What We Believe
As a Gospel-Centered Church, Rivercrest Presbyterian is rooted in the tradition of the Protestant Reformation, which is fully expressed in the Westminster Confession of Faith and Catechisms. This confession affirms the sovereignty of God over all things, including the work of salvation. It is God himself that mobilizes his people to faithfully engage in works of evangelism, mercy, and justice, and compels them to long for the fullness of God's making all things new.
The Reformed tradition is just one piece in the mosaic of God’s historic, global Church. Rivercrest Presbyterian is wholeheartedly devoted to participating in that work by confessing the orthodox ecumenical creeds (such as the Apostles and Nicene Creeds, submitting itself joyfully to the Word of God, and claiming total allegiance to the Lord Jesus Christ. We exist as one piece within the greater whole of the church that Jesus Christ is building, preserving, and motivating toward His mission in this world.
In short, we believe in the Bible, in the grace of God, and in telling people about Jesus.
A Congregation of the Presbyterian Church in America (PCA)