands out as a beacon of that which is both beautiful and powerful in the revelation and religion that has come from God through Jesus Christ the Son.
Our beliefs as a Reformed Church are set forth in a document known as the Westminster Confession of Faith which was framed by the English Puritans in 1646. To this day, we know of no other human work in this world which so faithfully expresses the teachings of the Bible as they have been given to us by God.
To view a copy of the Westminster Confession of Faith, click HERE.